Jul. 20, 2021

Our Most Vulnerable Residents Need Access to Legal Representation

An op-ed by Tripp Scott's Douglas Reynolds

As Published in the South Florida Sun Sentinel

Home. In just four letters, that word captures so much of what we hold dear: safety and security, shelter and stability, identity and belonging. Homes are the physical, emotional and financial foundations of our families, our communities and our society at large. As such, moving and changing homes is often one of the most stressful and impactful events in our lives. The loss of a home — whether to fire, flood, hurricane or otherwise — is not just stressful and impactful, it can be traumatic. It has a domino effect, creating instability for the entire family: uprooting lives, forcing changes in schools and employment, and severing the support networks that bind us together.

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Jul. 6, 2021

After Collapse, Condo Association Lawyers Field Frantic Calls — But Long-Term Change Is Unlikely, They Say

As Published in Law.com and The Daily Business Review

South Florida condo lawyers said they've fielded plenty of client calls about the safety of their high-rises in the days following the Champlain Towers collapse. The attorneys say their advice on building inspections and dealing with unit owners can prevent catastrophes, although unit owners may not see value in expensive special assessments or legal fees.

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Jul. 1, 2021

Outside General Counsel: Deepening Your Legal Bench

The pandemic threw some companies a legal curveball. Many discovered that legal departments were challenged to handle the matters faced pre-pandemic, atop the regulatory, compliance and employment matters that didn’t exist 18 months ago.

Facing this dynamic and increasingly complex legal landscape, the question of whether to rely on an in-house legal department or retain skilled outside counsel has never been more vital to ongoing operations.


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Jun. 9, 2021

Tripp Scott’s Paul Lopez Feature Contributions in Daily Business Review

View the excerpts from Dan Roe's regular COVID-19 feature column in LAW.COM - Daily Business Review

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Jun. 1, 2021

Gov. DeSantis is not a dictator but a defender of our liberty

The Sun Sentinel’s constant drum beat of anti-DeSantis articles only serves to show the paper’s agenda. However, calling Gov. DeSantis a “dictator” is just wrong.

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Tripp Scott Tax Team Raises Flag On Proposed Tax Law Changes

The United States House Ways and Means Committee recently released a proposed legislative bill that would make substantial changes to current tax law that will significantly affect corporations, partnerships, and high-income individuals. The newly proposed tax legislation is part of the larger budget reconciliation bill that is actively being considered by Congress. If the bill is passed, two key changes to current tax law would become effective retroactively to September 13, 2021, with the vast remainder of changes becoming effective as of January 1, 2022, or upon passage of the bill.

Tripp Scott's Ed Pozzuoli Named one of Florida Trend’s Florida 500

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla., October 13, 2021 – Tripp Scott today announced that Ed Pozzuoli, CEO of Tripp Scott, was named one of Florida Trend’s Florida 500.

An Unconditional and Irrevocable Personal Guaranty Not Always the Case When a Bankruptcy Court Is Involved

On Aug. 19, the Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern District of Wisconsin issued a decision that serves as a warning and a reminder for business and individuals alike who obtain personal guarantees as part of their business dealings. Indeed, an unconditional, absolute and irrevocable personal guaranty may not be so after all.


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