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Brooke Ehrlich Presents at National Business Institute’s Human Resource Law Book Camp Seminar

  On November 14, 2018, Labor and Employment Attorney Brooke Ehrlich presented at the National Business Institute’s Human Resource Law Book Camp Seminar in West Palm Beach, on the topics of “Hiring and Firing: Legal Do’s and Don’ts for Crucial HR Functions” and “Social Media Policies: Balancing Employer Needs and Employee Rights.”  

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Categories: Corporate Law
Tags: Event

Marc Solomon Participates in Exit Planning Panel for Boca Raton Estate Planning Council

Partner & Chair of the Corporate Department, Marc Solomon, participated in an Exit Planning Panel Event for the Boca Raton Estate Planning Council at the Wold Theater at Lynn University in Boca Raton on April 18.  

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Categories: Corporate LawCommunity Outreach
Tags: Event

Marc Solomon Speaks on ACG Exit Planning Panel

Partner & Chair of the Corporate Department Marc Solomon, was part of a Panel event that spoke on the finer points of "Exit Planning" for the Association for Corporate Growth.  The event took place at Lobster Sea Bar Grille in Fort Lauderdale on February 23rd.  Marc was joined by panel members from Cherry Bekeart, Cross Keys Capital, and UBS Financial Services.

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Categories: Corporate LawCommunity Outreach
Tags: Marc I. SolomonEvent

WSH Forms New Practice Group Focusing on International Litigation, Real Estate and Business

In recognition of South Florida's unique position as the gateway for investment, commerce and real estate in Latin America, WSH has announced the formation of the International Group, a new practice group working with our Business Organization and Transaction Group, Litigation Division, and Real Estate Group to offer services to clients doing business in the Americas. The International Group assists and represents entrepreneurs, private businesses, publicly traded companies, financial institutions, and other ventures conducting business across international borders. Attorneys in the Group have extensive experience in business litigation, including contract disputes, secured transactions, shareholder and partnership disputes, and the prosecution and defense of class actions. The Group also handles real estate matters across international borders, including acquisitions, development, financing, leasing, and joint ventures. Lastly, the Group offers dispute resolution services, representing individuals and sovereign nations alike in matters of private and public importance. Attorneys in the Group serve our clients' comfort by speaking in their native tongue, including Spanish, French, Italian, and Portuguese.

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Categories: LitigationContractsReal EstateAdministrative LawCorporate LawInternational Law
Tags: Mitchell A. BiermanMichael S. PopokJoseph H. SerotaFort Lauderdale Business Litigation AttorneysFort Lauderdale Business Litigation LawyersMiami Commercial Litigation AttorneyMiami Commercial Litigation LawyerSouth Florida Commercial Litigation AttorneySouth Florida Commercial Litigation LawyerSouth Florida Business Dispute Litigation AttorneysSouth Florida Business Dispute Litigation LawyersSouth Florida Private Transactions AttorneysSouth Florida Private Transactions LawyersFort Lauderdale Private Transactions AttorneysMiami Private Transactions AttorneysSouth Florida Public Transactions LawFort Lauderdale Public Transactions LawMiami Public Transactions Law Fort Lauderdale Real Estate AttorneysMiami Real Estate AttorneysSouth Florida Real Estate AttorneysFort Lauderdale Commercial Real Estate AttorneysMiami Commercial Real Estate AttorneysSouth Florida Commercial Real Estate AttorneysFort Lauderdale LitigatorsMiami LitigatorsSouth Florida LitigatorsFlorida Commercial Litigation LawyerFlorida Litigation AttorneysFort Lauderdale Civil Litigation AttorneysFort Lauderdale Commercial Litigation AttorneysFort Lauderdale Commercial Litigation AttorneysMiami Commercial Litigation AttorneyMiami Litigation AttorneyMiami Real Estate LawyerJoseph HernandezCarlos M. RodriguezRoger S. KobertMarc C. Pugliese
Author(s): Brooke P. Dolara

Corporate Attorney Marc Solomon Joins WSH

WSH is proud to announce that Marc I. Solomon has joined the Firm as a shareholder specializing in corporate transactional work. Marc has extensive experience in corporate finance, contracts, mergers and acquisitions, and commercial real estate. He focuses his practice on representing local companies and entrepreneurs in all stages of development from formation through the operation, financing, expansion and future sale of their businesses. Marc also serves as general counsel for an international casino and hotel operator based in South Florida.

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Categories: Awards & RecognitionsCorporate Law
Tags: Awards & RecognitionsMarc I. Solomon
Author(s): Brooke P. Dolara

Board of Contributors: CMBS Loans on Verge of Rebound But With Stricter Rules

As economic conditions improve, a recent article explains how the booming Commercial Mortgage Backed Securities market collapsed with such stunning speed and severity. About $32.5 billion of the loans made in 2007 are maturing in 2012; and, according to CoStar Group, 50 to 60 percent of those maturing this year will fail to refinance or pay off in full.

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Categories: Real EstateCorporate Law
Tags: Condos and HOAsSouth Florida Private Transactions AttorneysSouth Florida Private Transactions LawyersFort Lauderdale Private Transactions AttorneysMiami Private Transactions AttorneysFort Lauderdale Real Estate AttorneysMiami Real Estate AttorneysSouth Florida Real Estate AttorneysFort Lauderdale Commercial Real Estate AttorneysMiami Commercial Real Estate AttorneysSouth Florida Commercial Real Estate AttorneysFort Lauderdale Real Estate LawyerMiami Real Estate Lawyer
Author(s): Joseph Hernandez

Elections and Condominium Associations: Who Can Serve as a Director?

A condominium’s annual election provides the association’s voting members with the opportunity to select new individuals to serve on its board of directors.  Candidates provide their notice to the association at least forty days before the scheduled election, leaving plenty of time for unit owners to weigh their options and research the qualifications of both incumbents and challengers.  Each election, some questions may arise as to whether certain candidates are qualified to serve on the board of directors.  Although Florida law places some restrictions on who can serve as a director, it permits individual associations to tailor their qualifications for board membership.

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Categories: Condominium AssociationsCorporate Law
Tags: Joshua D. KrutFort Lauderdale Condominium Association AttorneysMiami Condominium Association AttorneysSouth Florida Condominium Association AttorneysFlorida Condo Association LawAbigail Watts-FitzGerald

Total Recall: How an Association Can Remove a Board Member

Board members are elected by owners to run the association and manage its property and finances. Owners rely on the board to enforce association rules and resolve problems. When a board member loses the confidence of the owners, he or she may be replaced at the annual election of board members. However, some circumstances warrant the immediate removal of a director. In the event that the owners want to remove a director, the Florida Condominium Act provides a procedure for an association’s voting interest to “recall” a director.

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Categories: Condominium AssociationsHomeowners' AssociationsReal EstateCorporate Law
Tags: Joshua D. KrutFort Lauderdale Condominium Association AttorneysMiami Condominium Association AttorneysSouth Florida Condominium Association AttorneysFort Lauderdale Homeowners' Association AttorneysMiami Homeowners' Association AttorneysSouth Florida Homeowners' Association AttorneysFlorida Commercial Litigation LawyerFlorida Community Association LawFlorida Condo Association Law

Changes in Argentina's Foreign Exchange Rules May Affect South Florida

On July 5, 2012, the Argentine Central Bank modified certain rules regulating the foreign exchange market in Argentina. These rules regulate Argentine residents who wish to convert Argentine currency into foreign currency for various purposes. Argentine residents seeking to convert Argentine pesos for foreign currency are required to do so in the central foreign exchange market in Argentina. The recent changes are in addition to recent restrictions imposed by the Argentine government in 2010 and 2011 on the purchase of foreign currency. The measures imposed in 2010 were ostensibly aimed at reducing tax evasion and money laundering; however, many observers agree that the regulations were also intended to reduce capital flight from Argentina. Individuals and companies wanting to exchange Argentine pesos for foreign currency must now explain the source of their funds and be current with their tax obligations.

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Categories: Real EstateCorporate Law
Tags: Jonathan CohenFort Lauderdale Business Litigation AttorneysFort Lauderdale Business Litigation LawyersMiami Commercial Litigation AttorneyMiami Commercial Litigation LawyerSouth Florida Commercial Litigation AttorneySouth Florida Commercial Litigation LawyerSouth Florida Business Dispute Litigation AttorneysSouth Florida Business Dispute Litigation LawyersSouth Florida Private Transactions AttorneysSouth Florida Private Transactions LawyersFort Lauderdale Private Transactions AttorneysMiami Private Transactions AttorneysSouth Florida Public Transactions LawFort Lauderdale Public Transactions LawMiami Public Transactions Law Fort Lauderdale Real Estate AttorneysMiami Real Estate AttorneysSouth Florida Real Estate AttorneysFort Lauderdale Commercial Real Estate AttorneysMiami Commercial Real Estate AttorneysSouth Florida Commercial Real Estate AttorneysAbigail Watts-FitzGeraldJoseph Hernandez
Author(s): Joseph Hernandez

WSH Member Mitch Bierman and Miami-Dade Partner-in-Charge Michael Popok Represent Firm at Law Firm Alliance Spring Meeting in Vancouver

WSH Member Mitchell A. Bierman and Partner-in-Charge of the Miami-Dade office Michael S. Popok will be representing our firm at the 2012 Law Firm Alliance Spring meeting in Vancouver, British Columbia from April 26 through 28. The meeting will focus on interactive management, social media, and law firm marketing. The meeting will focus on interactive management, social media, and law firm marketing.  The Law Firm Alliance is a loose affiliation of law firms created to provide a vehicle to obtain competent and responsive legal services.  LFA members are mid-size firms with a relatively narrow geographic scope.  All are highly regarded commercial firms offering a variety of corporate and litigation services, and each U.S. based LFA member has received the highly-coveted preeminent AV-peer review rating from LexisNexis Martindale-Hubbell.  Membership in the LFA is by invitation only.  WSH is the sole member firm representing the South Florida region.

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Categories: LitigationCorporate Law
Tags: Mitchell A. BiermanJamie A. ColeEdward G. GuedesMichael S. PopokGail D. SerotaLaura K. WendellFort Lauderdale Business Litigation AttorneysFort Lauderdale Business Litigation LawyersMiami Commercial Litigation AttorneyMiami Commercial Litigation LawyerSouth Florida Commercial Litigation AttorneySouth Florida Commercial Litigation LawyerMiami Aviation AttorneysSouth Florida Airport LawSouth Florida Business Dispute Litigation AttorneysSouth Florida Business Dispute Litigation LawyersSouth Florida Private Transactions AttorneysSouth Florida Private Transactions LawyersFort Lauderdale Private Transactions AttorneysMiami Private Transactions AttorneysSouth Florida Public Transactions LawFort Lauderdale Public Transactions LawMiami Public Transactions Law Matthew H. MandelFort Lauderdale Appellate Law AttorneysMiami Appellate Law AttorneysSouth Florida Appellate Law AttorneysFort Lauderdale LitigatorsMiami LitigatorsSouth Florida LitigatorsFlorida Litigation AttorneysFort Lauderdale Civil Litigation AttorneysFort Lauderdale Commercial Litigation AttorneysFort Lauderdale Commercial Litigation AttorneysMiami Commercial Litigation AttorneyMiami Litigation AttorneyAbigail Watts-FitzGerald
Author(s): Brooke P. Dolara