Bryan Gowdy co-presented with Andrew Bolin at the Florida Bar Continuing Legal Education Committee and the Trail Lawyers Section Medical Malpractice Seminar on March 11th in Tampa, Florida. They spoke on Amendment 7/PSO Privilege.
Rebecca Creed was recently published in the January/February 2016 edition of the Florida Justice Association Journal. Ms. Creed wrote an article titled "Overview and Analysis of Recent Changes to the Florida Rules of Appellate Procedure." A copy of the article can be found here on page 50.
On February 25, 2016, partner Rebecca Creed spoke at the Jacksonville Bar Association's Raymond Ehrlich Trial Advocacy Seminar as a panelist for "The Record-Perspectives on Preservation from the Bench and Bar." The program began 14 years ago to honor former Florida Supreme Court Justice Raymond Ehrlich, who worked as an attorney in Jacksonville from 1946 until his appointment to the Florida Supreme Court in 1981.
Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia recently passed away. Bryan Gowdy was quoted in an article by the Jacksonville Daily Record about his experience arguing in front of Justice Scalia when he appeared before the United States Supreme Court in Graham v. Florida. The complete article can be found here.
Bryan Gowdy was recently quoted in an article written by The Florida Times Union. After a recent U.S. Supreme Court ruling, at least 13 local defendants, who were children at the time of their offenses, will be up for re-sentencing. The U.S. Supreme Court has ruled it is unconstitutional to incarcerate children for life without the chance of parole. Last month, the justices said this ruling was retroactive and any child sentenced to a mandatory life sentence prior to 2012 must be re-sentenced. You can read the whole article here.