Month: March 2014

Florida gets one right.

The Supreme Court of Florida rejected the state legislature’s cap on medical malpractice damages. Essentially they found that the cap discriminated unfairly. A person who was injured by the negligent fault of a doctor or health care provider would have the amount of their actual damages, as determined by a jury, limited. A person damaged […]

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Breaking up is Hard to Do.

I have just completed a two and half day trial where I represented one of the owners of a small business. After working together for over ten years, the two parties split up, both professionally and personally. Although the two parties could agree that the business was over and should be dissolved, they had very […]

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