November/December Bar Journal Now Available
Here’s a sampling of what you’ll find in the November/December issue of the Bar Journal:
Indemnification and advancement work in tandem to provide benefits to corporate employers and their employees alike, but they are not the same thing. Make sure you know the difference to level the playing field from the start.
In June, to the delight of some practitioners and the horror of others, remote notarization and electronic wills in Florida became a reality with the passage of House Bill 409 into law as Laws of Florida Ch. 2019-71, titled “Notaries Public — Electronic Transactions.” The act takes effect Jan. 1, 2020, giving notaries and lawyers a short window of time to familiarize themselves with the new legislation and prepare for a new technological age of remote notarization and electronic wills.
Other highlights include:
- PARTIES BEWARE: YOUR QUALIFIED REPRESENTATIVE IN AN ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEEDING MIGHT NOT BE QUALIFIED TO REPRESENT YOU IF YOU DECIDE TO PURSUE AN APPEAL
- REAUTHORIZATION OF THE MAGNUSON-STEVENS FISHERY ACT: IN PURSUIT OF TIGHT LINES AND FULL NETS
- INCONSISTENT, INADEQUATE, UNBALANCED, AND COMPROMISED: BREAKING UP WITH FLAWED VERDICTS