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Florida Bar Board Certified Appellate Lawyer Andrew Harris breaks down recent appellate decisions from the high courts in Florida. For more information about Andrew and his firm, go to www.HarrisAppeals.com

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Florida Bar Board Certified Appellate Lawyer Andrew Harris breaks down recent appellate decisions from the high courts in Florida. For more information about Andrew and his firm, go to www.HarrisAppeals.com

    Florida Appellate Review with Andrew Harris 8-6-21

    Florida Appellate Review with Andrew Harris 8-6-21

    Welcome to another edition of the Florida Appellate Review Case Law Update. In this week’s episode, our founder, Board-Certified Appellate Attorney Andrew Harris, joined by Jennifer Dinetz and Jeff Adelman, discussed a series of cases addressing:

    •Whether insurance adjusters and a medical doctor’s affidavits were properly stricken by the trial judge, where the affidavits addressed the reasonableness of medical costs and whether medical treatment was reasonably related to the subject motor vehicle accidents;
    •Whether an adverse inference instruction was warranted in an Engle progeny case where a plaintiff shredded medical records, including the circumstances in which a duty to preserve evidence arises, and whether a duty to preserve evidence is required before an adverse inference instruction is given by a trial judge; and
    •Whether a hotel was entitled to summary judgment in a negligence case, where an invitee fell in an unbeveled 3/8 inch change in evaluation between the tiled entryway and the carpeted floor of the hotel room.


    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. You can listen to this episode and all podcast episodes at any of your favorite streaming locations; just search for Florida Appellate Review, the podcast for Andrew Harris & Harris Appeals.

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

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

    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
    Florida Appellate Review with Andrew Harris 7-13-21

    Florida Appellate Review with Andrew Harris 7-13-21

    Welcome to another edition of the Florida Appellate Review Case Law Update. In this week’s episode, Palm Beach County Justice Association Board Members Andrew Harris and Jennifer Dinetz discussed a trio of cases addressing:

    •An Engle progeny case where an attorney’s improper closing argument resulted in a new trial;
    •The “boarding” of past medical bills for a plaintiff who is a Medicare recipient, with the Fourth District certifying a question of great public importance to the Florida Supreme Court; and
    •An appellate court’s referral of an attorney to the Florida Bar after the attorney engaged in improper conduct towards the opposing party and opposing counsel in trial proceedings.

    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.

    You can listen to this episode and all podcast episodes at any of your favorite streaming locations; just search for Palm Beach County Justice Association, the PBCJA’s podcast, or Florida Appellate Review, the podcast for Andrew Harris and Harris Appeals.

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    Florida Appellate Review with Andrew Harris 7-6-21

    Florida Appellate Review with Andrew Harris 7-6-21

    Welcome to another edition of the Florida Appellate Review Case Law Update.. In this week’s episode, Palm Beach County Justice Association Board Members Andrew Harris, Jennifer Dinetz, and Jeff Adelman discuss a trio of cases addressing:
    •Whether a tortfeasor can claim set-off of a plaintiff’s settlement with an uninsured motorist carrier, with the Second District Court of Appeal certifying a question of great public importance to the Florida Supreme Court;
    •Whether a tortfeasor is entitled to financial discovery of a plaintiff’s attorney’s financial relationship to a retained expert; and
    •Whether a party was entitled to vacate a default judgment.


    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. You can listen to this episode and all podcast episodes at any of your favorite streaming locations; just search for Palm Beach County Justice Association, the PBCJA’s podcast, or Florida Appellate Review, the podcast for Andrew Harris & Harris Appeals.

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    • 31 min
    Florida Appellate Review 6-28-21 with Andrew Harris

    Florida Appellate Review 6-28-21 with Andrew Harris

    Welcome to another edition of the Florida Appellate Review Case Law Update. In this week’s podcast, Andrew Harris, Jennifer Dinetz, and Jeff Adelman (all Board Members of the Palm Beach Justice Association) discuss a series of recent cases addressing improper Closing Arguments, misconduct by attorneys, and the approaches trial and appellate courts have taken, and maybe should take in the future to address misconduct. Andrew, Jen, & Jeff also provide some practical advice for trial attorneys to address similar issues in their legal practices. 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

    Please subscribe and share!

    To listen to this episode and all podcast episodes from Harris Appeals and the Palm Beach County Justice Association, you can go to:

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    • 38 min
    Florida Appellate Review 6-21-21

    Florida Appellate Review 6-21-21

    Welcome to the debut of the Florida Appellate Review with PBCJA Board Members Andrew Harris, Jen Dinetz, and Jeff Adelman. The Appellate Review will regularly provide updates on cases relevant to your civil practices, with an emphasis on personal-injury and tort-related cases.

    In this week’s episode, Andrew, Jen and Jeff discuss: whether the untimely disclosure of surveillance video warrants a new trial, whether two mentions that the plaintiff had insurance requires a new trial, the implications of a trial judge’s Daubert ruling excluding an expert opinion on causation, and an insurance bad-faith case. Andrew, Jen, & Jeff also provide some practical advice to avoid some of the mistakes seen in these cases.

    You can as always, listen to all episodes on your favorite podcast platform including Apple, Google, Spotify and iHeartRadio. Please subscribe and share! If you have a case you would like reviewed involving Plaintiff personal injury matters, contact host Andrew Harris at andrew@harrisappeals.com . You can also watch the video podcast at https://youtu.be/SgJmjtpfPEE .

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