ORLANDO -- A disputed estate has caused Metropolitan Life Insurance to file an interpleader complaint and bow out of the fray, leaving the court to decide which sister gets the insurance money.The sisters, however, took it upon themselves recently to settle their dispute.
TAMPA — Many military veterans suffer from post-traumatic stress disorder, but if they are discharged with anything less than an honorable discharge they cannot get the mental-health treatment they need.
MIAMI — The 3rd District Court of Appeal recently overturned a jury’s award of $1.3 million to a Coral Gables woman who claimed she suffered emotional distress after a man who worked for a security company allegedly took video of her several years ago.
TALLAHASSEE — The Florida 1st District Court of Appeals decided against the plaintiff in a workers-compensation case because he sought to change primary doctors from a family practice physician to an orthopedist.
TALLAHASSEE -- Attorney Gregory Katsas with Jones Day in Washington, representing tobacco company R.J. Reynolds, recently argued before the Florida Supreme Court that in Florida courts, the liability and negligence claims of smokers are preempted by federal law.
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA – Passing Florida’s bar exam can be a daunting task, and one law school dean recently expressed his frustration at the entire law school admissions process after a high number of students at his school failed the exam.
TALLAHASSEE— Hillsborough Circuit Court Judge Gregory Holder recently found himself in a place many Florida judges aspire to be in – the Florida Supreme Court. But he was facing a disciplinary panel, not hearing a case, after going above and beyond a judge's duties in helping a veteran.