Bryan Gowdy will present at the Eleventh Circuit Appellate Practice Institute in Atlanta, Georgia taking place October 27-28, 2016. Bryan will moderate a panel on Brief Writing and Reading and Use of Technology. For more information about this seminar, click here.
Bryan Gowdy argued in the Florida Supreme Court Wednesday, October 5, 2016 against the federal patient-safety law that shields Jacksonville hospitals from disclosing important records during a medical malpractice case. The News Service of Florida recently wrote a short article on this oral argument. To read the article, click here.
Rebecca Creed was invited to speak at the Florida Justice Association's Masters of Justice Insurance Bad Faith seminar on September 29, 2016, in Orlando. Rebecca's presentation topic was "Mistakes Made in the Underlying Verdict and the Trial Itself in the Bad Faith Case." Other speakers at the seminar included Bob Mayes, Bob Kerrigan, and the Honorable Fred Hazouri. The seminar co-chairs were Steve Marino and Waylon Thompson. For more information on this seminar, click here.
Two Florida Christian high schools are going to federal court over religious freedom and freedom of speech and a dispute over whether or not a loudspeaker can be used for prayer before a football game. News 4 Jax recently asked Bryan Gowdy, as a constitutional attorney for his opinions on the case. Read the article here.
The Florida Times Union sought Gray Thomas' opinion on a recent case in Jacksonville, Florida in which ineffective public defense nulliefied a ten year sentence for a Jacksonville man. Read the full article here.