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Court declines to adopt permissive cy pres rule

Regular News
The Florida Supreme Court has declined to adopt a proposed rule of civil procedure that would have allowed unclaimed funds...

Board to discuss ‘Prohibited Conduct for Suspended and Disbarred Attorneys’ rule

Regular News
The Board of Governors is scheduled to consider proposed changes to Rule 3-6.1, “Prohibited Conduct for Suspended and Disbarred Attorneys,”...

Governor signs bill helping abused and neglected kids in court

Regular News
A bill aimed at helping abused and neglected children in dependency court is now Florida law after unanimously passing both...

Florida Fellows Institute recognizes Class IV graduates

Regular News
The Florida Fellows Institute of The American College of Trust and Estate Counsel recently recognized 29 graduates of the program’s...

First DCA American Inn of Court celebrates 10th Anniversary

Regular News
The First District Appellate American Inn of Court celebrated its 10th Anniversary this year. It recognized the milestone in numerous...

Presidential Perspectives: Terry Russell — 2001-02

Columns
As part of a project to document the history of The Florida Bar, the former presidents were asked to comment...

U.S. Northern District of Florida need a magistrate judge in Tallahassee

Announcements
The Judicial Conference of the United States is expected to authorize the appointment of a full time United States magistrate...

Measure to protect judicial assistants’ privacy falls short

Regular News
A bill to keep personal information about judicial assistants confidential — similar to the protections afforded judges and law enforcement...

House doesn’t consider CRC amendments

Regular News
Time ran out in the 2019 Florida legislative session for two constitutional amendments affecting the Constitution Revision Commission as the...

PI damages cap bill falters in the Legislature

Regular News
A proposal to impose a $1 million cap on non-economic damages in personal injury cases survived several House committee votes,...