MIAMI — Anxiety over President Donald Trump’s executive order on travel issued Jan. 27 has many communities on edge.
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PENSACOLA, Fla. — Greek legend has it that the Argonauts went on a perilous journey to find the fabled golden fleece of immense wealth, according to Britannica.com.
FORT MYERS, Fla. — Six seasonal farmworkers have filed suit against their former employer over wage issues and record keeping.
MIAMI – The Florida Third District Court of Appeal on Dec. 28 rebuffed a request by four undocumented immigrant children from El Salvador for legal dependency status with the court or an appropriate state agency.
PENSACOLA – The Pensacola-based Cardoso Law Offices recently increased their legal reach along the Florida Panhandle.
ORLANDO -- Stemming from a May 24 court-ordered suspension, former Altamonte attorney William Glenn Roy III has been disbarred by the state of Florida for charges related to cocaine possession, using a firearm while under the influence and misappropriating escrow money.
NAPLES, Florida -- Seventy-five years since the deadly Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, the Ave Maria School of Law marked the infamous day with a ceremony renaming the school’s library the Veterans Memorial Law Library.
FORT LAUDERDALE, Florida – One of the thousands of cases developed following the end of the Engle progeny suit filed in Florida against cigarette manufacturers Philip Morris and R.J. Reynolds (RJR) has marked a victory for those claiming the two companies had purposefully hidden or continued to hide evidence of the addictive power of nicotine.
BREVARD COUNTY – With thirty-one minutes left in 2016, Brevard County Court Judge Alli B. Majeed will abide by Florida law and end his twenty-four year service on the bench. The Dec. 31 resignation makes Majeed the longest serving judge in Brevard County, a career marked by tremendous community involvement along the Space Coast, and caps a great American success story.
TAMPA -- Confusion reigns among Florida businesses and employers following the Florida Supreme Court's April decision in the Marvin Castellanos v. Next Door Company.
NEW YORK – Florida Attorney General Pamela Bondi’s younger brother has recently landed a job with New York City law firm Cahill Gordon & Reindel.
MIAMI – Following the end of her tenure as president of the National Association of Women Judges, Miami-Dade Circuit Judge Lisa Walsh issued a resolution on Oct. 8 asking her fellow state and federal justices to increase the percentage of women and minorities nominated for court-appointed roles.
TALLAHASSEE -- An ongoing, six-year-old legal saga involving dismissed Okaloosa Sheriff's Officers Rick Hord, Jon Bush and John Lee has taken another turn.
WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA – A lawsuit resulting from a 2013 incident involving the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office has been given the green light to proceed by the Florida Fourth District Court of Appeal.
WASHINGTON -- The strong opposition some people have toward presidential candidate Donald Trump has led to the resurrection of a practice started back in 2000.