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State senator introduces bill to end closed primaries in Florida

By John Myers | Mar 28, 2017

A Florida state senator is looking to end an era of Democratic dominance in several state elections.

Florida AG fights for allegedly overdue payments from tobacco industry

By John Myers | Mar 6, 2017

TALLAHASSEE — A three-way dispute between two tobacco companies and the state of Florida attorney general's office has lead to a haze of confusion.

Source Capital to pay over $1 million in fines, damages following FINRA arbitration

By John Myers | Feb 12, 2017

TAMPA – A Florida-based firm has been awarded over $1 million following a Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) arbitration.

Florida car dealership facing possible Lemon Law fight

By John Myers | Feb 6, 2017

CLEARWATER, Fla. – A Clearwater car dealership is facing the bitter taste of a Lemon Law lawsuit.

Florida betting on appeals court to back blackjack bid

By John Myers | Feb 4, 2017

TALLAHASSEE — The state of Florida has appealed a U.S. district judge's ruling to continue the Seminole Tribe's exclusive rights to offer blackjack games in its casinos.

Sarasota-based lawyer honored for pro bono service

By John Myers | Jan 24, 2017

TALLAHASSEE — A Sarasota-based lawyer recently earned some recognition after devoting her life to helping the those who are less fortunate.

Palm Beach Gardens lawyer named to list of top 100 trusts and estates lawyers

By John Myers | Jan 17, 2017

PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. — The state of Florida can claim at least one of its many certified trust and estate lawyers as one of the top 100 in the country, according to the American Society of Legal Advocates.

2017 brings new law firm for St. Petersburg attorney

By John Myers | Jan 8, 2017

ST. PETERSBURG– For attorney Alison Steele, 2017 will mean striking out on her own with a new law firm.

Deltona city ordinance raises First Amendment questions, draws harsh criticism

By John Myers | Dec 4, 2016

DELTONA -- A newly proposed Deltona city ordinance designed to promote civility among city employees and elected officials is inspiring some very uncivil responses.

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