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Alimony Guidelines – Coming Soon in Florida

Many eyes are on the Florida Legislature as it makes its final tweaks to the much-anticipated alimony reform bill. With the legislative session ending on April 30, 2015, a bill that would eliminate permanent alimony and remove the existing categories of bridge-the-gap, rehabilitative, durational, or permanent alimony is expected to […]

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Tort & Insurance Practice Newsletter, August 2014

We are pleased to release the August 2014 TIPS Newsletter with the following articles: Back to Basics: The Second District Court of Appeals Recently Reminded us that Premises Liability Claims are About More than Just Notice, by Richard Akin Get to Know Bill Boltrek Recent Victories John Lewis Retires 2014 Claims Defense-Update […]

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Tort & Insurance Practice Alert: September 2013

The Third DCA Approves of Critical Areas for Impeachment of a Plaintiff’s “Hybrid” Expert Fort Myers Trial Attorney Traci McKee discusses the recent decision in Disla v. Blanco and its impact on a defense lawyer’s ability to cross-examine a plaintiff’s treating physician in the September 2013 Alert, The Third DCA Approves of Critical Areas for Impeachment […]

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Tort & Insurance Practice Alert: May 2013

SB286: A Bill Limiting the Individual Liability of Design Professionals Florida Construction Law Attorney J. Matthew Belcastro has provided a brief summary of the recent bill signed into law by Governor Rick Scott. The purpose of the law is to assist design professionals in avoiding personal liability under certain circumstances. To download and […]

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