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It’s the End of the Eviction Moratorium As We Know It (And I Feel Fine)

On August 26, 2021, the Supreme Court issued an opinion granting the application of the Alabama Association of Realtors (et al.) to vacate the stay of judgment pending appeal, and...
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Force Majeure Clauses: Is Covid-19 a Natural Disaster? An Act of God? Both? Neither?

As you might recall, in an article back at the beginning of the Covid-19 pandemic (which somehow feels both like it was a couple of weeks ago and a couple...
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Last Condo Standing…

In January 2017, Siegel Hughes Ross & Collins filed suit on behalf of elderly widow, Julieta Corredor, against Westgate Resorts, Ltd., amongst others, seeking damages for the destruction of Mrs....
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The Best Way to Help Our Clients Through the Pandemic

As I write this, COVID-19 is presenting this country, and all of us, with a challenge. Can we do what is needed to save lives, reopen schools, get our economy...
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The Americans with Disabilities Act

The Americans with Disabilities Act (“ADA”) is a fine piece of legislation, with a laudable goal:  making public spaces accessible and truly usable for people with disabilities. What many people,...
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Twelve ways of proving the negative and overcoming the carpenter presumption of undue influence

Florida Bar Vol. 93, No. 1   January/February 2019   Pg 64 Larry E. Ciesla and Jack M. Ross Elder Law             Estate planning attorneys should be acutely aware of the...
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I Saw it on Facebook: The Admissibility of Social Media Evidence

The dangers of social media for parties involved in litigation are well-known to attorneys these days—although the parties themselves often don’t seem to realize that information they put on the...
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