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|03.04.15:||Bankruptcy, Creditors' Rights & Business Restructuring Alert|
|Erasing The Invisible Line In The Sand: The Need To Amend Section 1307(C) Of The Bankruptcy Code To Establish A Statutory Basis Of Bad Faith And Dismissal In Foreclosure Driven Chapter 13 Cases|
|Florida Supreme Court Holds That Exculpatory Clauses Are Not Required To Include The Terms “Negligence” Or “Negligent Acts” In Order To Bar A Negligence Action|
|Florida Supreme Court holds that exculpatory clauses are not required to include the terms “negligence” or “negligent acts” in order to bar a negligence action|
|Undercover of the Night – Hacking, Data Breaches And The Terrorism Exclusion|
|A Claimant May Be Deposed Before Shown Surveillance Materials|
|Photographs Posted on Facebook are Discoverable|