A Cautionary Tale for Commercial Tenants: Florida Court Holds that Tenant’s Payment of Landlord’s Insurance Premiums Did Not Entitle the Tenant to Coverage

A Florida court recently issued a decision that serves as a warning to commercial tenants who believe they are covered by their landlords’ insurance policies.  The Third District Court of…

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Trend Continues as Federal Appellate Court Concludes University Title IX Sexual Misconduct Investigation Did Not Provide Sufficient Due Process

Johnson & Cassidy previously provided insights about a federal Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals decision that addressed the obligations of public universities and colleges during Title IX sexual misconduct investigations.[1] …

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Recent Federal Appellate Decision Highlights Risks Posed to Public Universities and Colleges from Constitutional Violations in Title IX Sexual Misconduct Investigations

The federal Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals issued a decision on February 9, 2018 that highlights the many challenges currently facing public universities and colleges’ efforts to comply with Title…

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