Vol. 89 No. 9, November 2015
- Filling the civil justice gap with a new business model.
- 'Good-faith' mediation.
- Oath of admission to the Florida Bar.
- Harmless error in civil appeals.
- McDade v. State: a clarion call for an exception to Florida's Secrecy of Communications Act.
- The "strangest statute" Chief Justice Roberts has seen: uncertainties of litigating TCPA "junk fax" class actions.
- An in-depth look at active effort in the appreciation of nonmarital assets.
- "To protect and to serve": the duties and responsibilities of directors of Florida not-for-profit corporations.
- The right to relief: untimely notice of an appealable order.
- The new Florida Family Trust Company Act.
- Supreme Court "delivers" new life to pregnancy discrimination claims in Young v. United Parcel Service, Inc.
- Decision by judge or jury? Alternatives to traditional code enforcement boards.
- The crux of the clutch CRUT crutch: how to fix an impermissible split-interest trust to obtain an estate tax charitable deduction.
- Bum Rap.
- Fifty Years of Justice: A History of the U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Florida.
- Lincoln's Greatest Case.