GAINESVILLE – Virgil Hawkins opened the door to the legal profession for African-American lawyers in Florida, and the legal profession has not forgotten his sacrifices.
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TALLAHASSEE – The red-light camera program across South Florida is on hold pending the result of multiple court cases.
ORLANDO - One of Florida’s largest domestic abuse shelters is facing a lawsuit from its former CEO, who alleges that the Orlando-based non-profit breached her contract by letting her go in February.
MIAMI – A Miami lawyer has been accused of forging the signatures of seven circuit court and Broward County judges on documents related to structured settlements cases.
TALLAHASSEE – The Florida Attorney General’s office has reached a multi-million dollar settlement with homebuilder KB Homes and its subsidiaries to repair homes found to not meet certain construction requirements.
TAMPA – Fantasy sports sites are operating in Florida despite laws that seem to forbid them, but new legislation may turn the gamble into a sure thing.
ORLANDO – Robert Hosch Jr., the founder of Butler & Hosch law firm, has begun the process to resign from the Florida Bar Association but admits no wrongdoing.
GAINESVILLE – Gainesville company Uber Promotions won an injunction against the rideshare company Uber Technologies Inc., limiting the use of its brand name until judgment is rendered in a trademark infringement suit between the two companies.
A lawyer has been accused of having sex with an inmate in an interview room at the Broward Sheriff's Office, but her attorney says that the allegations have an ulterior motive.
TALLAHASSEE – Florida lawmakers have approved changes to the state’s death penalty sentencing system in response to the U.S. Supreme Court ruling that the old system was unconstitutional.
TALLAHASSEE — Despite the compromise reached between public records advocates and lawmakers last month, controversial Senate Bill 1220 regarding Public Records did not pass in the Florida House of Representatives.