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Tort & Insurance Practice Alert, July 2012

The Florida Supreme Court recently amended seven of the Florida Rules of Civil Procedure to address issues related to electronically stored information. Litigation Attorney John Miller provides a summary of these changes to: Rule 1.200, Pretrial Conference Rule 1.201, Complex Litigation Rule 1.280, General Provisions Governing Discovery Rule 1.340, Interrogatories to […]

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Congratulations – It’s a Tax

Florida Bar Board Certified Wills, Trusts & Estate Attorney Eric Gurgold explains the recent changes to the Health Care Reform Act and explains how will individual Americans pay for health care reform and what “Obamacare” means to you in “Congratulations – It’s a Tax!” Click here to download your complimentary copy.

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Tort & Insurance Practice May 2012 Alert

On May 4, 2012, Governor Rick Scott signed legislation aimed to tackle fraud running rampant in Personal Injury Protection (“PIP”) insurance in Florida. Fort Myers Litigation Attorney Kelly Jablonski provides a review of this law in “The New PIP Law: 15 Changes You Need to Know.” Save-the-Date: The Tort & Insurance Practice team […]

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Tort & Insurance Practice Newsletter, January 2012

We are pleased to release the January 2012 TIPS Newsletter, with the following articles: Robert Anderson explains the new changes adjusters need to know in Amendments to Florida Rule of Civil Procedure 1.720 – Mediation Procedures Attorney Spotlight features Kelly Spillman Jablonski, who previously worked at State Farm and Nationwide John Miller discusses the […]

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