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TECH TIPS

Keep up with new cases that match your search with the @Fastcase “Add Alert” feature . . .  For additional information on this tip and others, visit the Tech Tips page. 

 

The Florida Bar News

Florida lawyers deploy to the Horn of AfricaThe August 1 Bar News is now available with stories including: 

  • What lawyers need to know about the new overtime rule. 
  • Bar leaders supporting #OrlandoUnited. 
  • The cost of e-filing going up.

 

Access to Justice Survey

The Florida Commission on Access to Civil Justice is seeking feedback from court users representing themselves in civil court. The Self-Represented Litigant Survey is anonymous and will be used to improve self-help services available in Florida's 67 county courts. 

Judicial Vacancies

 

Final ATJ Reports

The Florida Commission on Access to Civil Justice has submitted a Final Report, summarizing its work for the last year and a half and making just one recommendation to the Florida Supreme Court: Continue the Commission. 

The Florida Bar Journal

The July/August issue of The Florida Bar Journal and digital edition are now available online, featuring articles on:

  • William J. Schifino, Jr.: President of The Florida Bar 
  • Strict Product Liability in Florida
  • The Developing World of Cybersecurity Litigation  
  • Standing Residential Mortgage Foreclosure Actions

Proposed Lawyer Referral Service Rule Amendments

For an overview, Q&A, comparison chart, procedural history, policy considerations, the proposed amendments and Bar News stories, please visit www.floridabar.org/proposedLRSamend

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  • PLENTY OF REASONS TO VOTE THIS YEAR

    Column by William J. Schifino, Jr., president of The Florida Bar, and Harry Lee Coe IV, chairman of The Florida Bar's Judicial Administratio...
  • COURT INTERPRETERS STAY BUSY AS MORE IMMIGRANTS MOVE TO TAMPA BAY

    In the past six years, courthouses in Pinellas, Pasco and Hernando counties have all seen a surge in the demand for court interpreters. They...
  • CHEERS: THREE LOCAL LEGAL ICONS ARE RECOGNIZED

    Three members of Jacksonville's law community were recently recognized by the Florida chapter of the American Board of Trial Advocates. "Fou...
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