Southern District of Florida Blog is dedicated to providing news and notes regarding federal practice in the Southern District of Florida.
Written for an audience of employers. Covers employment law topics, including discrimination cases, the minimum wage, OSHA and other federal laws.
Michael Perenich discusses all thing about personal injury in and around the St. Petersburg, Clearwater, Florida area. Posts cover recent personal injury case news, court and policy decisions affecting litigation and other legal topics.
"This blog provides commentary and information on student loans. It provides posts that educate borrowers about current issues surrounding federal student loan debt."
Posts discuss recent criminal case news in Florida, particularly in Tampa.
"Focuses on news, recent case updates, and other information related to DUI cases in Hillsborough County and the greater Tampa Bay area, including updates on challenges to Florida's Intoxilyzer 8000, defending the roadblock / checkpoint case, and fighting the DUI 'refusal' to submit to a chemcial test of the blood, breath or urine."
"Helping educate the public, attorneys, and anyone else interested about DUI in Florida or the Tampa Bay area."
Posts offer consumers tips on how to avoid accidents and cover both recent accidents in Florida and state personal injury protection laws.
A blog covering traffic and driving news in Tampa and the surrounding area.
Features news, court decisions and commentary on social justice issues, among other "random thoughts."
The Avera Law Firm Blog says it is "designed to update clients, vendors and other interested persons regarding law firm news, personnel, legal issues and legislative issues. The firm management welcomes posts and questions to the blog as an interactive means to provide information to the public."
"Commentary about legal news and columns which represent a cross section of American law and justice, with a clear slant to the left."
Posts discuss issues a divorce client might face as well as the lawyers' experiences practicing family law.
"Jury selection is a critically important process and that it can be maddeningly difficult. We walk a tightrope over a minefield trying to find jurors who can be truly open-minded; people who will open up their hearts and minds to hear our client’s case. And we know from experience that in order for true justice to prevail, the jury that decides the case must be nothing less than omni exceptione majores—above all challenge."
"A look at environmental and land use law in Florida and across the country, considering private property rights, growth management, comprehensive planning, environmental law, and strategies for landowners."
"A blog focusing on decisions from the Florida appellate courts and 11th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals."
The Florida Probate Litigation Blog says it quickly posts probate-related appellate decisions in Florida. It also links to news stories and blog posts about probate law.
"Comedian Lenny Bruce once said: 'In the halls of justice, the only justice is in the halls.' He may not have been 100 percent accurate, but clearly some of the most interesting legal happenings take place in the halls and beyond. The Gavel goes beyond the courtroom to shine a light on what's really going on in the world of law and lawyers."
"The Health Law Blog provides analysis, comment, information and updates regarding health care legislation, enforcement and regulation." Blog is written for an audience of health care professionals.
Analyzes Florida and federal cases on criminal law.
"Social Security Disability Blog: More than just retirement." Offers information on applying for Social Security Disability status, including Q&A video clips.
"The Lien Zone regularly posts articles, videos, infographics and useful forms."
Blog discusses how entertainment law and intellectual property law affects musicians and filmmakers. Posts include information on trademarking a band's name, creating riders and registering domain names.
Posts cover family law topics with an emphasis on Florida law.
Blog focuses on tax law, specifically what actions can expose a taxpayer to civil and criminal charges. Also featured is an original poem, "Tax: That Three Letter Four Letter Word."