Category Archives for Florida Justice Association

FJA Alert: G.O.P. Aims to Remake Florida Supreme Court

The Republican party is trying to push its political agenda on the only branch of government designed to be outside of politics.

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FJA Member Patrick Canan wins District 5 School Board Seat

FJA Member Patrick Canan wins District 5 School Board Seat in St. Johns County

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Florida receiving $56 million of Glaxo’s $3 billion health care fraud settlement

Will Glaxo (GSK) really learn from its mistakes or is the penalty just the cost of doing business; only time will tell.

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FJA update: Glaxo Agrees to Pay $3 Billion in Fraud Settlement

It has been a record year for federal whistleblower recoveries, but is it too little, too late? Are profits coming at the cost of the safety of Americans?

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FJA EAGLE Daryl Parks to head National Bar Association

Longtime FJA EAGLE member and Tallahassee attorney Daryl Parks of Parks & Crump, has been elected to serve as President of the National Bar Association.

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Florida Supreme Court to Rule on Medical Malpractice Caps

The constitutionality of FL’s medical malpractice caps has never been decided in appellate court, but will soon be decided by the Florida Supreme Court.

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FJA Awards Board Position to Manasota Trial Lawyers

The Florida Justice Association announced the Manasota Trial Lawyers Board has formally been awarded a position on the FJA Board of Directors.

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Florida Justice Association swears in new Officers

At the annual Presidential luncheon in Palm Beach, FL, the Florida Justice Association swore in Fred Cunningham as the organization’s President.

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Florida Justice Association Elects Fred A. Cunningham as President

New Florida Justice Association leadership team took office on June 17, 2011.

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Watch “Hot Coffee” Tonight on HBO

Tonight, June 27, 2011, at 9:00 PM (EDT), HBO will debut the new critically acclaimed documentary, “Hot Coffee.”

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