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Index to Vol. 87 of The Florida Bar Journal (2013)

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Author Index A Adams, Carla-Michelle Grandparents, Guns, and Guardianship: Incapacity and the Right to Bear Arms D 48 Adler, Andrew L. Retaining Federal Jurisdiction Over Settlement Agreements After Shaz Ap 20 Albrecht, Bretton C. Fee Simple: A Procedural Primer on Appellate Attorneys’ Fees and Costs F 24 Amitrano, Scott S. Elimination of Florida Terms of...

March 15, 2013 On the Move

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On the Move Ian Ronderos of Miami and Kelly Corcoran of Ft. Lauderdale were elected to partnership in Walton Lantaff Schroeder & Carson. Ronderos focuses his practice on first-party and third-party insurance defense litigation and policy limits demand opinions. Corcoran focuses his practice on liability insurance coverage and bad faith. Andrew W. Lennox and Casey...

Federal Computer Fraud and Abuse Act: Employee Hacking Legal in California and Virginia, But Illegal in Miami, Dallas, Chicago, and Boston

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The Federal Computer Fraud and Abuse Act, 18 U.S.C. §1030 (CFAA), criminalizes certain computer-related behavior and, if the damage exceeds $5,000 over a single year, provides a civil remedy for its victims. The Ninth Circuit in United States v. Nosal, 676 F.3d 854 (9th Cir. 2012) (en banc), recently held that the CFAA does not...

The Benefits of Tax Planning as Part of the Acquisition of an International Business

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In certain situations, the acquisition of a business presents an opportunity for a buyer to structure a company’s operations into a more optimal tax structure. Many businesses, especially start-up businesses, have grown from the ground up. Tax planning in the early stages of a business generally will allow the business to be structured in a...

Florida Appellate Rules Should Allow for Interlocutory Appeal of Decisions to Deny Jury Trial

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The right of trial by jury shall be secure to all and remain inviolate.1 In [s]uits at common law, where the value in controversy shall exceed twenty dollars, the right of trial by jury shall be preserved, and no fact tried by a jury shall be otherwise re-examined in any [c]ourt of the United States,...

The Tax Benefits and Obstacles to U.S. Businesses in Transferring Foreign Intellectual Property to Foreign Affiliates

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It is quite common that a single business operates through the use of multiple entities such as partnerships, corporations, and, in the international context, through foreign corporations or partnerships. For tax purposes, the intercompany transactions by and among commonly controlled entities may be scrutinized by the IRS and the income, deductions, credits, and other allowances...

Criminal case jury instructions

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Criminal case jury instructions THE SUPREME COURT COMMITTEE ON STANDARD JURY INSTRUCTIONS IN CRIMINAL CASES submits the following amended and new instructions to the Florida Standard Jury Instructions in Criminal Cases for comment. The committee proposes the following instructions: 7.11 PENALTY PROCEEDINGS – CAPITAL CASES 11.10(c) LEWD OR LASCIVIOUS MOLESTATION 13.1 BURGLARY 14.1 THEFT The...

Charting a New Course for Funding Our Courts

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Lawmakers will convene next month for a constitutionally mandated session to redraw Florida’s legislative districts, an exercise that will undoubtedly present important challenges. Another challenge is just as crucial: Legislators must redo the boundaries of Florida’s budget to ensure court funding is stable and secure. The current situation has become unworkable. As Florida Supreme Court...

August 15, 2011 On the Move

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https://www.floridabar.org/the-florida-bar-news/on-the-move-255/

On the Move Andre Young and Earnest DeLoach have formed Young DeLoach PLLC, serving the Orlando and Daytona Beach areas. Young will continue his work in personal injury, automobile accidents, bankruptcy, and foreclosure defense, while DeLoach continues his concentration in business, corporate formation, commercial litigation, and government relations. Paul A. Lester of the Law Offices...

Scott G. Hawkins: President of The Florida Bar

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Crazy about baseball when he was a kid, Scott Hawkins could hit, field, and pitch. He may have only been nine years old, but he had a strong arm to throw runners out, honed by practicing with rocks aimed at his younger sister. Except for right field and first base, he played every position in...

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