TALLAHASSEE — Consumer advocates are hailing a new Florida law requiring life insurance companies to inform policyholders of their right to consult with a professional before agreeing to changes in their policies.
MIAMI -- Corporations are allowed to invoke federal Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organization statutes to litigate fraud claims, but they have to prove that those accused were acting in collusion, says a Miami attorney and expert on the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organization Act.
ST. LOUIS – Plaintiffs attorneys throughout the country, including in Florida, are working to bring alleged victims of talc to court following two multimillion-dollar judgments rendered in a St. Louis district court.
LAKELAND – Hillsborough County’s minimum fair rule is meant to separate and protect two very different modes of for-hire transportation, according to Kyle Cockream, the executive director of the county’s Public Transportation Commission (PTC).
LAKELAND – The practice of mixing patient-specific medicines, known as compounding, has become big business in the pharmaceutical industry, but it’s not without risk, as evidenced by a lawsuit being considered in Florida courts against a lab accused of mixing a fatal mix of pain medicine.