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Firing Over Forty (Jan-Mar Litigation Quarterly 2010)

January 1, 2010
Recent Developments in ADEA Case LawDue to a number of factors, such as baby-boomers reaching retirement age and employers being forced to make some tough economic decisions over[...]

The Million Dollar Question: (Jan-Mar Litigation Quarterly 2010)

January 1, 2010
Non-economic Damages in Medical Malpractice Cases If it is true that confusion lies at the doormat of creativity, interpretation of Florida Statute 766.118 provides a creative opportunity for[...]

Foreclosure Matters in First Party Property Claims, Especially With a $250,000 Deficiency (Jan-Mar Litigation Quarterly 2010)

January 1, 2010
As most readers know, real estate prices have seen record declines during the past few years.1 The declines came on the heels of a dramatic period of rising[...]

Medicare Flexes Its Muscles In United States v. Stricker (Jan-Mar Litigation Quarterly 2010)

January 1, 2010
For nearly two years, the Center for Medicare & Medicaid Services (“CMS”) have worked diligently to establish its Mandatory Insurer Reporting program, primarily focused on instructing primary payers[...]

CSK Appellate Division

December 10, 2009
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How Low Can You Go? (October Litigation Quarterly 2009)

October 11, 2009 | Ryan Williams
Personal Liability of Employees of Commercial Property Owners Plaintiffs sometimes allege personal liability against the employees of a commercial business following a slip and fall, or a criminal[...]

October Litigation Quarterly 2009

October 9, 2009
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A Hospital’s Ability To Enforce Perfected Liens: (October Litigation Quarterly 2009)

October 1, 2009 | Trevor Hawes
An Uncertain Future If you manage liability claims, the following scenario plays out at least once or more times per year.  The new claim message comes across your[...]

Florida Legislature Restores Caps On Attorney’s Fees In Workers’ Compensation Cases (October Litigation Quarterly 2009)

October 1, 2009
 On May 29, 2009, Florida Governor Charlie Crist signed into law House Bill 930.  The law was in direct response to the Florida Supreme Court’s ruling in Murray[...]

Fla. R. Civ. P. 1.201: Florida’s New “Complex Litigation” Rule (October Litigation Quarterly 2009)

October 1, 2009 | Howard Scholl
This summer, the Florida Supreme Court approved the addition of Rule 1.201 to the Florida Rules of Civil Procedure, which is certain to change the landscape of litigation[...]

Mar Wars, or is A Chipped Tile Worth $81,000? (October Litigation Quarterly 2009)

October 1, 2009
Everyone who has homeowners insurance expects the insurer to pay when the home is damaged by a covered event, such as a hurricane, fire or plumbing leak.  The[...]

June Litigation Quarterly 2009

June 8, 2009
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