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11th Circuit: The EEOC Can't Always Get What It Wants

The Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals recently shouted down the EEOC's broad subpoena powers when it held that the Commission wasn't entitled to hiring and firing information relating to Royal Caribbean's workers and job...more

Court Slaps Down EEOC Subpoena, Refusing to Allow Agency to Expand its Investigation

The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission has broad authority to investigate allegations of employment discrimination. But there are limits to that authority, as illustrated by a recent Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals...more

BELGIUM: Important industry information – Number of casinos to increase from 9 to 11

The following paragraph was included in the coalition agreement released last week by the new Belgian government: “The government will review the Games of Chance Act of 7 May 1999 […], with the purpose of increasing...more

Port of Miami Tunnel Open for Traffic

On August 3, 2014, the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) and the Port of Miami achieved an important milestone when the est. $1 billion Port of Miami Tunnel opened for traffic. The project consists of twin tunnels...more

“Law of the Flag” Held Not to Apply to Action on Unenforceable Gambling Debt in Florida Bankruptcy Court

In this bankruptcy contract case, the debtor, a cruise vessel operating as a gambling casino, fronted $200,000 to a blackjack gambler who submitted checks for the cash but then stopped payment on the checks. The debtor sued...more

Direct Physical Loss At Sea: Should Cruise Ship Companies Expect Coverage For Contamination-Related Property Damage?

The last few years have not been particularly kind to the cruise ship industry. In January 2012, thirty-two passengers were killed when the Costa Concordia capsized off the coast of Tuscany after striking a rocky shoal. In...more

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