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The appellate courts continue to explore the bounds of Florida’s “new” summary judgment standard. On August 9, 2023, in State Farm Mut. Automobile Ins. Co. v. Advanced X-Ray Analysis, Inc., No. 3D22-739 (Fla. 3d DCA August 9, 2023), Third District held that the continuance of a summary judgment hearing does not reset the time in...
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Private investigators can be an invaluable asset to attorneys in a variety of ways, including skip tracing, asset searches, background reports, surveillance, jury vetting, international investigations, and online research.  Attorneys who work with private investigators can gain a competitive advantage in their cases and improve their chances of achieving a positive outcome for their clients. ...
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If you are not a bankruptcy lawyer, read this. And if you are a bankruptcy lawyer, you should too.  If you represent small businesses, whether in deals or disputes, you should know about a useful tool that is being overlooked by many.  It allows small businesses to restructure their debts and emerge with a clean...
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It’s no secret that lawyers are busy people. Writing briefs, communicating with clients, generating leads, conducting research, preparing for deposition, marketing services—an attorney’s list of tasks goes on and on. It’s no wonder 74% of US law firms feel as though they’re spending too much time on administrative tasks, as opposed to practicing law. That’s where...
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