Legal Roundup

BARKER & COOK P.A.: Fulltime accuses CBS Interactive of breach of contract

By Barker & Cook, P.A. | Aug 3, 2018

When a company in Florida begins to experience periods of financial difficulty, it could decide to pursue relief by entering a business relationship with another party.

KUHN LAW FIRM: Why Do I Need a Pour-Over Will if I Have a Florida Trust?

By Kuhn Law Firm, P.A. | Aug 3, 2018

You often hear estate planning lawyers–including us–talk about the benefits of using a revocable living trust.

STEVEN A. MASON P.A.: Wills and Trusts: Advantages and Disadvantages

By Steven A Mason, P.A. | Aug 3, 2018

Florida is a state where approximately 20 percent of the population is over the age of 65, which is higher than average.

WHITTEL & MELTON LLC: Sextortion Cases on the Rise in Pasco County

By Whittel & Melton, LLC | Jul 29, 2018

The Pasco County Sheriff’s Office is warning people of online extortion crimes on the rise in the area, also known as “sextortion.

KUHN LAW FIRM: Can Your Florida Estate Collect Any Refunds Owed to You?

By Kuhn Law Firm, P.A. | Jul 29, 2018

In preparing your Florida estate plan, it is generally a good idea to make a list of all the assets you presently own.

ALL FAMILY LAW GROUP P.A.: The Complications of Dividing Public Pensions in Divorce

By All Family Law Group, P.A. | Jul 29, 2018

Dividing property in divorce, particularly benefits that have not vested, and thus, will not be directly payable until a later date, present severe challenges.

WHITTEL & MELTON LLC: What can you do as the victim of a crime that the Government elects NOT to prosecute? Whittel & Melton, Florida Negligence Trial Lawyers

By Whittel & Melton, LLC | Jul 29, 2018

Two former University of Miami football players avoided jail time after accusations that they raped an intoxicated female student in a dorm room on the Coral Gables campus.

MICHAEL L. FEINSTEIN P.A.: Administrative Law Is Often A Mystery To Many People

By Michael L. Feinstein, P.A. | Jul 29, 2018

During the course of your business, you will more than likely come into contact with one or more federal or Florida agencies such as the Environmental Protection Agency or the Occupational Safety and Health Administration whose responsibilities are to enforce rules and regulations.

SOREIDE LAW GROUP: Gradient Securities LLC Representative Hit with Arbitration Case

By Soreide Law Group | Jul 29, 2018

According to the customer between December 2017 and February 2018, Lattz improperly liquidated the customer’s variable annuity account, causing the customer to experience losses and penalties.

SOREIDE LAW GROUP: Customer alleges First Allied Sold Unsuitable Alternative Investments

By Soreide Law Group | Jul 29, 2018

Douglas Keith Hyer, who has been registered representative of First Allied Securities, Inc. since January 31, 2013, disclosed on FINRA BrokerCheck that he has been named in customer-initiated-related written complaint date April 21, 2018, in which the First Allied Securities customer alleged that Hyer put the customer in alternative investments that were not suitable for the customer, and made misrepresentations in reference to the liquidity of those products.

GORDON & DONER P.A.: 5 Tips for Sharing the Road with Semi-Trucks

By Gordon & Doner, P.A. | Jul 29, 2018

An auto accident involving a semi-truck can lead to victims suffering serious injuries and possibly death. For this reason, it is important to know how to drive safely around a semi-truck or large commercial vehicle.

WHITTEL & MELTON LLC: Are You an Uber User? Beware of Vomit Fraud!

By Whittel & Melton, LLC | Jul 29, 2018

If you are an Uber user, you may want to check your latest trip bill.

MICHAEL L. FEINSTEIN: Overbilling Leads To Class Action Litigation

By Michael L. Feinstein, P.A. | Jul 29, 2018

There are instances in which many people can be affected by a single related issue. When the problem results in those individuals suffering damages, there may be reason for the affected parties to seek compensation.

MASTERSON HOAG & SMITH P.A.: Judge Denies Motion to Cap Damages in Medical Malpractice Suit

By Florida Supreme Court | Jul 20, 2018

Florida Supreme Court declared that some damage caps in medical malpractice lawsuits were unconstitutional.

SOUTH FLORIDA INJURY LAW FIRM: A Florida Driver hits you on your bike - What do you do next?

By South Florida Injury Law Firm | Jul 20, 2018

After a Bicycle Accident – Do’s Follow these suggestions to protect your rights after a bicycle accident that involves a vehicle.

KUHN LAW FIRM: Do You Need to Revise Your Beneficiary Designations After a Divorce?

By Kuhn Law Firm, P.A. | Jul 20, 2018

You may not realize it, but you may own assets that do not pass as part of your regular Florida estate plan.

WHITTEL & MELTON, LLC: Why Florida Negligent Security Lawsuits Matter – Florida Premises Liability Injury & Death Lawyer

By Whittel & Melton, LLC | Jul 18, 2018

Broward Sheriffs Deputies assigned to guard the baggage claim area of the Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport on Jan. 6, 2017 when a shooting occurred that killed five people and injured another six, were not actually at their assigned posts.

FREIDIN BROWN: Child Injuries Involving Negligent Medical Care

By Freidin Brown, P.A. | Jul 18, 2018

Medical malpractice and personal injury cases are never easy experiences, but they can be profoundly devastating when victims are children.

FREIDIN BROWN P.A.: Attorneys Jonathan Freidin, Gregory d’Incelli Named to Florida Trend’s 2018 Florida Legal Elite

By Freidin Brown, P.A. | Jul 15, 2018

Freidin Brown, P.A. is pleased to announce that two of our firm’s attorneys – Jonathan E. Freidin and Gregory S. d’Incelli – have been named to this year’s list of Florida Legal Elite by Florida Trend. Both Attorneys were recognized for their work in Civil Trial Law.

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