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Florida Offers of Judgment & Choice of Law Provisions (Ep. 008)
February 22, 2012 9:39 AM |
In this episode of StudioCF, shareholder Ellen Lyons discusses the Florida Supreme Court's decision concerning offers of judgment and contractual choice-of-law provisions in
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