June 2017 Archives

Why knowledge, skill matter in military divorce cases - II

Last time, our blog began discussing how the unfortunate reality for many of the brave men and women who have made the selfless commitment to protect our nation is that their service can take a very real toll on their home life.

Why knowledge, skill matter in military divorce cases

With the Fourth of July now less than a week away, people are undoubtedly busy solidifying their plans from attending parades to watching fireworks. No matter how people choose to celebrate our nation's adoption of the Declaration of Independence, chances are good that at some point their thoughts will turn to those brave men and women serving in the armed forces.

Florida: Medical malpractice caps unconstitutionally arbitrary

The Florida Supreme Court has struck down the caps on non-economic damages that can be awarded in medical malpractice cases. The caps were passed into law in 2003 in the hopes that lowering total damage awards would deter excessive medical malpractice claims and reduce the cost of medical malpractice insurance. Instead, the justices found that the cap unfairly limits crucial compensation for those who need it most.

How Florida's attorney discipline process works

When a person is fairly confident that their attorney has engaged in some manner of malfeasance, they have several options at their disposal. These include pursuing a civil lawsuit if they've suffered some type of financial harm, and/or filing a complaint against the attorney.

Famed attorney hit with legal malpractice lawsuit

Thanks to the proliferation of everything from smartphones and wireless internet to social media and 24-hour cable news networks, we now receive more in-depth coverage of certain events than we ever thought possible. While this phenomenon has served to keep us more informed and more involved, it's also made certain individuals household names.

A closer look at attorney sanctions in Florida - III

In a series of ongoing posts, we've been exploring more about the disciplinary process for attorneys accused of some manner of ethical misconduct. To recap, they will likely be called before the Florida Supreme Court or another agency, which may elect to impose sanctions pursuant to the Standards for Imposing Lawyer Sanctions.

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