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Understanding and Protection from Sexual Cyberharassment (Revenge Porn)

It is becoming a common practice for persons to publish a sexually explicit image of another to Internet websites or to disseminate such an image through electronic means without the depicted person’s consent, contrary to the depicted person’s reasonable expectation of privacy, for no legitimate purpose, with the intent of causing substantial emotional distress to the depicted person.

By |2020-10-28T03:15:56+00:00October 16th, 2020|Blog, Consumer Law, News|0 Comments

Bitman O’Brien & Morat Makes Top 100 Best Companies List

The annual Best Companies To Work For In Florida list is featured in the August issue of Florida Trend magazine. One hundred companies are ranked in small, medium and large employer categories.

By |2020-10-16T21:00:54+00:00August 5th, 2020|Attorneys, Blog, FEATURED FP 1, Ronnie Bitman|0 Comments

Online Notarizations: Efficient way to close real estate deals

This year, the State of Florida approved a law allowing Florida notaries to perform remote online notarizations. With the global pandemic stifling many legal processes including, closing in-bank services and real estate offices, the state’s timing may seem clairvoyant.

Appellate Court: City’s Vacation Rental Fines are Not Fine

The City of Miami Beach appears to have lost a major battle in its war on short-term rentals following a recent decision by Florida’s Third District Court of Appeals, which declares that the City’s excessive fine structure is illegal under Florida law. Short-term vacation rentals have surged in popularity in recent years, in large part due to the popularity of a growing list of online marketplaces such as Airbnb and Vrbo, which have helped to connect property owners with vacationers seeking an alternative to traditional hotels. On the other hand, this trend is not so popular among neighboring homeowners, leading some municipalities to impose restrictions on short-term vacation rentals.

By |2020-10-28T03:17:28+00:00July 24th, 2020|Appeals, Blog, Featured, FEATURED FP 3|0 Comments