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Sexual Harassment Could Be 2018’s Hottest Topic

The only reason there is so much focus on this issue is because as each day goes by, more and more women are coming forward about their own experiences with sexual harassment and making allegations against powerful and prominent men.  These women are getting plenty of press time because the men are prominent.  While these

Christopher L. Pope Named Partner

Attorney Christopher L. Pope has been named a partner at the Pavese Law Firm. Pope concentrates his practice in the areas of real estate law, condominium and homeowners’ association law and construction law. Prior to practicing law, Pope worked as an Area Construction Manager for a national home builder where he oversaw the new construction

Opportunity to Extend Permits Due to Hurricane Maria

Section 252.363(1)(a), Florida Statutes, provides that certain qualifying permits and authorizations are eligible for an extension once a State of Emergency is declared for the length of time the declaration is in effect plus an additional 6 months. A written notification for such an extension must be submitted to the authorizing agency within 90 days

Opportunity to Extend Permits Due to Hurricane Irma

Section 252.363(1)(a), Florida Statutes, provides that certain qualifying permits and authorizations are eligible for an extension once a State of Emergency is declared for the length of time the declaration is in effect plus an additional six (6) months. A written notification for such an extension must be submitted to the authorizing agency within 90

Will the Repeal of DACA Impact Your Business? Maybe.

If your business employs workers who were granted work authorizations under President Obama's Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals ("DACA"), read on.  On September 5, 2017, President Trump issued an executive order that sunsets the DACA program in six months unless Congress acts to pass a new immigration law.  Without the passage of a new immigration

ALERT: Army Corps of Engineers Withdraws from the Florida Joint Application Process

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Jacksonville District is withdrawing from the Florida Joint Application Process, effective October 1, 2017. Beginning October 1, the Corps will only accept applications submitted directly to the Corps using its forms and formats. The Joint Application Form 62-330.060(1) submittedhotstar cricket to the Florida Department of Environmental Protection, Water Management

EPA Extends WOTUS Repeal Comment Deadline

The Environmental Protection Agency announced that it is extending the deadline to submit comments on its proposal to repeal  the Waters of the U.S. (WOTUS) Rule until September 27, 2107.  The WOTUS Rule revised the regulatory definition of what kinds of areas would be protected under the Clean Water Act as wetlands.    The EPA stated