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GAME OVER: Florida Supreme Court says it’s time to move cases and orders Districts to Comply

Thu May 13, 2021 by on News

GAME OVER: Florida Supreme Court says it’s time to move cases and orders Districts to Comply

As stay at home orders, moratoriums, and, for many, working remotely from home becomes a memory of the COVID Pandemic, the Florida Supreme Court is trying to force each judicial district to catch up on lost time. The impact will be profound on judges, lawyers, and their clients. Cases will move along faster, and more work will be required by […]

Real Estate & The “New Normal”: The Impact of COVID-19 One Year Later

Wed May 12, 2021 by on News

Description Join us for a lively, complimentary webinar, hosted by Bank United, on Thursday, May 20, 2021 from 2:00 p.m.-3:00 p.m., as Roy Oppenheim discusses “Real Estate & The New Normal”:  The Impact of COVID-19 One Year Later. Along with Roy, Oppenheim Law’s former Zoom at Noon guest, Ken Morris of the Morris Southeast Group will be a guest speaker. Bank […]

A Flip Flop … Flip? Florida Supreme Court Finally Grants Attorney Fees for Homeowners Who Beat Banks

Fri Jan 15, 2021 by on News

Originally posted on dbr DAILY BUSINESS REVIEW by Rachel Lean A longstanding dispute over whether homeowners should be able to collect attorney fees after defeating a foreclosure lawsuit with a lack of standing defense has finally been resolved at the Florida Supreme Court. It’s a ruling that opens the door for countless Florida homeowners to recover legal fees from banks and lenders who sued them and failed. […]

Special Zoom At Noon: Post Election Analysis on Legal Issues, Economy & Real Estate

Fri Oct 30, 2020 by on News

Dear Friends: I hope that you are well during these challenging times. As many of you know, from the beginning of the Coronavirus pandemic, our law firm and title company sponsored a free weekly webinar, Zoom at Noon, providing insight as to emerging legal and real estate issues due to COVID-19. For 30 consecutive weeks, until our first grandchild was […]