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Administrative Law Section
2014 Pat Dore Conference Administrative Law Conference APA Gridiron Games
This Program Provides An Overview Of Administrative Procedures, Including Case Law Update, Pointers on Practice Before DOAH, Ethical Issues, the Rulemaking Process, Challenges to Agency Statements, Attorney Fees in Administrative Proceedings, Procurement Proceedings, and Public Records Requests. The Program also will feature an Agency General Counsels Roundtable and an Appellate Judges Panel
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Administrative Law Audio Webcast: Ethics for Constitutional Officers -- Part III
This presentation is Part III of the Administrative Law Audio Webcast Series: Ethics for Constitutional Officers (audio and slides over the internet). You may register for the live audio webcasts individually or pay a reduced price for all three live audio webcasts. In addition, you may purchase the audio CD which includes all three webcasts.
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Administrative Law Webcast Series: Update on DOAH Proceedings
The Florida Bar Administrative Law Section is pleased to announce its 2014-2015 Administrative Law Webcast Series: Update on DOAH Proceedings (audio and slides over the internet). You may register for the live audio webcasts individually or pay a reduced price for all three live audio webcasts. In addition, you may purchase the audio CD which includes all three webcasts.
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Advanced Topics in Administrative, Environmental and Government Law Seminar

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Practice Before DOAH
Do you want to know how to conduct administrative hearings, qualify expert witnesses, and behave ethically? Join us for “Practice Before DOAH" on Friday, October 2, 2015, at the Division of Administrative Hearings in Tallahassee. Learn about standing, motion practice, preserving issues for appeal, watch a mock administrative hearing, and hear from a distinguished panel of DOAH ALJs.
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The Florida Bar Administrative Law Section Public Utilities Law Committee in cooperation with the Florida Chapter of the Federal Communications Bar Association present Solving the Puzzles: Updates on Net Neutrality, Public Records, Negotiated Rules, and Cyber Security
This Program Explores Issues Affecting Public Utilities, Telecommunications and Utility Regulation. The Focus is on Net Neutrality and the Federal re-regulation of telecommunications, Public Records, and Cybersecurity. In addition, the Program Considers a Novel and Successful Negotiated Rulemaking at the Department of Health, that Could Be Useful in Other State Agencies.
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The Nuts and Bolts of Bid Protests
This program will provide an overview of the bid protest process and will also discuss recent decisions relating to bid protest and procurement law.
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Alternative Dispute Resolution Section
Arbitration, Effective Joint Opening Sessions, and Ethical Issues for Mediators & Attorneys
Arbitration, Mediation and Updates
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Mediation Conflicts of Interest: Ethical Traps for the Unwary

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Recent Developments in Arbitration - the Revised Florida Arbitration Code and Recent Supreme Court Decisions
In 2013, the Florida Legislature amended the Florida Arbitration Code when it enacted the Revised Uniform Arbitration Act approved by the National Commission on Uniform State Laws and the American Bar Association. Now called the Revised Florida Arbitration Code, Florida has substantially rewritten the statutes governing arbitration. During the amendment process, the United States Supreme Court has decided cases dealing with arbitration under the Federal Arbitration Act, which would preempt the Revised Florida Arbitration Code. This CLE addresses the substantive changes to Florida statutes dealing with arbitration and the decisional law recently handed down by the high court.
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Annual Convention
Animal Law in Florida
The Animal Law Committee presents "Animal Law in Florida".
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Appellate Practice Section
Advanced Appellate Practice and Certification Review 2013
An overview of appellate practice for the advanced practitioner as well as a review in preparation for the certification exam. Those who have developed the program, however, have no information regarding the examination content other than the information contained in the exam specifications which are also provided to each examinee. Candidates for certification who take this course should not assume that the course material will cover all topics on the examination or that the examination will cover all topics in this course.
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Advanced Appellate Practice & Certification Review

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Advanced Appellate Practice & Certification Review

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Differences Among the DCAs

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Practicing Before the First District Court of Appeal

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Practicing Before the Third District Court of Appeal

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Recent Developments in Arbitration - the Revised Florida Arbitration Code and Recent Supreme Court Decisions
In 2013, the Florida Legislature amended the Florida Arbitration Code when it enacted the Revised Uniform Arbitration Act approved by the National Commission on Uniform State Laws and the American Bar Association. Now called the Revised Florida Arbitration Code, Florida has substantially rewritten the statutes governing arbitration. During the amendment process, the United States Supreme Court has decided cases dealing with arbitration under the Federal Arbitration Act, which would preempt the Revised Florida Arbitration Code. This CLE addresses the substantive changes to Florida statutes dealing with arbitration and the decisional law recently handed down by the high court.
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Business Law Section
Bankruptcy Court Evidence Boot Camp: Basics to Advanced

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Bankruptcy Law & Practice: View from the Bench 2014
This course is designed to provide the practitioner with a look from the judicial perspective. Subjects covered will be: Consumer Issues, Chapter 11 Issues and Practice Pointers: A Judicial Perspective.
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Bankruptcy Law & Practice: View from the Bench 2015

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Electronic Discovery and Digital Evidence: Pre-Discovery Through Trial

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Recent Developments in Arbitration - the Revised Florida Arbitration Code and Recent Supreme Court Decisions
In 2013, the Florida Legislature amended the Florida Arbitration Code when it enacted the Revised Uniform Arbitration Act approved by the National Commission on Uniform State Laws and the American Bar Association. Now called the Revised Florida Arbitration Code, Florida has substantially rewritten the statutes governing arbitration. During the amendment process, the United States Supreme Court has decided cases dealing with arbitration under the Federal Arbitration Act, which would preempt the Revised Florida Arbitration Code. This CLE addresses the substantive changes to Florida statutes dealing with arbitration and the decisional law recently handed down by the high court.
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City County and Local Government Law Section
38th Annual Local Government Law in Florida
This seminar will cover topics such as, domestic partnerships and human rights model ordinances; evidence: a refresher course; forfeitures; transitioning to a stand-alone self-insurance program; 1st amendment public demonstrations; public records and HIPPA; eminent domain; shade meetings in Florida; ethical considerations representing local governments and local government officials; the Bradenton Times, Inc. v. Manatee County, case no: 2013-CA-2597; Affd., 137 So. 3d 598 (2nd DCA 2014); quirk in Florida state code enforcement statue presents potential issues for investors buying distressed properties and legislative update.
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