Shameless Self-Promotion

If you run a business, and you have a website, you may or may not know whether disabled users – the blind, the mobility-impaired, and others – can access your web site with their helper technology. And, from a lawyer’s perspective, even more important, you may not know whether you are violating federal law if […]

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I’ve got three: Rage Against the Machine: RIAA Litigation Update The recording industry has ramped up its litigation campaign against peer-to-peer file sharing suspects, with cases now numbering in the high thousands. This session explores recent developments in the various cases nationwide and how someone caught in this driftnet litigation might defend themselves. Among Thieves: […]

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Those of you in the Tampa Bay TV market may want to tune in to Channel 8 for tonight’s Five O’Clock News. I’ll be talking briefly about one of the proposed amendments to the Florida Constitution – specifically, proposal No. 3, “Requiring Broader Public Support for Constitutional Amendments or Revisions.” Anchor and reporter Josh Thomas […]

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Ricardo & Wasylik to Move Offices to Historic Train Depot Law Firm’s Growth Drives Relocation Dade City, Florida (July 12, 2006) – Ricardo & Wasylik, PL, a law firm based in Dade City, announced today plans to move its offices to the Historic Train Depot at Meridian Avenue and the Highway 98 Bypass. We need […]

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