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ABA lifts sanctions on Ave Maria law school

NAPLES, Fla. -- Ave Maria School of Law was given good news earlier this month as the Council of the American Bar Association’s Section of Legal Education and Admissions lifted several remedial actions that the body placed on the institution in 2016.

Appeals court says it can't touch immunity denial Florida Highway Patrol suit

TALLAHASSEE -- An appellate court in Florida recently dismissed a case regarding whether the Florida Highway Patrol can exercise sovereign immunity in civil cases.

Appellate court reverses finding of suspected intoxication in workers comp case

TALLAHASSEE — In a recent decision, a Florida appellate court has reversed an opinion, indicating that a workers’ compensation insurer is still on the hook after failing to meet its responsibilities during a 120-day pay and investigative period.

Former NFL star filed over 100 lawsuits against businesses not ADA compliant

FORT LAUDERDALE – Former NFL star and Super Bowl champion Lional Dalton of the Baltimore Ravens sued over 100 businesses for federal Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) violations over a year ago.

3rd District Court of Appeal retroactively applies high court opinion to Allstate PIP case against Hallandale

MIAMI – Florida’s 3rd District Court of Appeal recently applied a state Supreme Court opinion retroactively to a case involving an Allstate Insurance Co. policy for personal injury protection (PIP).