Zoom – The Worst Thing to Happen to Mediation | Opinion – Article from PBCBA Bar Bulletin

From Opinion Article from PBCBA Bar Bulletin By Maxwell M. Christiansen COVID-19 has obviously changed the way people handle business. These days, we stay away from each other if we can. Why? Because it has been recommended by the CDC and virtually all our elected officials. Society expects distance. If we don’t absolutely need to…

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Paul Burkhart is now a licensed Florida Civil Law Notary

The Law Offices of Paul J. Burkhart, PL are proud to announce that Attorney Paul J. Burkhart has been appointed as a Florida Civil Law Notary.  A Civil Law Notary, also known as a Florida International Notary is appointed by the Florida Secretary of State for life. Civil Law Notaries are required to complete extensive…

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Fixing the Sample Music Industry: A Proposal for a Sample Compulsory License

The law of sampling needs a drastic overhaul to fix its present issues. Click here to read a proposal for a sample compulsory license  

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Tips for Preventing Small Business Lawsuits

by Jane Haskins, Esq. If you own a small business, you’re probably more worried about cash flow and making the next sale than a possible lawsuit. But small businesses can and do get sued, and the legal fees alone can easily approach $100,000 if your case goes all the way to trial. The impact of a…

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Firm receives 2016 Client Distinction Award

The Firm received the 2016 Client Distinction Award by Martindale-Hubbell. Less than 1% of attorney’s are given this honor

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Early Adopters

Some startups may find value in hiring in-house lawyers sooner rather than later. by Marlisse Silver Sweeney Corporate Counsel July 2016  

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