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New Emergency Declarations Allow Extension of Development Approvals; Notification Deadline for Tropical Storm Emily Extensions...

by Akerman LLP on

Section 252.363, Florida Statutes, allows certain permits and authorizations to be tolled and extended due to a state of emergency, if the permit holder files a particular notice with the agency or government which issued the...more

Employers Brace for Hurricane Irma

by Littler on

With many Americans still reeling from the devastation of Hurricane Harvey, the next storm is already approaching. Hurricane Irma, one of the strongest storms ever recorded, is approaching Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin...more

Employers Should Be Prepared to Deal with the Aftermath of Hurricane Harvey

by FordHarrison on

In the wake of the devastation caused by Hurricane Harvey, many employers are faced with questions as they prepare to resume normal operations. Some of the most common questions, such as those arising under the Fair Labor...more

Reparando los Daños: Las Responsabilidades del Empleador como Consecuencia del Huracán Harvey

by Littler on

El huracán Harvey está inundando implacablemente el sureste de Texas y las áreas aledañas, resultando en inundaciones y daños sin precedentes. A medida que la tormenta se agrava, muchos empleadores se han preguntado cómo...more

Picking Up the Pieces: Employer Responsibilities in the Aftermath of Hurricane Harvey

by Littler on

Hurricane Harvey is relentlessly drenching southeast Texas and the surrounding areas, resulting in unprecedented flooding and damage. As the storm rages, many employers are wondering how to respond and what happens next....more

Wage and Hour Considerations During Weather-Related Emergencies

As Tropical Storm Harvey continues wreak havoc across Texas and beyond, it’s the right time to revisit employer rights and responsibilities during a weather-related emergency or other major disruption. Here are some typical...more

Hurricane Harvey – Texas Department of Insurance Bulletins

by Zelle LLP on

The Texas Department of Insurance (“TDI”) issued the following bulletins pertaining to Hurricane Harvey on August 26, 2017, many of which apply to property and casualty insurers....more

Can Your Workplace Weather the Storm? 6 Questions to Consider as Hurricane Harvey Makes Landfall

If weather reports are accurate, by the time it makes landfall, Hurricane Harvey stands to be the first major storm to hit the United States in more than 10 years. Harvey, which as of this writing is a category three storm in...more

Gavel to Gavel: What to know about disaster relief statutes

by GableGotwals on

With Oklahoma’s storm season approaching, businesses should be aware of the Oklahoma Disaster Relief Materials Price Stabilization Act and the Emergency Price Stabilization Act. When Oklahoma’s governor or the president of...more

Inclement Weather FAQs: Who Gets Pay for a Snow Day?

by Littler on

As winter progresses, employers may find themselves monitoring the weather and wondering how to handle numerous operational headaches. Should a worksite close? If so: when, and for how long? Who can work from home, and who...more

Winter Is Coming—Wage and Hour Considerations During Weather-Related Emergencies

With winter storms around the corner, it’s the right time to revisit employer rights and responsibilities during a weather-related emergency or other major disruption.  We discuss below some typical scenarios that you are...more

Extend Development Orders and Building Permits for Almost One Year Due to Zika State of Emergency Extension - Interested parties...

by Bilzin Sumberg on

Governor Scott, for the second time, has extended the State of Emergency issued for the Zika Virus. As a result, holders of development orders and building permits have another opportunity to claim a longer extension. The...more

Florida Development Permits Eligible for Extensions Due to Storms and Other Conditions

by Holland & Knight LLP on

In accordance with Section 252.363, Florida Statutes, when the governor declares a state of emergency in Florida, the time to exercise rights under a permit, authorization or development order is tolled and an opportunity to...more

Dark Clouds Have Silver Lining for Permit Holders

If there's any good news in a hurricane or tropical storm, this is it: an officially declared state of emergency that allows permit-holders to extend their permits, as well as certain other government authorizations. Not only...more

Last Call To Extend Permits And Development Orders -- Deadline Is January 25, 2016

There is limited time remaining to claim the extension referenced below under the state wide Emergency Order issued by Governor Scott. The opportunity to claim the extension will end on January 25, 2016. Should you have a...more

2015 Hurricane Season Provides Opportunity to Extend Eligible Permits

If there's any good news in a hurricane or tropical storm, this is it: an officially declared state of emergency that allows permit-holders to extend their permits, as well as certain other government authorizations. Not only...more

Hurricane Preparedness Applies at Work as Well as at Home – Questions Employers May Face This Season

by FordHarrison on

Florida Governor Rick Scott has declared a state of emergency as forecasters continue to track the path of Tropical Storm Erika, which is predicted to hit the state on Monday. Although it is unclear how strong the storm will...more

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