On October 14, 2011, Corey Harris explained Florida’s standard of director’s liability in his blog post, Am I Personally Liable Simply For Being A Director? As he noted, “[t]he longstanding precedent discussed in Munder v. Circle One Condominium, Inc., 596 So.2d 144 (Fla. 4th DCA 1992), provides that directors are immune from individual liability unless a crime or fraud has been committed or there has been self-dealing or unjust enrichment. As a result, negligent actions are not individually actionable, even if such actions are clearly wrong.”Continue Reading Conduct Your Due Diligence Before Agreeing to Serve as a Director or Officer of an Association – Make Sure Your Are Protected

Post-loss compliance is a significant element of the adjustment process. Policyholders can take the proper precautions and be prepared for potential losses, however, as illustrated in Denise Sze’s recent post on our Property Insurance Coverage Law blog, Courts Affirm that an Insured Must Comply with Post-Loss Duties, a policyholder’s failure to comply with a policy’s post-loss obligations may lead to a forfeiture of the claim.Continue Reading Florida Statute §718.111 Provides Guidelines that Associations Need to Follow