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Employment Discrimination

Employment Litigation Attorneys in Tallahassee and West Palm Beach State and federal laws protect employees against discrimination in the workplace. Under the Civil Rights Act of 1964, the Age Discrimination in Employment Act of 1967 (ADEA) and various other statutes, employees are entitled to a workplace free of discrimination, and […]

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Congressional Hypocrisy — Taking away your rights

03/16/2017
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As a part of the recent speed racing bills through Congress, they have put up HR 1215. Quite erroneously, they have titled it: “Protecting Access to Care Act of 2017”. A read of the act’s text quickly tells any objective person this bill has nothing to do with protecting access […]

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Justice Antonin Scalia: Part-Time Activist

06/2/2016
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Presumptive Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump, to establish his bona fides with conservatives, has released a list of eleven potential Supreme Court nominees. He added, with typical understatement: “If Hillary Clinton, for some reason, wins, your country will never be the same because she’s going to put disasters in the […]

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A Lawyer Returns to the Blogosphere

10/6/2015
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I stopped blogging after the Florida Bar’s Standing Committee on Advertising found that a statement of opinion posted on a law firm’s website, such as “tort reform benefits insurers,” violated Florida Bar Rule 4-7.13, since it was not “objectively verifiable.”  My firm promptly filed a federal lawsuit to challenge this […]

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Constitution Day — Celebrating a Living Document

09/21/2015
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On Friday, September 18, 2015, the Palm Beach Chapter of the American Board of Trial Advocates (ABOTA) hosted a James Otis Lecture at the Palm Beach County School Board headquarters building in West Palm Beach. ABOTA is a national organization of trial lawyers who believe in preserving the right to […]

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When Personal Injury Protection (PIP) Insurance is Not Enough

06/11/2015
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Over two years have gone by since the Florida legislature, with the shepherding of Gov. Rick Scott, passed amendments to the Florida PIP (No-Fault) auto insurance statute. Adding the “emergency medical condition” to the auto insurance-lexicon was perhaps the most noticeable change. Unless a Florida driver has a diagnosis of […]

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