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Rogan Selected for ImpactJAX Mike Hightower Fellowship

March 27, 2017

Smith Hulsey & Busey attorney Joseph Rogan has been selected by ImpactJAX as a participant in the ImpactJAX Mike Hightower Fellowship program. ImpactJAX is the young professionals’ organization of the Jacksonville Chamber of Commerce. The Fellowship program brings together a class of talented, young professionals with local business community leaders in order to foster relationships […]

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Two Firm Attorneys Selected as Jacksonville’s Ultimate Attorneys

March 17, 2017

Firm attorneys Amelia Henderson and Stephen Moore have been selected as the Jacksonville Business Journal’s 2017 Ultimate Attorneys. The Business Journal’s award recognizes the top lawyers in Northeast Florida who have elevated the legal profession and have helped shape Jacksonville’s business community. Henderson was recognized for her legal work in estate planning and serving as […]

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Firm Names Three New Shareholders

March 6, 2017

Smith Hulsey & Busey has promoted three of its lawyers, David Dunn, Dr. Andrew H. Sauer and Asghar A. Syed, to become shareholders in the firm. Dunn is a member of the firm’s Business Department. His practice focuses on mergers and acquisitions, contract preparation and negotiation, entity structuring and general business matters. Dr. Sauer is […]

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Religious Use Property Tax Exemption

March 14, 2017

Firm attorney E. Owen McCuller Jr. recently obtained a favorable ruling from the St. Johns County Value Adjustment Board granting a religious use exemption from property taxes for a church client following an appeal from the Property Appraiser’s earlier denial of the exemption. The Appraiser had taken the position that permitting and engineering activity on […]

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Emerging Issues in Healthcare Technology

February 8, 2017

Shareholder Chris Dix shared his knowledge and insight regarding “Emerging Issues in Healthcare Technology and HIPPA Compliance” at a recent Jacksonville Bar Health Law Section meeting. The upcoming year promises to bring new challenges for health-care privacy and compliance professionals seeking to keep pace with a rapidly evolving regulatory landscape marked by hackers and cybercriminals, […]

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Changes To Overtime Regulations Are On Hold

December 1, 2016

Pending further review, employers may continue to follow existing overtime rules. Judge Amos L. Mazzant, a Federal Judge from Texas, has entered a temporary injunction that puts on hold changes to overtime rules set to go into effect on December 1, 2016. The impending changes would have increased the Fair Labor Standards Act’s salary threshold […]

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