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Cybersecurity — Optimize Your Approach

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Emerging technologies are advancing at a rapid pace and continue to transform the legal profession. Recently, we learned that the...

Attorney Cybersecurity and Supply Chain Risk

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Attorneys from solo practices to large firms generate, modify, collect, exchange, and store both practice information (client lists, escrow account...

Pondering the Future of the Legal Profession

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What is the future of the legal profession? There have been many opinions offered, but some answers are emerging. Generally...

Let’s Talk, ChatGPT: What Will the Judiciary’s Future Look Like?

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In a 2016 article for The Florida Bar Journal,[1] I offered the following question for discussion: Could computers eventually diminish,...

2022-2023 ANNUAL REPORTS of Committees of The Florida Bar

Annual Reports
Admiralty Law Admiralty and Maritime Law Certification Adoption Law Certification Advertising Annual Convention Appellate Board Certification Appellate Court Rules Aviation...

2022-2023 ANNUAL REPORTS of Sections and Divisions of The Florida Bar

Annual Reports
Alternative Dispute Resolution Animal Law Appellate Practice Business Law City, County and Local Government Law Elder Law Entertainment, Arts &...

Corsican Controversy — Be Wary of Wire Transfers

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An old friend from Miami now lives with his family in London, a renown international travel hub. They have made...

Cybersecurity Threats To Critical Infrastructure

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Cyberattacks on critical infrastructure are increasing at an alarming rate.[1] A 2022 survey of organizations in the United States, Japan,...

When Cybersecurity Goes Wrong: Breach Notice Obligations Under the Florida Information Protection Act

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Sometimes even with thorough cybersecurity policies and procedures, something goes wrong. With the rise of ransomware[1] and phishing attacks,[2] as...

Concurrals, Dissentals, and this Commental

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Increasingly, appellate judges are “writing dissents from, and concurrences in, orders denying rehearing en banc[2] — colloquially known as dissentals...