Vol. 93 Nbr. 5, September 2019
- A Rising Tide Raises All Ships.
- Simon, A Slave v. The State of Florida: The Precedent-Setting Decision Establishing Confessions Extracted by Threats or Promises Are Inadmissible at Trial.
- New Developments in Inverse Taking Law for Government-Incited Public Actions That Impair Private Property Value.
- Navigating Florida's Changing Daubert Tide in Business Cases.
- Recent Changes to the Trust Decanting Statute.
- Redefining Retirement in the 21st Century for the Small Employer and America.
- Unfair Labor Practices in Florida's Public Sector Workplaces.
- If the Stud's a Dud and Other Horse Tales: Mediation of Equine Law Disputes May Be Your Best Bet.
- 'Goodwill Hunting' for Equity: The Florida Supreme Court's Unintended Result of the Thompson Case.
- How to Lose a Judicial Law Clerk in 10 Ways.
- A Case of Treason: The Traitor of Corregidor.
- Clarence Thomas and the Lost Constitution.
- Being Heard: Presentation Skills for Attorneys.