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March 2021, Letters

Letters
Foreclosures In a case decided in 2017, Florida’s Fifth District Court of Appeal showed the way to protect borrowers from...

February 1, 2021 Letters

Letters
Civic Virtue Magna Carta was forced upon King John in 1215 on the fields of Runnymede. The king would have...

January 1, 2021 Letters

Letters
Criminal Justice Reform Criminal justice reform is taking place across America. The “three strike,” and “10-20-life” “tough on crime” policies...

December 1, 2020 Letters

Letters
Conflict? Call me crazy, but am I seeing the ridiculous conflict of interest I think I am? The November News...

November 1, 2020 Letters

Letters
Playing the Game? The most sincere compliment I ever received was from opposing counsel in a medical malpractice trial. He...

October 1, 2020 Letters

Letters
Diversity A headline in the September News reads “#YLDisME defies the stereotypes of what a lawyer is and does.” I...

September 1, 2020 Letters

Letters
Courage Required-Courage Inspired Thomas Hobbes, the author of “Leviathan,” written centuries ago, conveyed his thoughts to the world about a...

August 1, 2020 Letters

Letters
Contact Tracing & Lawyers As the COVID-19 pandemic rages on, health-care experts stress the need for contact tracing to help...

July 1, 2020 Letters

Letters
Liaison Seats on the Board of Governors I write to applaud the Special Committee on Non-Voting Board Appointments’ restraint in...

June 1, 2020 Letters

Letters
Changes Here to Stay? I recently read the observation by Daytona Beach columnist Mark Lane that the practices we adopt...