Monthly Archives: January 2022
HIPAA AND PARTY-OPPONENT MEDICAL RECORDS IN FLORIDA DIVORCE
A party’s medical or therapy records arguably may be relevant to an issue in a divorce or paternity action. The party to whom the records belong often objects to disclosure based on HIPAA or Florida law. However, these laws do not prevent disclosure of a party-opponent’s medical records if disclosure is pursuant to a… Read More »
Are unvested restricted share units (RSUs) marital property?
Restricted share units (RSUs) are a type of equity compensation. Many public companies that in the past issued stock options have now moved toward restricted share units. Disney, Amazon, and Darden are some Orlando-area employers that offer restricted share units to executives and key persons. There are no reported cases in Florida that specifically… Read More »