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Carlton Fields helps clients, including the largest single-site developer in the country, solve wide-ranging federal, state, and local government law challenges from coast to coast. We address problems through negotiation, litigation, and legislation. Our lawyers, lobbyists, land planners, and consultants handle matters related to complex land use litigation and large-scale approvals; long-term resolution of complex environmental law issues; groundbreaking legislation with tremendous economic impact; election law challenges that gain international attention, and many other contractual, procurement, and economic development issues that impact corporations, individuals, and government agencies.
 
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What Contractors Need to Know About Vaccination Mandates and New “Safer Federal Workforce” Guidance

What Contractors Need to Know About Vaccination Mandates and New “Safer Federal Workforce” Guidance

October 7, 2021

Last month, President Biden issued executive orders mandating COVID-19 vaccines for federal employees and protocols for federal contractors. Now, the Safer Federal Workforce Task Force has released its guidance defining the specific parameters of the vaccine mandate and other safety protocols for federal contractors and subcontractors.

Ensuring an Informed Public: State Open Records and Meetings Laws

Ensuring an Informed Public: State Open Records and Meetings Laws

September 1, 2021

This book discusses and analyzes the features, concepts, and themes shared by state statutes, and it explores some of the variation among jurisdictions in both the statutes and the case law. Includes a breakdown of public records and open meetings requirements, plus a listing of statutes, constitutional provisions, and explanatory guides for each state’s public records and open meetings laws.

Texas Federal District Court Overturns CDC Eviction Moratorium

Texas Federal District Court Overturns CDC Eviction Moratorium

March 5, 2021

On February 25, an Eastern District of Texas federal judge ruled that the CDC’s national eviction moratorium was unconstitutional. This alert discusses the ruling and its impact on landlords.

Is the CARES Act Caring Enough?

Is the CARES Act Caring Enough?

June 24, 2020

For the summer 2020 meeting of our Community & Development series, leaders in the banking, accounting, and legal industries discussed the initial impact of the CARES Act and the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP), the challenges and concerns associated with its implementation, and the future of potential stimulus programs.

Can Governments Commandeer Your Property During COVID-19? California Says Yes

Can Governments Commandeer Your Property During COVID-19? California Says Yes

March 20, 2020

California this month became the first state to declare a right to commandeer private property to combat the spread of COVID-19.

Florida Local Governments Cancel Public Hearings Due to Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Florida Local Governments Cancel Public Hearings Due to Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19)

March 18, 2020

With the ongoing spread of COVID-19, and in an effort to limit public gatherings, a number of Florida counties and municipalities have canceled or postponed upcoming public hearings and meetings. This client alert provides a list of Florida counties and municipalities that have announced cancellations.

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Other Team Members

Darrin F. Taylor

Darrin F. Taylor

Certified Planner/Government Consultant
Joseph J. Verdone

Joseph J. Verdone

Certified Planner/Government Consultant

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