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4th DCA Affirms Mental Healthcare Providers Owe No Legal Duty to Warn Unidentifiable Potential Victims

The Fourth District Court of Appeal issued its opinion in Pollack v. Cruz on May...

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Are You Willing to Bet Your Law License on That Client?

A summary of ABA Formal Opinion 491       The American Bar Association issued Formal Opinion 491...

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Ethics Quick Tip: Threatening a Tactic Can Lead to Suspension

Orignally published in the Alabama Defense Lawyers Association e-newsletter, Briefcase on March 27, 2019.  Ethics...

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Ethics Quick Tip: Think Twice Before Disparaging the Judge in Your Notice of Appeal

Published in the March 13, 2019 Alabama Defense Lawyers Association e-newsletter, Craig Alexander notes, "Gender...

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Ethics Quick Tip: Think Twice Before Sending a Threatening Tweet to a Witness

Craig Alexander’s “Ethics Quick Tip” was included in the March 6, 2019 issue of Alabama...

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Ethics Quick Tip: Think Twice Before Creating a Fake Facebook Account to Gather Evidence

Craig Alexander’s "Ethics Quick Tip" was included in the February 27, 2019 issue of Alabama...

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Morris v. Muniz: A Sword Against Whom?

Until recently, there had been confusion regarding the application of Florida’s Medical Malpractice Act[1] (the...

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What to Do When Faced With a Complaint Against Your Professional License

This article appeared in the "Consult the Counsel" special advertising section in the Orlando Business...

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Failure to Warn: Fourth DCA Invalidates Entire Arbitration Provision for Failure to Satisfy Fee Dispute Rule

In Owens v. Corrigan,[1] the Fourth District Court of Appeal held that an arbitration provision...

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Florida Supreme Court Says Right to Privacy Survives Death and Prohibits Ex Parte Interviews in Medmal Actions

In the case of Weaver v. Myers, a sharply divided Florida Supreme Court recently struck...