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From Chattel to Justice

From Chattel to Justice

July 5, 2010

This article, which was presented at the annual Florida Bar Convention in Boca Raton, traces the history of the Florida Supreme Court's treatment of African Americans from a time when several of its justices owned slaves, to today, when several African Americans sit on the Court.

From Key West to Alaska, an epic ride - featuring Paul Clermont

From Key West to Alaska, an epic ride - featuring Paul Clermont

July 5, 2010

Carlton Fields' Miami shareholder Paul Clermont was recently featured in the Miami Herald.

Florida Supreme Court Adopts New Appellate Mediation Rules

Florida Supreme Court Adopts New Appellate Mediation Rules

July 2, 2010

To keep you abreast of developments in the law, Carlton Fields' Appellate and Trial Support Practice Group is pleased to provide you with a copy of our latest alert.

Florida Supreme Court Issues New Decision Amending Rule of Appellate Procedure Relating To Attorney's Fees

Florida Supreme Court Issues New Decision Amending Rule of Appellate Procedure Relating To Attorney's Fees

June 25, 2010

To keep you abreast of developments in the law, Carlton Fields' Appellate and Trial Support Practice Group is pleased to provide you with a copy of our latest alert.

2010 Florida Legislature Post-Session Report

2010 Florida Legislature Post-Session Report

June 21, 2010

This report explains what you should know about significant bills passed in the regular legislative session, and 2010 proposed constitutional amendments.

Guidelines for Non-Party E-Discovery Under Rule 45

Guidelines for Non-Party E-Discovery Under Rule 45

June 7, 2010

This article, published by Carlton Fields' Miami shareholder Gary M. Pappas, explains the guidelines for non-party e-discovery under Rule 45, which differs from Rule 26 and 34.

Governor Crist Enacts SB 1196: Distressed Condominium Relief Act

Governor Crist Enacts SB 1196: Distressed Condominium Relief Act

June 2, 2010

To keep you abreast of developments in the law, Carlton Fields' Community, Condominium & Resort Development Group is pleased to provide you with a copy of our latest alert.

A Response to Plaintiffs’ Call to Abolish the Learned Intermediary Doctrine

A Response to Plaintiffs’ Call to Abolish the Learned Intermediary Doctrine

June 1, 2010

An article published in the ABA's Product Liability Litigation called for the abolition of the learned intermediary doctrine, which provides that pharmaceutical manufacturers discharge their duty to warn purchasers of their product if they provide adequate warnings to the prescribing physician. In this article, Carlton Fields shareholders John A. Camp and Gary M. Pappas respond.

PACE (Energy Finance Districts) Now Enabled in Florida

PACE (Energy Finance Districts) Now Enabled in Florida

May 28, 2010

This alert provides an overview of the Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) program, which will enable property owners to finance energy efficiency improvements, wind stabilization and clean energy systems for both residential homes and commercial buildings.

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