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Criminal defense attorney Denis deVlaming gives an overview of the many recent cases discussed in his case law update presentation at the Florida Bar Annual Convention.
Dori Foster-Morales, president-elect of the Florida Bar, shares insights on the year ahead and discusses the goals of her own presidency beginning in 2020.
Kevin Johnson examines what lawyers need to know about the latest updates in employment law.
From the 2019 Florida Bar Annual Convention, Paige Greenlee covers the latest in business case law.
Attorneys address cost and risks associated with the age of autonomous vehicles.
The Insurance Law Podcast
David Curle talks about new practices in different areas of the legal industry, survey trends in the legal space and give tips on the most effective way firms can pursue innovation.
Law Technology Now
Anessa Allen Santos joins hosts Karla Eckhart and Renee Thompson at the Florida Bar’s 2019 Annual Convention to discuss the role blockchain will play in the practice of law and beyond.
At this year’s Florida Bar Annual Convention, Bar President John M. Stewart discusses his agenda for the coming year and how tech continues to impact the legal industry in new and exciting ways.
Hanna Stotland discusses her article about Kyle Kashuv's now-revoked Harvard admission, why she believes Harvard made the right move and where Kashuv will go from here.
Glen Mulready talks about what it's like to be the insurance commissioner in Oklahoma, why he chose to pursue public office, and discusses Oklahoma's recent severe weather events.
Asha Rangappa discusses the history, current status, and a possible solution to our country’s problems with disinformation and “fake news”.
State Bar of Texas Podcast