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Design of law firms changes nationwide

By Katelyn Kivel | Dec 8, 2016

MIAMI  -- The law firm of the future likely will look different from the office aesthetics of today, according to one designer.

Florida, Houston schools part of emerging higher education trademark dispute trend

By Katelyn Kivel | Dec 8, 2016

Two similar cases with very different results in Florida and Texas are part of an uptick in institutions of higher education getting into legal battles over trademark violations.

Wynwood arts district becomes home to 'irreverent' law firm AXS

By Katelyn Kivel | Nov 18, 2016

MIAMI – While most law firms base their operations out of regal-looking buildings at a city’s heart, Miami-based firm AXS Law Group has taken a different approach. AXS’ new space, decorated with murals by Andrew Antonaccio, ROA and Johnny Robles, is located at 2121 N.W. 2nd Ave in the main artery of Miami’s Wynwood arts district.

Tampa attorney starts service on Bar’s Administrative Practice Certification Committee

By Katelyn Kivel | Jul 7, 2016

TAMPA – An attorney from the Tampa Environmental Practice of the law firm Greenberg Traurig started serving as a member of the Florida Bar’s State and Federal Government Administrative Practice Certification Committee on July 1.

FAMU student election prompts legal battle

By Katelyn Kivel | Jun 23, 2016

TALLAHASSEE – A contested student government election at Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University (FAMU) is poised to have wide legal ramifications for universities and students outside the Rattler community.

Clearwater firm hires Adam Bugg as new personal injury, criminal defense attorney

By Katelyn Kivel | May 24, 2016

CLEARWATER – Tampa Bay-area law firm Carlson, Meissner, Hart & Hayslett PA recently hired attorney Adam R. Bugg. 

Outdated red light law at the heart of recent case

By Katelyn Kivel | Apr 11, 2016

TALLAHASSEE – At issue in a recent Florida Supreme Court decision is an old version of the state’s red light camera procedures, which was found to be unfair to drivers of rental cars.

Nissan accused of playing favorites with Florida franchise

By Katelyn Kivel | Apr 4, 2016

TALLAHASSEE – Nissan North America is in hot water over alleged preferential treatment for certain dealerships in possible violation of Florida law.

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