Florida Bar Publications has released the Thirteen Edition of Litigation Under the Florida Probate Code. Partners Jeffrey S. Goethe and Andre R. Perron contributed to the publication by updating Chapter 11, Compensation Disputes.
In our March 31, 2020 article, we discussed the possibility of your business having coverage from losses resulting from closures due to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Since the issuance of statewide and municipal stay-at-home orders, the insurance industry has seen an influx in first-party (insured) claims as a direct result of COVID-19; however, there is the possibility that third-party claims may drastically increase. This article explores how COVID-19 may be treated under liability provisions and exclusions specifically intended to cover or exclude environmental and pollution claims.
The market can be volatile, but don’t panic … it’s not time to be a gambler. While you may be tempted to sell off your assets after watching the market go down one day and up the next, resisting the urge to panic will likely serve you best in the long run.
With businesses closing, people working from home, and stock prices falling, the Coronavirus (COVID-19) is having a real financial impact on American citizens and their businesses. In the midst of loss-causing closures, businesses may need to file claims with their property insurance carriers.
It is likely many of you, your friends, family, and business associates have recently suffered substantial losses to your portfolios, 401(k) plans, deferred compensation plans, and related investment accounts. The question you must first ask is whether this was the fault of the market or was it primarily the fault of bad investment planning and advice by your broker.
Mr. Andre Perron recently attended the PIABA 2018 Annual Meeting where he attended seminars on a variety of topics such as damages in securities arbitration, Martin Rules and margin related litigation, investment products (cryptocurrencies, initial coin offerings), ethical issues in dealing with elderly clients, option contracts, and structured products. Some of the most notable speakers […]
James Cordier; OptionSellers; natural gas investment; naked call option
Why do you invest the way you do? What type of investments do you prefer? If you get to know your inner investor now and make sure your financial planner or financial designee know, they can be on the lookout for deviations in your behavior that could signal cognitive changes.
If not properly planned for, digital assets may be lost forever when an individual passes away. Ensure these valuables are protected with the remainder of your estate.