Justice C. Alan Lawson, who joined the Florida Supreme Court at the beginning of this year, came to Miami to share stories about his career and insights into the state's judicial branch.
The Florida Supreme Court decision should end the summary dismissal of dependency petitions from young immigrants seeking U.S. residency.
A judge ruled a federally employed OB-GYN lied about offering a cesarean section to a teen whose baby was then born with severe brain damage.
After a confidential settlement with Wells Fargo, plaintiffs attorneys secured a $17.4 million judgment against a company founder who admitted to fraud.
The lawsuit came under the Telephone Consumer Protection Act, which has seen dramatic increases in litigation in recent years.
The settlement fund will help complete construction projects to secure investors' immigration status.
The county court judge was a government lawyer for many years.
Colin Veitch claims Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings' response to his first defamation lawsuit was also defamatory.
A Coral Gables firm obtained settlements for two women who were blinded by a procedure they believed was a clinical trial for stem-cell therapy.
The February exam results broke Florida International University College of Law's streak of boasting the top passage rate in the state.