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Application of the Florida-Friendly Landscaping Statute to Homeowner Disputes Regarding Violation of Restrictive Covenants

Solo and Small Firm
Most homeowner and condominium associations have restrictive covenants governing the aesthetic appearance of units within each respective association. Often these...

Flyover: The Potential Impact of Agroterrorism and Bioterrorism within Agricultural Aerial Application Operations

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Notions of agroterrorism and bioterrorism as methods of control to deplete infrastructure have been present since the beginning of known...

Crash Test: Highway Medians, Auto Collisions, and Sovereign Immunity

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Hitting a tree located in the highway median risks serious injury or death. However, Florida drivers may recover damages resulting...

Beast of (Shifting) Burden: What Constitutes Undue Burden Sufficient to Shift ESI Production Costs Under Fla. R. Civ. P. 1.280?

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While most companies (and people) store the majority of their information electronically, discovery of electronically stored information (ESI) has lagged...

Garnishing a Lawyer’s Trust Account: Actions to be Taken by Lawyer Garnishee

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In 2008, the Florida Supreme Court authorized the garnishment of a lawyer’s trust account pursuant to Arnold, Matheny and Eagan,...

Improving Appellate Oral Arguments Through Tentative Opinions and Focus Orders

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One of the primary effects of oral argument is to give false hope to the losing party. You’re not likely...

A Grave Situation: Protecting the Deceased and Their Final Resting Places from Destruction

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Eternal resting places are under threat and the dead are finding that eternity is not forever after all. History is...

Florida Agriculture: Still in the Crosshairs

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A November 1995 Florida Bar Journal article, “Florida Agriculture: In the Crosshairs,”1 stressed the need of conveying the importance of...

Udder Nonsense? The Emerging Issue of Raw Milk Sales in Florida, Part II: Legal Liability

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Producers of unpasteurized “raw” milk face significant legal liability. Pasteurization is “the application of heat to destroy human pathogens in...

Udder Nonsense? The Emerging Issue of Raw Milk Sales in Florida, Part I: Regulation

Solo and Small Firm
A growing number of consumers are devotees of unpasteurized “raw” cow, goat, and sheep milk. Pasteurization is “the application of...