Oct. 30, 2022

Avoiding Disputes, Litigation and Alternate Dispute Resolution

By William C. Davell

This month’s legal opinion is provided by Tripp Scott's COO Paul Lopez.

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Oct. 27, 2022

How do Florida voters feel about DeSantis’ migrant flights? A new poll weighs in.

An article by David Smiley with contributing content from Tripp Scott's Ed Pozzuoli

As Published in the Miami Herald

About half of Floridians likely to vote in the midterm elections are on board with Ron DeSantis’ migrant flights, according to a new poll that suggests the governor is cruising to reelection.

Conducted Oct. 10 – 13, the online poll of 685 likely voters found that 52% are voting for DeSantis, who with mail-voting underway has a 10-point lead over Charlie Crist (42% support). With Election Day looming on Nov. 8, only 6% of likely voters have yet to firmly decide on Crist or DeSantis, according to the poll.

The poll was conducted by RMG Research, led by conservative-leaning pollster and pundit Scott Rasmussen. It was commissioned by Tripp Scott, a law firm whose CEO, Ed Pozzuoli, is the former chairman of the Republican Party of Broward County.

Its margin of error is 3.7 percentage points.

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Oct. 20, 2022

Inexperienced Managers And Poor Training: A Recipe For Disaster

A SPECIAL REPORT by Tripp Scott's Paul Lopez and Jennifer Wahba. As Published in HR.com

Managers should receive training in the federal and state laws that apply to the company’s business.

A company's management team is entrusted to oversee day-to-day operations including, but not limited to, internal workplace issues, such as compliance with a number of employment-law related statutes and regulations.

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Oct. 3, 2022

Bankruptcy Trustee's Attorney Fees Under Attack—When Hourly Rate Agreements Become Contingent

As Published in the Daily Business Review

A recent decision from the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit may be creating a tsunami of concern to those attorneys and law firms that regularly represent bankruptcy trustees. The decision, in essence, takes an hourly fee arrangement between the trustee and the trustee’s attorneys and adds a results-based contingency to the approval of any fee payment authorization by the bankruptcy court.

The case of In re Village Apothecary, 21-1555 (6th Cir. Aug. 16, 2022), addresses whether a bankruptcy court may consider “results obtained” when determining whether fees are reasonable under Section 330(a)(3) of the Bankruptcy Code. Ultimately, the Sixth Circuit decided yes it could.

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Sep. 8, 2022

Grand jury’s damning report on public schools is proof that parental choice is best

As Published in the Miami Herald

The recent grand jury report findings only confirm what parents already know — the system is broken.

Sadly, the report’s release is just another incrimination of the Broward County School Board. The grand jury consisted of 18 volunteer members of our community from Miami-Dade, Broward and Palm Beach voter rolls representing a full array of our diverse community. The investigation included a review of thousands of documents with more than 150 witnesses providing testimony. It culminated in several recommendations, including the recommendation that Gov. Ron DeSantis replace four Broward County School Board members for incompetence and neglect of duty.

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INCREASING SUBPRIME AUTO LOAN DEFAULTS – THE CANARY IN THE COAL MINE FOR 2023 BANKRUPTCY FILINGS

By: Charles M Tatelbaum and Corey D. Cohen, Tripp Scott PA

Experience tells us that the recent increase in subprime auto loan defaults can be a reliable predictor of an overall increase in consumer bankruptcies which, in turn, causes problems for businesses in many sectors.  Recently reported data discloses that in the fourth quarter of 2022, subprime auto loan defaults increased by slightly more than 30%.

These defaults rise from a number of reasons, namely:  (1) higher interest rates on the subprime loans that have a floating rate of interest; (2) inflationary increases which have pinched consumers' budgets; and (3) increased costs of rental housing.

TSE's Candice Ericks Named One of City & State's Women Power 10

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla., January 25, 2023 – Tripp Scott today announced that Candice Ericks, Director of Government Relations for TSE, the governmental affairs division of Tripp Scott, was named one of City & State Florida's Women Power 100. 

City & State is the premier media organization dedicated to covering Florida, New York and Pennsylvania's local and state politics and policy. Its in-depth, non-partisan coverage serves Florida’s leaders every day as a trusted guide to the issues impacting Florida. City & State Florida's Women Power 100 list is comprised of elected officials and high-powered lobbyists, leaders from the worlds of business, nonprofits, media, social justice, conservative think tanks and what we call the “persuasion industry”: public relations, strategic messaging and fundraising.

Tripp Scott Attorneys Represent Datum RMS for Major Sale of Controlling Stake to AES Engineering Ltd

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla., January 24, 2023 – Tripp Scott today announced that its team, Tanya Bower, director and Arsen Pascua, attorney, successfully represented Datum RMS in the sale of the controlling stake of the company to AES Engineering Ltd.

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