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Board of Contributors

  • Litigation Lessons From Hollywood

    By Commentary by Dan Small and Michael E. Hantman

    It sounds trivial, but never forget: if you're trying a case, begin at the beginning. Hollywood never ignores the central narrative. If you're telling a story, your audience must understand it. You never want your audience to feel overwhelmed, lost or confused, or to stop listening. Provide themes and road maps along the way. A long, meandering story—absent thematic threads binding it all together—is often monotonous and boring, write attorneys Dan Small and Michael E. Hantman.

  • The Dire Financial Consequences of Misclassifying Your Employees

    By Commentary by Kristen D. Perkins and Jason J. Oliveri

    In February of this year, a Florida appeals court upheld a decision by Gov. Rick Scott's administration that Uber drivers are independent contractors and not employees. In terms of the law, the decision was hardly revolutionary. It did, however, highlight the importance of properly classifying workers. Indeed, failure to properly classify workers can have staggering financial consequences for a business that operates on a model that relies heavily on a large number of independent contractors, write attorneys Kristen D. Perkins and Jason J. Oliveri.

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Special Reports

  • Top Dealmakers Of The Year: 2014

    By Review staff

    Our annual special report where we recognize the people who made the biggest and most complex deals of 2013.

  • Review 100

    By Review staff

    Passing down the reins. Our annual survey of law firms with a major Florida presence looks at succession planning and how law firms are transitioning clients to younger partners.

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