Boardroom Brief Exclusives

  1. New driving law expands protections to utility workers

    Gunster’s government affairs practice is proud to have been instrumental in the consideration and passing of this important legislation.

    by Joanna Bonfanti, July 29, 2014

  2. How recent air quality developments affect Florida

    A greenhouse gas ruling last month by the U.S. Supreme Court will affect permitting in Florida.

    by Terry Cole, July 17, 2014

  3. Employer ‘English proficiency’ mandate under fire?

    The EEOC stated in a lawsuit filed last month that a Wisconsin company’s requirement that its employees speak proficient English amounts to discrimination based on the “linguistic characteristics of a national origin group.”

    by Holly L. Griffin, July 11, 2014

  4. Florida’s new data breach notification law & its effect on business

    The Florida Information Protection Act of 2014 goes into effect July 1.

    by Boardroom Brief Staff, June 27, 2014

  5. High court opinion a win for U.S. taxpayers

    On June 19, 2014, the U.S. Supreme Court issued a unanimous, precedent-setting ruling that will affect taxpayers throughout the nation.

    by Boardroom Brief Staff, June 24, 2014

  6. Using company equity as currency: know the legal & tax consequences

    Want to offer equity to your employees? You’re not alone. Many entrepreneurs do. But if you fail to consider the legal and tax ramifications, you may regret doing so.

    by Boardroom Brief Staff, June 12, 2014

  7. How did your business fare in the 2014 Florida legislative session?

    More than 1,800 bills were filed this year, but only 264 made it through both chambers.

    by Joanna Bonfanti, May 13, 2014

  8. Corporate identity theft on the rise

    No business is too small to be a target for thieves. Strategic methods have been developed to steal your business’s identity, but there are steps you can take to make your business a less appealing target to potential thieves.

    by William J. Hyland Jr., April 03, 2014

  9. EPA’s Clean Water Act proposal gives feds greater authority; big impact likely for Florida’s businesses

    The EPA’s proposed rule is likely to have far-reaching impacts on agriculture, industry and development. Because of Florida’s flat terrain and extensive wetlands, it is especially susceptible to changes in the Clean Water Act and could become a flashpoint for the rule.

    by Gregory M. Munson, March 27, 2014

  10. Identity thieves target the deceased, too

    The deceased are vulnerable for many reasons, but primarily because information about their death is readily available through public death notices and obituaries in the newspaper. The thieves then use that information to open credit card accounts, apply for loans, file tax returns and obtain goods and services like cellphones.

    by Lisa Schneider, March 14, 2014
  11. The Breakes
July 31, 2014

Featured Daily News Stories

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    Fed sees economy gaining speed, mildly higher inflation
    from The Wall Street Journal / MarketWatch
  2. Business
    Citrix tops market for remote support software
    from South Florida Business Journal
  3. Business
    Retirement plan options for small business and the self-employed
    from Business Report of North Central Florida
  4. Business
    In hedge fund, Argentina finds relentless foe
    from The New York Times / DealBook
  5. Business
    Miami sports news startup raises $3.5 million
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  6. Business
    Video: paying with your phone
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