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Annual Reports of Committees of The Florida Bar 2019-2020

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Adoption Law Certification Admiralty Law Admiralty and Maritime Law Certification Advertising Antitrust and Trade Regulation Certification Appellate Board Certification Appellate Court Rules Aviation Law Aviation Law Certification Board of Legal Specialization and Education Business Litigation Board Certification City, County and Local Government Law Certification Civil Trial Certification Civil Procedure Rules Clients’ Security Fund Code and Rules...

Committee moves rule on ex parte filings

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A proposed new rule to govern the filing of ex parte motions has narrowly won initial approval from the Rules of Judicial Administration Committee. The committee initially deadlocked 15-15 on proposed Rule 2.421, leaving it to Chair Judge Josephine Gagliardi to cast the deciding vote allowing the rule to go forward. Committee member Sandy Solomon,...

Silverstein offers perspective on technology and rules

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With the advent of electronic court filing and Florida courts switching from a paper-based to an electronic records system, changes in law practices and with lawyers’ interactions with the courts have been coming hard and fast. And technology continues to evolve for lawyers and the courts as the legal system seeks to mesh principles and...

The Issues Under Florida Law Relating to “Personal Goodwill” in a Dissolution of Marriage, Part II

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Over the years, Florida courts have been called upon to address “goodwill” in dissolution of marriage cases. The law, which has remained in line with Thompson v. Thompson, 576 So. 2d 267 (Fla. 1991), has created problems for lawyers, experts, and judges in trying to determine what role, if any, goodwill plays in the equitable...

February 1, 2019 News and Notes

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Jorge Espinosa of Espinosa Martinez in Miami discussed Intellectual Property implications in blockchain, copyrights, patents, trade secrets, and private blockchains at a Nova Southeastern University Law Alumni’s Miami breakfast. Louis Reinstein of Kelley Kronenberg has been elected to serve as a board member for the Department of Religion’s Advisory Board at the University of Florida....

September 15, 2018 On the Move

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On the Move C. Graham Carothers, Jr., Timothy M. Hughes, Gregory-Scott R. Haney, and Cate Wells join Trenam Law as shareholders and Matt Poling joins as an associate in its real estate and land use practices. Carothers, Hughes, and Haney work in the St. Petersburg office. Wells practices in the St. Petersburg and Tampa offices....

Amendments proposed by the Committee on Standard Jury Instructions in Contract and Business Cases

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Amendments proposed by the Committee on Standard Jury Instructions in Contract and Business Cases The Supreme Court Committee on Standard Jury Instructions in Contract and Business Cases (Committee) has submitted to the Florida Supreme Court a report proposing amendments to the “How to Use this Book” section, and to the following existing jury instructions: 416.4...

Florida’s Noncompete Statute: “Reasonable” or “Truly Obnoxious?”

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Florida’s noncompete statute, F.S. §542.335, governs the enforceability of noncompete agreements. The statute uses the word “reasonable,” or a derivation of it, 17 times. Reasonableness is the primary standard resorted to throughout the statute to determine whether a noncompete agreement is enforceable. This includes a core requirement in the statute that noncompete agreements must be...

Healers Barred from Healing: Physician Noncompete Agreements

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In Anton Chekhov’s story, “The Grasshopper,” Olga Ivanovna marries a physician, Osip Stepanitch Dymov, whom she sees as a “simple, very ordinary, and in no way remarkable man.”1 Olga denigrates her husband while she reveres others as “celebrities.” What does Chekhov’s Olga have to do with restrictive covenants? The conclusion of this article provides an...

February 1, 2018 On the Move

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https://www.floridabar.org/the-florida-bar-news/on-the-move-134/

On the Move Michelle Suskauer, the president-elect of The Florida Bar, joined Miami-based Dimond Kaplan & Rothstein as a partner focusing on criminal defense. Allen J. McKenna of Orlando has been elected managing partner of FordHarrison, a management-side labor and employment law firm. Christopher J.M. Collings has joined Saul Ewing Arnstein & Lehr in Miami...

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