Florida Is Outlier on Death Penalty Jury Standards

Florida is the only state that lets jurors recommend death without their unanimous agreement on the reason why.

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Business of Law

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Litigation and Bar Discipline

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On Appeal

  • Chick-Fil-A Reversal Deepens Slip-and-Fall Rift

    By Noreen Marcus

    The trigger to this slip-and-fall tumult is an argument over the burden of proof in the 2010 law, whether it's substantive, impinging on rights and duties, or procedural, all about means and methods.

  • Appellate Ruling Good News for Bankruptcy Lawyers

    By Noreen Marcus

    The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit ruled a bankruptcy judge can award fees spent to sustain the judge's dismissal order at the appellate level and the judge has the discretion to award fees and costs incurred to prosecute bad faith claims for damages.

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Board of Contributors

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Special Reports

  • Going Up! New Partners 2014-2015

    By Review staff

    Numbers are up for new partners in South Florida in 2014, both for promotions and laterals. Credit for the rosy trend goes to a hot legal market, particular in real estate and corporate work.

  • Office Guide 2015

    They're already trophy buildings, but some of South Florida's Class A office towers are getting mulitimillion-dollar upgrades as investors compete for wealthy tenants. Plus, the South Florida office market is tightening and Brickell construction sets the bar high.

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