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Few lawyers in Florida face disciplinary actions

Karen Kidd Mar. 30, 2016, 12:19pm

TALLAHASSEE – A Live Oak attorney is one of a relative few lawyers who has endured legal discipline in the state, according to statistics provided by the Florida Bar.

Citizenship Day at Florida Coast Law School expected to be well-staffed

Karen Kidd Mar. 22, 2016, 8:34pm

JACKSONVILLE – With only a few weeks to go, Florida Coastal School of Law's Citizenship Day is expected to be well-staffed with pro bono attorneys but there's room for more, a Jacksonville Bar Association committee chair said.

U.S. District Court injunction provides breathing room in tale of two Ubers in Gainesville

Karen Kidd Mar. 19, 2016, 9:22am

GAINESVILLE – A cleverly worded preliminary injunction is providing breathing room for companies trying to figure out if Gainesville is big enough for two Ubers, a Tampa attorney said in a recent interview.

AG Bondi to seek U.S. SC review of 'no surcharge' challenge

Karen Kidd Mar. 17, 2016, 4:20pm

TALLAHASSEE – Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi will appeal a loss in four companies' constitutional challenge to the state's "no surcharge" laws, which bar surcharges on credit card purchases, to the U.S. Supreme Court, a spokesperson said.

Motions to rehear filed in religious exemption property tax case

Karen Kidd Mar. 10, 2016, 3:33pm

TALLAHASSEE — Defendants in a lawsuit over religious exemption to property taxes levied against a faith-based organization for property it once owned in Santa Rosa County are asking that the case be reheard, the plaintiff's attorney has confirmed.