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Committee on Technology focuses on cyber security

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Gone are the days when cybercriminals focused exclusively on state secrets and corporate espionage, warns Committee on Technology Chair Beau...

Rules committee looks at remote, in-person juvenile hearings

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In what could be a microcosm for the debate over how to balance in-person and remote court proceedings in a...

Bill would allow drug dealers to be chaged with first-degree murder

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Charging drug dealers with first-degree murder for a customer’s fatal overdose would be easier under a measure approved by a...

Civil settlement rule amendments concern some procedure committee members

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Supreme Court proposed amendments to Florida Rule of Civil Procedure 1.442 on settlement offers, including offers to multiple parties, are...

Broward legal aid programs to host 19th Annual For the Public Good Fundraiser December 1

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Legal Aid Service of Broward County and Coast to Coast Legal Aid of South Florida have announced the return of...

The Mindful Lawyer: ‘So, gather your monkeys and squirrels and let them loose in the garden of your imagination’

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In today’s column we’ll explore a practice that traipses into the territory of mind wandering, yet more precisely meanders into...

Ladis honored with Johnnie M. Ridgely President’s Award

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The Miami-Dade Bar Association recently honored Karen Josefsberg Ladis with its Johnnie M. Ridgely President’s Award for her long-time service...

Court approves rule governing judicial referrals of lawyer misconduct

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A Bar rule amendment that guarantees all judicial complaints about lawyer conduct that result in a dismissal will get a...

Court upholds discovery requests on defense experts

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The relationship between defendants’ insurance companies and the companies’ expert witnesses is discoverable and not subject to the same protections...

FSU Law trial team wins civil rights competition

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The Florida State University College of Law Trial Team won first place in the Fourth Annual Martin Luther King, Jr.,...