SEC moves to T+2 settlement window The SEC announced today that it has adopted an amendment that will shorten the current settlement cycle for securities transactions to two business days (T+2) from the current three-day cycle. The new cycle will take effect in September. If you have any questions, please contact David Scileppi or Bob […]
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Review of the state constitution occurs every 20 years in Florida, per constitutional mandate. Florida’s 2017-18 Constitution Review Commission members were selected earlier this month.
Gunster’s immigration law practice is pleased to bring you important news regarding H1-B premium processing
On March 1, the Securities and Exchange Commission adopted new rules that will require the use of hyperlinks to exhibits listed in the exhibit index to various Securities and Exchange Act filings, including 10-Ks, 10-Qs and 8-Ks.
Florida’s constitution undergoes review every 20 years, as established in the constitution. The last review took place in 1997-1998, when Democrats held more power in Tallahassee. This time, the vast majority of appointments were made by Republican leaders.
Gunster’s immigration law practice is pleased to bring you important news regarding the Fiscal Year 2018 H-1B cap filing season. Filing can begin on April 3, 2017.
Employers may be surprised to learn what their employees may be posting on social media about their managers, clients or the company in general.
On February 16, 2017, the Florida Supreme Court issued its opinion in State Farm vs. Shands, which resolved a conflict between the 1st and 4th District Courts of Appeal over the scope and extent of prelawsuit discovery that a Personal Injury Protection (PIP) insurer may seek from medical providers such as hospitals and physicians under the PIP statutes.
Now, landowners who question whether their property has the required connection to navigable waters can require a federal agency to prove the basis of its jurisdictional assertion before facing that untenable exposure.
USCIS issued the subject final rule on January 17, 2017, which becomes effective July 17, 2017. According to the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) news release, the rule is intended to improve the ability of certain promising startup founders to begin growing their companies within the United States and help improve our nation’s economy through increased capital spending, innovation and job creation.