Which Version of Which Are You Talking About: Confusing Words Pt.3
Posted on 02-03-2016 by Chad Troyan

Have you ever read something and realized that a word was used incorrectly? Chances are we all have and the only way to correct it is to be able to distinguish differences between words. Thanks to Daily Writing Tips here are the final four commonly confused... Read More

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From Past to Present: Super Bowl I & Super Bowl L
Posted on 02-03-2016 by Chad Troyan

Sunday is the day; the day when we get to watch the “game of the year;” the day a new batch of men are inscribed into NFL history. While the Super Bowl is widely-considered a special occasion, this year is extra special as we celebrate the... Read More

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Why Representing Yourself in a Divorce or Family Law Case Could be a Disaster
Posted on 02-02-2016 by Santo Artusa

If I gave you the basic tools as to how to treat a root canal, would you do it yourself? I hope the answer is no. The same holds true when trying to represent yourself in a legal dispute, especially something so sensitive as family and divorce law. By... Read More

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Utilizing Mobility: Creating Maximum Business Value for Legal Research
Posted on 02-02-2016 by Pavan Mediratta, VP Marketing at LexisNexis

Today, everything seems mobile. The convergence of smart phones, tablets, and cloud technology over the past several years means you can now do virtually anything no matter where you are, no matter what time of day. Want to watch a movie while you wait... Read More

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How Do Exemptions Affect Workers' Compensation in Orlando?
Posted on 02-01-2016 by Shawn Diederich

Workers' compensation is a state-mandated insurance system that requires most employers to pay benefits to employees injured on the job. Under Florida law , an employer must generally carry workers' compensation insurance if they have “four... Read More

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