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Professional Liability

Motion Practice Jerry Springer-Style: When Zealous Advocacy Becomes Unprofessional Conduct

A recent order by Senior U.S. District Judge Donald L. Graham provides a strong reminder...

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Professional Liability

11th Circuit Clarifies Standard of Care Required Under Eighth Amendment for Hepatitis-C Inmates in Florida Prisons

Does the Eighth Amendment require Florida prison officials to treat all inmates with chronic Hepatitis-C with...

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Professional Liability

3rd DCA Confirms Sovereign Immunity Applies to Private Entities Providing Healthcare to State Institutions

In Lazzari v. Guzman, M.D., No. 3D19-597, 2020 WL 6302405(Fla. 3d DCA Oct. 28, 2020),...

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Professional Liability

Appellate Court: Public Medical Center within University System has Sovereign Immunity from Disability Discrimination Lawsuit

The United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit has ruled that one factor...

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Employment and Labor

Florida Considers Several Bills That Will Impact Florida Employers

Currently, the Florida legislature is brewing with bills that will have an impact on Florida’s...

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Education

Third DCA Confirms that Florida Statute Extends Beyond School Property and into Cyperspace

On October 16, 2019, Florida’s Third District Court of Appeal upheld a conviction under Florida...