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Legally Qualified Podcast

RumbergerKirk has launched a new podcast, Legally Qualified, providing strategic legal insight and analysis for the business community. Each episode will lean on the depth of...

Government and Administrative

It’s No Joke: First DCA Upholds Statutory Fines Against Individual Officials for Violations of Florida Firearms Preemption

The Florida Legislature has clearly staked out its role in legislating firearms regulations.  It remains...

Class Actions

‘TransUnion v. Ramirez’: High Court Considers Article III Standing of Absent Class Members

The U.S. Supreme Court on March 31 held oral arguments in a case that may have...

Government and Administrative

Eleventh Circuit Vacates First-of-Its-Kind ADA Website Accessibility Judgment Against Grocery Store Chain

In a long-awaited opinion in Gil v. Winn-Dixie Stores, Inc.,[1] a divided Eleventh Circuit Court...

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Warranty and Lemon Law

Florida Supreme Court Holds FTC’s “Single Document Rule” Does Not Apply to Binding Arbitration Agreements Under Magnuson-Moss Act

On February 18, 2021, the Florida Supreme Court held that binding arbitration of a consumer...

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Government and Administrative

On-Duty Law Enforcement Officers are Entitled to Invoke Marsy’s Law Victim Confidentiality

Marsy’s Law was approved by Florida voters in the 2018 general election and amended Article...

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Insurance Coverage and Bad Faith

Court Clarifies Applicability of Statute of Limitations for the Medicare Secondary Payer Act’s Private Cause of Action

RumbergerKirk attorneys Nicole Smith, Samantha Duke, and Jeffrey Grosholz secured a final summary judgment in...

Breaking Down Barriers: Increasing the Diversity of the Legal Profession by Creating Opportunities for the Next Generation of Black Lawyers

RumbergerKirk attorney Shenele Pettis Bright talks with LaShawnda Jackson, a partner at RumbergerKirk and the...

Professional Liability

Florida Bar Admission Proceedings: Why You Need Counsel

“You have the right to an attorney.” –Miranda warning  “You have the right to be...

Commercial Litigation

COVID-19 Litigation: What Alabama Businesses Need to Know

It has been one year since the COVID-19 pandemic began and during that time more...