Department Issues Amended Final Order Ruling That Movers Are Independent Contractors

By Jonathan Taylor | April 14, 2021

Last week, the Department of Economic Opportunity issued an Amended Final Order…

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Interim Stay of Nonfinal Emergency Suspension Order Pending Judicial Review

By Jonathan Taylor | April 1, 2021

In a post last week, I discussed nonfinal emergency suspension orders.  One…

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Judicial Review of Nonfinal Emergency Suspension Orders

By Jonathan Taylor | March 26, 2021

This article addresses the subject of nonfinal emergency suspension orders.  Section 120.60(6),…

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Rehearing directed to agency final orders

By Jonathan Taylor | February 26, 2021

When appealing an agency final order, administrative law has a unique aspect…

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The Fifth DCA reverses an agency’s final order of abandonment

By Jonathan Taylor | February 18, 2021

In a blog posted last week, I discussed the importance of timely…

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The Third DCA affirms final order denying a request for administrative hearing

By Jonathan Taylor | February 11, 2021

Last month, the Third DCA issued an opinion on the subject of…

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Exhaust your administrative remedies? Failure to do so may prove fatal

By Jonathan Taylor | January 21, 2021

The Third DCA recently issued an opinion dealing with the doctrine of failure to exhaust administrative remedies—a doctrine that traps many unsuspecting litigants.  The case is Jackson Health System v. Louis, an original proceeding for writ of prohibition

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The First DCA rules in favor of taxpayer in administrative rule challenge

By Jonathan Taylor | May 9, 2020

Earlier this week, the First DCA issued an opinion in favor of…

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How general rulemaking authority led to trouble for a Florida agency

By Jonathan Taylor | April 28, 2020

The First DCA recently issued an opinion dealing with the interesting of…

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Taxpayer stops school district from interfering with ad valorem property tax case

By Jerry Donnini | October 22, 2019

The last thing a taxpayer wants to happen in their fight against…

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