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Time for a Legislative Overhaul of the Sunshine in Litigation Act

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The Sunshine in Litigation Act became law in 1990 at the time of a national movement to limit the availability of protective orders covering documents and information produced during discovery, particularly in product liability actions.1 A t the time, it was perceived that protective orders and sealed court records were being used with increasing frequency...

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...

Taking the Fight to the Bullies: Tortious Interference Liability for Both Employer and Attorney on Baseless Restrictive Covenants, Part I

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https://www.floridabar.org/the-florida-bar-journal/taking-the-fight-to-the-bullies-tortious-interference-liability-for-both-employer-and-attorney-on-baseless-restrictive-covenants-part-i/

Say the words “tortious interference” to any attorney familiar with litigation concerning noncompete and nonsolicitation agreements, and he or she will almost certainly associate it with claims against a former employee for allegedly soliciting the former employer’s customers, or with the employee’s new employer for causing the employee to violate a restrictive covenant. Very few...

2010: Space Law in the Sunshine State

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https://www.floridabar.org/the-florida-bar-journal/2010-space-law-in-the-sunshine-state/

This article endeavors to increase a general awareness about space law and to highlight the key laws governing private sector spaceflight in Florida. Great efforts are made by elected officials and other stakeholders to promote the state as a unique geo-political gateway to the Caribbean and Latin and South America. At least an equal amount...

The Continuing Story of Certiorari

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https://www.floridabar.org/the-florida-bar-journal/the-continuing-story-of-certiorari/

Certiorari. Even the word’s pronunciation confounds many attorneys, with no fewer than a half-dozen lingual variations in use.1 Elocution is relatively inconsequential, however, when compared with the complexities surrounding the writ’s application. The writ of certiorari is a critical part of Florida’s highly developed appellate system. This article focuses on common law certiorari, to be...

On the Move 8-15-09

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https://www.floridabar.org/the-florida-bar-news/on-the-move-8-15-09/

On the Move Michael A. Hanzman is now of counsel to Ackerman Link & Sartory and has launched the firm’s new office in Miami. Hanzman practices in the areas of securities arbitration, complex commercial litigation, and select class actions. Reginald (Tony) Moss, Jr., has opened the Broward County branch of the Law Office of Tony...

Employment Law for Law Firms: Do the Shoemaker’s Children Need New Shoes?, Part 1

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https://www.floridabar.org/the-florida-bar-journal/employment-law-for-law-firms-do-the-shoemakers-children-need-new-shoes-part-1/

You love that your secretary Betty plows through lunch to get your letters done and out to the client, taking bites of her turkey on rye in between keystrokes. You empathize with summer associate Joe, working until midnight, zealously getting your research done, and think back to your own days of late nights and flash...

Annual Reports of the Committees of The Florida Bar

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Admiralty Law The Admiralty Law Committee had a busy year keeping up with many evolving issues in admiralty and maritime law. Since the practice of maritime law requires expertise in legal doctrines and procedures that are distinct from land-based law, the committee emphasizes continuous education. In addition to programs and materials provided by the committee...

March 1, 2009 News and Notes

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https://www.floridabar.org/the-florida-bar-news/news-and-notes-302/

News and Notes E. John Wagner II led a panel discussion on “Planning Strategies for Loss Recognition and in Debtor-Creditor Transactions” at the ABA Taxation Section Midyear Meeting in New Orleans. Barry A. Nelson, of Nelson & Nelson in North Miami Beach, presented estate planning and special needs topics at the 43rd Annual Heckerling Institute...

March, 2009 Books

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https://www.floridabar.org/the-florida-bar-journal/books-23/

Waking the Sleeping Demon: 26 Hours of Terror in Atlanta The True Story of the Atlanta Courthouse Shootings Shoran Reid March 11, 2005, began like any other trial Friday at the Fulton County Courthouse. Assistant District Attorney Ash Joshi showed up a little late that morning, nonetheless ready to wrap up the rape retrial of...

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