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Neil Skene's The Supreme Court of Florida: A Journey Toward Justice, 1972-1987, is well written, informative, and very entertaining.
Concerning the claims for negligence and breach of fiduciary duty, because the Eleventh Circuit concluded that Florida law was unclear, certified the following question to the Supreme Court of Florida concerning Florida's application of the economic loss rule:
Since the primary areas of overlap between the two decisions involved whether the Amendment was self-executing and whether it could be applied retroactively, it necessitated that the cases and issues involved be certified to the Supreme Court of Florida to ensure uniformity throughout the state's judicial system.
12, a ruling was made: "The judgment of the Supreme Court of Florida is reversed, and the case is remanded for further proceedings not inconsistent with this opinion."
The second in a series of books chronicling the Florida Supreme Court's inception and growth, The Supreme Court of Florida, 1917-1972 is a collection of stories that not only details the history of the court, but also provides a peek into the making of the state of Florida Americans know today.
Teachers from throughout Florida experienced justice "first-hand" at the 2006 Justice Teaching Institute, hosted annually by the Supreme Court of Florida. Each of Florida's seven Supreme Court justices served as faculty during the institute as teachers analyzed the constitutional dilemmas involving the Fourth Amendment.
Pursuant to Rule 3-7.10, Margaret Blot of Miramar has petitioned the Supreme Court of Florida for Bar reinstatement.
Supreme Court of Florida and its Predecessor Courts by Walter W.
If filed by an attorney in good standing with The Florida Bar, the comment must be electronically filed via the Florida Courts E-Filing Portal in accordance with In re Electronic Filing in the Supreme Court of Florida via the Florida Courts E-Filing Portal, Fla.
Pursuant to Standing Board Policy 1.60, the Board of Governors of The Florida Bar publishes this notice of intent to take final action to recommend that the Supreme Court of Florida adopt new Rule of Judicial Administration 2.570 at its May 27, 2017, meeting in Key West, Florida.
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