Florida Supreme Court

The Supreme Court of Florida is the highest court in the U.S. state of Florida. It consists of seven members—the Chief Justice and six Justices. They are chosen from five districts around the state to foster geographic diversity, with two members selected at-large.The Justices are appointed by the Governor to set terms that do not exceed six years. Immediately after appointment, the initial term is three years or less, because the Justices must appear on the ballot in the next general election that occurs more than one year after their appointment. Afterward they serve six-year terms and remain in office if retained in the general election near the end of each term.
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  • Legal Ethics – Atlanta, Georgia – December

    …. And it’s not just because people can’t handle basic technological tasks. To the extent that lawyers are using technology, they’re screwing it up, sharing client confidences on Facebook like they’re three drinks deep at a law firm mixer. This is why the Florida Supreme Court recently approved three new mandatory technology credits for attorneys…

    Erin H. Gerstenzang- 24 readers -
  • IS PERFORMANCE BOND LIABLE FOR DELAY DAMAGES?

    … should cover delay damages. On the other hand, Larkin General Hospital is a Florida Supreme Court decision meaning there is a very strong argument that that the performance bond’s liability for delay damages will not be extended beyond the face of the bond. For this reason, and as mentioned above, it is essential that the face of the performance bond…

    Florida Construction Legal Updates- 11 readers -
  • Circumstantial Evidence

    … Strong Circumstantial Evidence What is Circumstantial Evidence Evidence in a criminal trial can be either direct or circumstantial. Circumstantial evidence is dependent upon inference, logic and/or reasoning to reach a conclusion of fact. Direct evidence is a direct observation of fact that does not need any further thought to reach a factual…

    Michael Dye/ Fort Lauderdale Criminal Attorney- 40 readers -
  • FRAUDULENT NONDISCLOSURE / CONCEALMENT AND RESIDENTIAL PURCHASE-SALE CONTRACTS

    … the defects / fact that materially impact the value of the property. Please contact David Adelstein at dma@kirwinnorris.com or (954) 759-0026 or (407) 740-6600 if you have questions or would like more information regarding fraudulent nondisclosure or concealment claims or construction defects. You can follow David Adelstein on Twitter @DavidAdelstein1 and Facebook at Florida Construction Legal Updates. …

    Florida Construction Legal Updates- 13 readers -
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