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ROSENBAUM PLLC SPONSORS $75,000 ROSENBAUM PLLC GRAND PRIX HELD AT PALM BEACH INTERNATIONAL EQUESTRIAN CENTER ON JANUARY 13, 2019

For Immediate Release Jennifer Wood and Summer Grace for Jennifer Wood Media, Inc. Wellington, FL – January 13, 2019 – The first week of the 2019 Winter Equestrian Festival (WEF) concluded competition on Sunday, January 13, with the $75,000 Rosenbaum PLLC Grand Prix at the Palm Beach International Equestrian Center. Beat Mändli (SUI) and Simba, read more…

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Rosenbaum PLLC Opens Stuart Office

  FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Rosenbaum PLLC Opens Stuart Office     West Palm Beach, FL  –  Daniel S. Rosenbaum, Managing Member of Rosenbaum PLLC, has announced the opening of its full service Stuart Office on January 1, 2019, located at 1330 S.E. Federal Highway, Stuart, FL (772) 252-3536.  The expansion of Rosenbaum PLLC into Stuart read more…

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Can Condominiums Charge Capital Contribution Fees?

  By: Steven R. Braten, Shareholder and Paula S. Marra, Senior Associate Rosenbaum PLLC   Our condominium association clients frequently ask whether they can charge “a new owner fee” or a “working contribution” or “capital contribution” to buyers of a unit.  We respond “no”.  After our condominium clients get over the initial shock we didn’t read more…

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How horses, opioid crisis intersect

    Palm Beach Post —  Friday, November 16, 2018   WELLINGTON — Florida’s opioids emergency means Wellington cannot require organizers of certain winter equestrian events to make about $1 million in road improvements, village officials concluded. Confused? Saddle up for the latest twist in a long-running case involving some of Wellington’s most powerful players. read more…

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Everything You Now Need to Know About Term Limits for Directors

  By: Steven R. Braten, Shareholder & Lauren B. Feffer, Shareholder Rosenbaum PLLC     As election season approaches, condominium associations have been struggling with the Florida Condominium Act’s new term limits for condominium board members.  The legislature attempted to clarify this section during its last session, resulting in the following language: A board member read more…

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