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Attorney's conduct results in $5,000 sanction order

ATLANTA -- The 11th Circuit Court of Appeals affirmed a sanction order against an attorney who admitted she was wrong but then went back on her word.

Fourth District Court of Appeal reverses and remands tobacco industry wrongful death suit

WEST PALM BEACH – Three judges from the Florida’s 4th District Court of Appeal reversed and remanded a $10.5 million jury wrongful death verdict against two tobacco companies.

Florida Bar accused of anti-competitive conduct

The Florida Bar and a traffic-ticket defense firm are being sued for almost $12 million dollars for anti-competitive conduct.

Florida Supreme Court rules home health services are 'protected legitimate businesses interest'

The Florida Supreme Court has unanimously ruled that referral sources for home health service are a protected legitimate business.

Lawyer says many companies unaware of Americans with Disabilities Act website requirements

Though closed captioning, text to speech and sticky keys are not issues the average internet user worries about, they are for the visually impaired, which is why a group has claimed that Grubhub's website is not compliant with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).

Lawyer says attorney Facebook friendships not necessarily improper

There are no hard and fast rules related to lawyer-judge relationships, especially when it comes to Facebook, according to attorney Braden Perry of Kennyhertz Perry LLC.

Florida Fourth District Court of Appeal reverses ruling in street racing case

The Florida Fourth District Court of Appeal has reversed and remanded a motorcycle accident case back to a trial court.

Case involving closed Wells Fargo safe-deposit box continues

MIAMI – A 2006 case involving an investment has ended concluded, but a 2014 case from the complaint that includes a closed safe-deposit box remains in pleading.

Appeals court rules only a prevailing party can receive appellate attorney fees

MIAMI – Only a prevailing party is entitled to have appellate attorney fees paid, according to a 3rd District Court of Appeal ruling.

Steven Warner celebrates 35 years with Florida Bar

STUART — Attorney Steven Warner is celebrating 35 years with the third largest legal association in the nation.