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Police Body Cameras Part II: Will Body Cameras Improve Policing in Florida?

The Section is pleased to announce the publication in The Florida Bar Journal of part two of Gary E. Lippman’s article on Police Body Cameras. In this portion of the article, Mr. Lipman addresses the question of whether the use of such devices would improve the delivery and cost of policing services in Florida from […]

Want to get involved? Committee Preference Forms Due July 19th

Section members are invited and encouraged to join one or more of its committees and subcommittees. If you are interested in getting more involved, please complete the 2017-18 Committee Preference Form and return it to Angela Froelich (afroelich@flabar.org) by July 19th.

Emerging Protections for Nursing Mothers in the Workplace

The Section is pleased to announce the publication of the following article in The Florida Bar Journal by Travis R. Hollifield: “Emerging Protections for Nursing Mothers in the Workplace.” Click here to read.

Medical Marijuana’s Effect on Employment Law: The Highs, the Lows, and the Unanswered Questions

The Section is pleased to announce the publication of the following article in The Florida Bar Journal by Gregory A. Hearing and Michael A. Balducci: “Medical Marijuana’s Effect on Employment Law: The Highs, the Lows, and the Unanswered Questions.”

Will Police Body Cameras be a Mandatory Subject of Bargaining in Florida?

The Section is pleased to announce the publication of the following article in The Florida Bar Journal by Gary E. Lippman: Will Police Body Cameras be a Mandatory Subject of Bargaining in Florida?.

Websites and Mobile Applications: Do They Comply with Title III of the Americans with Disabilities Act?

The Section is pleased to announce the publication of the following article in The Florida Bar Journal by Benjamin S. Briggs and Cynthia Sass: Websites and Mobile Applications: Do They Comply with Title III of the Americans with Disabilities Act?.

Ethical and Professional Practice Before the Bench: The Judges Speak (2365C)

The Section is pleased to announce a unique CLE opportunity. For this course, the Section has packaged the audio recordings from the two popular ethics presentations below. The course has been awarded 2.5 hours of CLE credit, all of which may be applied towards ethics credit. Expectations from the Bench on Ethical and Professional Practice […]

Extension of Time Granted to File Comments on Proposed FCRA Jury Instructions

The Committee on Standard Jury Instructions in Civil Cases filed its proposed jury instructions on the Florida Civil Rights Act with the Florida Supreme Court on February 23, 2016.  The Florida Bar News release is listed here, and the detailed filings to date are available here (See SC16-323).  Additional instructions for filing and serving comments (except as to […]

Practice “Toolkits” Available

The Membership Outreach Subcommittee is pleased to provide an additional resource for the Labor and Employment Law Section’s membership.  We will be publishing a series of practice “toolkits” authored by Section members and designed to provide a detailed overview of popular topics in the area of labor and employment law. The toolkits are not designed to provide […]

Proposed Florida Civil Rights Act Jury Instructions Submitted for Florida Supreme Court Approval

The Committee on Standard Jury Instructions in Civil Cases filed its proposed jury instructions on the Florida Civil Rights Act with the Florida Supreme Court on February 23, 2016.  Following committee practice, the instructions have not been formally sent to the Labor and Employment Law Section for review and comment.  The Florida Bar News release […]

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