The result of a 1968 merger between two Floridabased law firms, Holland & Knight has grown into a top 50 firm in the United States (indeed, it ranked exactly fiftieth on the 2011 Am Law 100, with just over $550 million in revenue). Based in Tampa, it has more than 900 lawyers (including...
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In their Technology Law Column, Richard Raysman, a partner at Holland & Knight, and Peter Brown, the principal at Peter Brown & Associates, discuss some recent decisions interpreting work for hire pr
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In their Privacy Matters column, Richard Raysman, a partner at Holland & Knight, and Peter Brown, the principal at Peter Brown & Associates, write: Despite preventative steps, the problem of jurors v
In his Criminal Law column, Ken Strutin, director of legal information services at the New York State Defenders Association, argues that when someone can be prosecuted years later based on new forens
In their Technology Law column, Richard Raysman, a partner at Holland & Knight, and Peter Brown, a partner at Baker & Hostetler, write that discuss the various types of online agreements, including t
... Holland & Knight partner Stuart M. Saft discusses major issues to consider in developing...
Holland & Knight partner Stuart M. Saft discusses major issues to consider in developing and operating condominium hotels because of the complex relationships and potential conflicts arising from com
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