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Top Nordic Chef!

In a recent New York Times article, the paper discussed how a cofounder of Noma, Mads Refslund, has created a nordic menu at Acme, in NoHo. Working directly under Mr. Fefslund is Joseph Yardley. Joe is one of America’s top … Continue reading

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We Have Moved!

  Yardley Law has a new home just a few feet from our former office–and we’ve kept the same building letter, so we’re still in Building D! Our new office was designed by our Paralegal and Office Manager, Patty Blankenship. Mrs. … Continue reading

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Just because a worker is salaried, does not mean they are not entitled to overtime pay.

Some employers mistakenly classify their employees as exempt from overtime and deprive employees from these hard earned overtime wages. Sometimes they do it on purpose. Here’s the deal: Employees that are classified “exempt” are not entitled to overtime wages. Employees’ … Continue reading

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David Stern Disbarred

During the financial crisis, one attorney, David Stern, created chaos in the Florida Court system. That attorney was disbarred today by the Florida Supreme Court. But, the question needs to be asked, was Stern acting alone, or was he just … Continue reading

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I got served with a income deduction for my employee: What do I do?

Florida law provides for income deduction orders which require employers to deduct child support and alimony from the wages of workers. Florida ain’t kidding around. Section 61.1301 Fla. Stat. (2013) provides that if an employer, the payor in the language … Continue reading

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“Like” this post.

According to an article in The Atlantic, “in November of 2009, B.J. Roberts, the sheriff of Hampton, Virginia, ran for re-election. A group of workers in Roberts’ office, however, among them one Bobby Bland, weren’t enthused about the prospects of … Continue reading

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Family and Corporate Litigation Cases decided.

There were only two interesting cases decided by the Fifth District, one a family law decision, the other a piece of corporate litigation. In the family law case, Moore v. Moore, the court reversed a child support determination because the … Continue reading

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