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Governor Scott Signs Public Records Bill: Relief for Florida Agencies

05.24.17

by: Leonard J. Dietzen, III

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Finally Relief for Florida Agencies: Safe Harbor with Public Records Requests

05.03.17

by: Leonard J. Dietzen, III

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U.S. Supreme Court Determines Scope of the Administrative Exhaustion Requirement Under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act

03.06.17

by: Hannah D. Monroe

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US Supreme Court Holds That Qualified Immunity Bars 4th Amendment Claim in Deadly Police Force Case

01.30.17

by: Hannah D. Monroe

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Mental Health, Baker Act and Firearms: What's an Agency to do?

01.10.17

by: J. David Marsey

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Attorney's Fees Under Florida's Public Records Act: Taking Intent Out of the Equation

04.25.16

by: Leonard J. Dietzen, IIILindy K. Keown

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Body-Worn Cameras for Law Enforcement Officers: Many Questions, Few Answers

01.06.15

by: Leonard J. Dietzen, III

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Sovereign Immunity Bars Suits For Damages Against States Under The FMLA's Self-Care Provision

04.19.12

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Litigating a Claim Against a Government Official After Denial of a Dispositive Motion Raising Qualified Immunity

08.23.11

by: J. Richard Caldwell, Jr.

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Court Affirms: Public Meetings Open to Public but Not for Speaking

04.01.10

by: Leonard J. Dietzen, III

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The U.S. Supreme Court Announces New Rule for First Amendment Free Speech Cases: Public Employee Whistle-blowers Need Not Apply

09.29.06

by: Leonard J. Dietzen, III


"Gallagher v. Manatee County: The Sovereign Immunity Cap for FCRA Claims Includes Attorneys' Fees and Costs," Vol. 80, Florida Bar Journal No. 5 (May

05.01.06


 
 
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