JACKSONVILLE — A Florida law school has failed the U.S. Department of Education’s gainful-employment test, which measures debt-to-earnings ratios, according to a report released by the agency last month.
TALLAHASSEE – A partner at Holland & Knight who entered law school at the age of 32 after a decade in retail management was recently recognized for his pro bono work in international child abduction cases.
ORLANDO — A lawsuit alleging USA Transporter Services Inc. misclassified workers in an attempt to avoid paying mandatory taxes on their behalf reflects a rise in earnings or “wage and hour” disputes in Florida and around the country.
TALLAHASSEE – In a petition to the Florida Supreme Court, the Florida Bar requested that the court suspend the license of Florida attorney Bruce Fehr, who is serving a three-year sentence for possession of child pornography.
TALLAHASSEE – The Florida
Supreme Court granted attorney Patrick John Hammergren’s request for
disciplinary revocation, which is tantamount to disbarment, with permission to apply
for readmission after five years.
JACKSONVILLE – More than 200 attorneys in the 4th Judicial Circuit were honored recently for the 2015 pro bono service they provided to vulnerable populations in northeast Florida during a luncheon at the Duval County Courthouse.