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Attributes of Success

Attributes of Success

December 31, 2012

This article, by Carlton Fields president and CEO Gary Sasso, lists the attributes of successful—and unsuccessful—attorneys, and offers guidance on self-improvement.

The White House is Finalizing an Executive Order on Cybersecurity

The White House is Finalizing an Executive Order on Cybersecurity

December 26, 2012

This client alert provides an overview of the President’s Cybersecurity Executive Order that is expected to be signed and released early next year.

Verizon Publishes Findings on Data Breaches in the Health Care Industry

Verizon Publishes Findings on Data Breaches in the Health Care Industry

December 20, 2012

A study conducted by the Verizon RISK Team, with cooperation from law enforcement agencies around the world, indicates that the number of data breaches in the health care industry is expected to rise.

Verizon's 2012 Data Breach Investigations Report Provides Latest Findings in Information Security

Verizon's 2012 Data Breach Investigations Report Provides Latest Findings in Information Security

December 20, 2012

The report, conducted by Verizon's RISK team with cooperation from law enforcement agencies around the world, highlights the data breach incidents landscape.

To Renew or Not to Renew: Preserving Objections to Evidentiary Rulings

To Renew or Not to Renew: Preserving Objections to Evidentiary Rulings

December 19, 2012

In certain circumstances, an objection to an evidentiary ruling may need to be renewed to preserve a claim of error for appeal.

Financial Coverage Issues: Obtaining D&O Proceeds

Financial Coverage Issues: Obtaining D&O Proceeds

December 18, 2012

This paper, by Carlton Fields attorneys David M. Leonard, Christopher B. Freeman, Christy L. MacPherson, discusses issues that may arise regarding the type and scope of coverage afforded by D&O insurance policies. It was presented at the Directors & Officers Liability Insurance Review CLE conference on December 11, 2012 in Atlanta.

Personal Injury Defendant Entitled to Discovery Regarding Extent of Relationship Between Plaintiff’s Lawyer and Plaintiff’s Doctor

Personal Injury Defendant Entitled to Discovery Regarding Extent of Relationship Between Plaintiff’s Lawyer and Plaintiff’s Doctor

December 18, 2012

The Florida Fourth District Court of Appeal recently held that a defendant was entitled to information regarding the relationship between the plaintiff’s law firm and physician.

Tips for Trial Counsel on Planning, Preparation and Preservation: Combating Admission of Settlement Evidence after Saleeby

Tips for Trial Counsel on Planning, Preparation and Preservation: Combating Admission of Settlement Evidence after Saleeby

December 18, 2012

Florida courts have long recognized the insidious prejudicial effect of allowing a jury to hear settlement evidence.

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