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By Hannah Monroe
The United States Supreme Court recently held that an officer's use of deadly force by shooting an armed individual before issuing a verbal warning did not violate a clearly established Fourth Amendment right...
By Abigail Roberts
This week, the City of Orlando announced the passage of its new Drone Ordinance- the amended Section 43.02 of the Code of the City of Orlando (Operation of Unmanned Aircraft Systems- Restrictions on Operation).
By Ernest Eubanks, Jr., Steven Klein
Skip Eubanks of Rumberger, Kirk & Caldwell and Mark Kircher of Quarles & Brady won a defense verdict on behalf of Harley-Davidson on January 19, 2017 in a product liability case in the United States District Court...
By Abigail Roberts
The Federal Aviation Administration has issued a notice advising the public of the RTCA Drone Advisory Committee's second public meeting,
By Candy Messersmith
In GEICO v. Harvey, (Fla. 4th DCA Jan. 4, 2017), Florida's Fourth District Court of Appeal held that the trial court erred in denying the insurer's motion for directed verdict on the insured's bad faith claim.
By Leonard Dietzen, III
As Donald Trump's administration takes shape, the business community stands watch expecting a business-friendly White House.
By Abigail Roberts
The current regulatory framework for commercial drone operations is contained in the final Small UAS Rule, which went into effect on August 29, 2016 and which was codified as 14 C.F.R. Part 107.
By J. David Marsey
Florida's law enforcement agencies are frequently presented with calls for service involving individuals threatening others or themselves.
By Armando Hernandez, Paul Lipton
While the cause and reasons for the undesired increase in incivility plaguing the legal profession are issues for debate, it is clear that the tide continues to rise both in the general population and within the legal profession.
By Jacey Kaps, Sally Rogers Culley, Nicole Sieb Smith, Stella Chu
The new battleground for Plaintiffs filing ADA accessibility cases involves claims of barriers not in physical space but in cyber space.
By Brett Carey
On July 12, 2016, the Eleventh Circuit reversed the District Court's denial of a joint motion to vacate orders pursuant to Rule 60(b) of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure...
By J. David Marsey
SCOTUS upheld the constitutionality of state statutes providing criminal penalties for the refusal to provide a breath test after an arrest for DUI, but held them unconstitutional when applied to blood tests.
By Joshua D. Lerner
The Court noted such an exception might be wise public policy but left that decision to the Florida legislature.
By Lauren DeFabio
An essential principle of our legal system is that people are supposed to tell the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth.
By Allan Rotlewicz
The Florida Office of Insurance Regulation approved several important changes to Citizens Property Insurance Co.'s homeowner policy that Citizens hopes will curtail the current litigation trend by insureds...
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