34 min

Florida Appellate Review with Andrew Harris- Case Law Update Episode 5 Florida Appellate Review with Andrew Harris

    • Education

Welcome to another edition of the Florida Appellate Review Case Law Update. In this week’s episode, host, Board-Certified Appellate Attorney Andrew Harris, joined by Board-Certified Civil Trial Attorney, Jeff Adelman, discussed a trio of cases addressing:

•A $10 million dollar plaintiff’s verdict reversed due to a series of improper closing arguments by a trial attorney who was criticized out yet again by the Fourth District Court of Appeal for improper closing arguments in Engle progeny cases;

•The distribution of attorneys’ fees between partners in a contingency case when one partner leaves the Firm, where there is partnership agreement addressing fees ; and

•Whether Proposals for Settlement and other documents served (but not filed) must comply with the electronic service requirements for court-filed documents.


All shows are available on your favorite podcast platform by typing in "Florida Appellate Review." Including Apple, Google, Spotify, & iHeartRadio. Apple Link is here: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/florida-appellate-review-with-andrew-harris/id1541396207

Also available at https://harrisappeals.com/#podcast

If you would like to discuss any of the cases or issues discussed in this week’s episode, or are interested in appearing on one of our future episodes, please contact host Andrew Harris at andrew@harrisappeals.com

Welcome to another edition of the Florida Appellate Review Case Law Update. In this week’s episode, host, Board-Certified Appellate Attorney Andrew Harris, joined by Board-Certified Civil Trial Attorney, Jeff Adelman, discussed a trio of cases addressing:

•A $10 million dollar plaintiff’s verdict reversed due to a series of improper closing arguments by a trial attorney who was criticized out yet again by the Fourth District Court of Appeal for improper closing arguments in Engle progeny cases;

•The distribution of attorneys’ fees between partners in a contingency case when one partner leaves the Firm, where there is partnership agreement addressing fees ; and

•Whether Proposals for Settlement and other documents served (but not filed) must comply with the electronic service requirements for court-filed documents.


All shows are available on your favorite podcast platform by typing in "Florida Appellate Review." Including Apple, Google, Spotify, & iHeartRadio. Apple Link is here: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/florida-appellate-review-with-andrew-harris/id1541396207

Also available at https://harrisappeals.com/#podcast

If you would like to discuss any of the cases or issues discussed in this week’s episode, or are interested in appearing on one of our future episodes, please contact host Andrew Harris at andrew@harrisappeals.com

34 min

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