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Interview by Shirley Polumbo On August 17, 1985, Chief Judge Emeritus A. Jay Cristol was appointed judge to the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of Florida (District). His wise disposition, prudent remarks, hilarious insights, and witty comments have made Judge Cristol a favorite of the Bankruptcy Bar in the Southern District. Certainly,...
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During the 2022 legislative session, SB1062, which was developed in large part by the Business Law Section, passed the legislature and was signed by the Governor. This legislation makes significant changes to the procedures and methods for service of process for actions pending in Florida state courts, particularly, but not exclusively, regarding service of process on...
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By Joseph Coleman, Coleman Litigation PA When considering whether reasonable attorney’s fees may be recoverable in any civil action, we as practitioners understand the oft recited and well settled “American Rule”: that each litigant is responsible for their own attorney’s fees regardless of how the case is ultimately decided. Johnson v. Omega Ins. Co., 200...
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