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Mar11, 2021

Sexual Cyberharassment

By |March 11th, 2021|

It is becoming a common practice for persons to publish sexually explicit images of another online or to disseminate through other electronic means. Under Florida statute sexual cyberharassment is the publication or dissemination of a sexually explicit photo or video, of a depicted person, without their consent.

Feb15, 2021

Changes in Student-Athlete Compensation Rules

By |February 15th, 2021|

Recently, a federal bill was introduced known as the Collegiate Athlete Compensation Rights Act. If passed, athletes under amateurism rules can increase their economic rights and be paid for appearances and endorsements, including the use of their name, likeness, and image. A few states, including Florida, have already passed legislation to allow compensation for student-athletes.

Jan05, 2021

Time-Sharing and Family Law

By |January 5th, 2021|

When going through a paternity action or a divorce involving children it is required by family courts to establish a legal parenting plan. This plan will set all the rules applying to the children’s daily lives including custody, overnight responsibilities, healthcare, education, parent visitation schedules and the calculation of child support.

Dec21, 2020

Kristen Crescenti Promoted to Partner

By |December 21st, 2020|

Kristen Crescenti has been promoted to partner. Crescenti has worked with Ronnie Bitman since graduating from law school, working as an associate attorney and managing the firm’s real estate department and facilitates residential and commercial transactions.

Sexual Cyberharassment

It is becoming a common practice for persons to publish sexually explicit images of another online or to disseminate through other electronic means. Under Florida statute sexual cyberharassment is the publication or dissemination of a sexually explicit photo or video, of a depicted person, without their consent.

By |March 11th, 2021|

Changes in Student-Athlete Compensation Rules

Recently, a federal bill was introduced known as the Collegiate Athlete Compensation Rights Act. If passed, athletes under amateurism rules can increase their economic rights and be paid for appearances and endorsements, including the use of their name, likeness, and image. A few states, including Florida, have already passed legislation to allow compensation for student-athletes.

By |February 15th, 2021|

Time-Sharing and Family Law

When going through a paternity action or a divorce involving children it is required by family courts to establish a legal parenting plan. This plan will set all the rules applying to the children’s daily lives including custody, overnight responsibilities, healthcare, education, parent visitation schedules and the calculation of child support.

By |January 5th, 2021|

Kristen Crescenti Promoted to Partner

Kristen Crescenti has been promoted to partner. Crescenti has worked with Ronnie Bitman since graduating from law school, working as an associate attorney and managing the firm’s real estate department and facilitates residential and commercial transactions.

By |December 21st, 2020|

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