Category Archives: Firm Articles
Avoiding the Unauthorized Practice of Law – By Jason Breslin and Bethany Gibson for the February 2013 “The Briefs” Magazine
Avoiding the Unauthorized Practice of Law “Live one day at a time emphasizing ethics rather than rules.” – Wayne Dyer- A common concern amongst practicing attorneys when utilizing paralegals is the risk of partaking in the unauthorized practice of … Continue reading
By Bart Valdes, Esq., Amber Ashton, Esq., and Ashley Hughes, Esq. As Florida continues to sift through debris left in the wake of the foreclosure crisis there are some issues that remain even after a property is sold at … Continue reading
By Bart R. Valdes, Esq., and P. Hayden Haskins, Esq. Florida is at or near the top of the charts in regard to the number of foreclosure filings, the number of properties sold at foreclosure sales and the total number … Continue reading
Litigation attorneys must possess certain characteristics to effectively represent their clients. These include, but are not limited to: honesty, a strong work ethic, intelligence, persistence, professionalism, creativity, level-headedness, and communication skills. Click Briefs_October 2012_ParalegalPost to read the full article.
by Bart R. Valdes, Esq., and Amber Ashton, Esq. The Florida Supreme Court has revised the rules relating to mediation and new requirements have been imposed on corporations and other business entities that are involved in litigation. Rule 1.720, Florida … Continue reading