Monna Lea Bryant, Robert Sniffen, and Jeffrey Slanker co-authored, How far will DOJ extend ADA’s Title II and Title III requirements? For the Florida Employment Law Letter, a publication of BLR®. The publication can be found here, see page 5.
Robert J. Sniffen authored “Why Can’t My Own Lawyer Defend Me?” for the Association Source magazine. The article focused on steps a business or governmental entity can take to ensure they are able to use their own outside counsel in the defense of insurance related claims.
Jeffrey D. Slanker and Monna Lea Bryant published an article in the February 2016 edition of the Checkoff, a publication of the Florida Bar’s Labor and Employment law section. The article focuses on several recent Eleventh Circuit rulings, some relating to such issues as First Amendment protection and the scope of authority of arbitrators. The article can be found at the following link: The Florida Bar - Labor & Employment Law Section
Todd C. Hunter, Jr. published an article in the January/February 2016 edition of the Florida Society of Association Executives’ SOURCE magazine entitled “Nonprofit Boards: How to Legally Balance Evolving Communication Strategies.”
Hetal Desai McGuire, senior attorney, was selected for Leadership Florida’s Class XXXIV. Each year Leadership Florida selects fifty-five individuals representing business and industry, professional organizations, the public sector and non-profit organizations to participate in an eight month state-wide program learning about Florida’s unique industries, environments and challenges. Members are chosen after an intense screening process and are selected based on past service or leadership and their potential impact on the state’s future.
Jeffrey D. Slanker wrote an article entitled Abercrombie & Fitch: Disparate Treatment Claims Do Not Require Actual Knowledge of Need for Religious Accommodation, which was published in the August 2015 Checkoff of the Florida Bar Labor and Employment Law Section.