The good news is that, with reasonable care and a bit of common sense, cyber fraud can be prevented. But if the theft occurs because you failed to take precautions to protect your email account, it may be time to call your insurer, or your lawyer. Or both. CONTINUE READING...
Category Archives: email hacking
- Ad Valorem Assessments
- Americans with Disabilities Act
- Attorneys' fees
- Business of Real Estate
- Commercial Brokerage
- Creditor's Rights
- Cyber fraud
- email hacking
- Liens and encumbrances
- Lis Pendens
- Loan guaranties
- Partnerships and LLCs
- Promissory Notes
- Property Tax
- Restrictive Covenants
- If I drop my FDUTPA claim because I realize I can’t prove actual damages, am I still liable for the defendant’s attorney’s fees?
- Does Florida’s homestead protection from creditors extend to sale proceeds invested in securities?
- Reforeclosure – the good, the bad and the ugly
- Can I Get a Money Judgment If I Can’t Locate the Defendant or If He Resides Out of State?
- No right to jury trial in foreclosure, even where lender seeks money judgment on promissory note