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Product Liability

The Rise and Defense of Optional Feature Litigation

John’s Bad Day On a Sunday afternoon, John was driving his new 2017 base model...

Product Liability

U.S. Supreme Court Draws the Line: Invalidates $2.7 Million Dollar Discovery Sanction Against Manufacturer

On April 18, 2017, the U.S. Supreme Court made a bold and seemingly manufacturer-friendly pronouncement...

Employment and Labor

What To Know About Website Accessibility Claims

The new battleground for Plaintiffs filing ADA accessibility cases involves claims of barriers not in...

Aviation

Coordinating Discovery in Mass Tort Litigation

In mass tort litigation, such as personal injury suits arising out of airline crashes or...

Product Liability

Defense Strategies When Confronting the Perils of an Inconsistent Verdict

New decision by the Florida Supreme Court Eliminates Important Defense Protection in Cases Involving Inconsistent...

Product Liability

Third DCA: Applying Daubert Under Florida Law in Perez v. Bell South Telecommunications, Inc.

The Third District Court of Appeal of Florida recently issued an opinion in Perez v....

Casualty Litigation

What Lies Ahead as Florida Transitions to Daubert

Florida Governor Rick Scott has signed into law a piece of legislation that transforms Florida...

Product Liability

Florida Supreme Court Issues Opinion on Proposed Standard Jury Instructions for Product Liability Cases

On May 17, 2012, The Supreme Court of Florida issued its opinion concerning proposed new...

Product Liability

Alvarez v. Cooper Tire Revisited: Substantial Similarity is Still Florida's Standard for Discovery of Information Regarding Other Products and Makes and Models

On December 1, 2010, a three judge panel of the Florida Fourth District Court of...

Product Liability

Governor Scott Signs Bill 142: Good News For Automakers And Other Manufacturers

Before today, juries were not allowed by Florida law to consider all of the relevant facts...