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On The Road: Downtown Sarasota.
As the Judge took the bench and the bailiff told the room filled with lawyers to sit, she asked with a wry smile, “How many here had a shower today?” Pretrial conferences gather all the lawyers in all of the cases scheduled for trial before the Judge in a particular month. I’ve never heard that […]
The birds knew better. They left ahead the storm. Along with the strange Saturday afternoon cloud formations pushing downriver, this was our prelude to Irma: lifeless air, unadorned with the songs that usually come at the end of a long, hot day. The anti-Opener. Living near the Everglades, it is easy to imagine the natural world reclaiming […]
Patriots Day was designed to commemorate the loss we suffered on 9/11/01. We remember the lost as we struggle to protect the living from natural destruction in Texas and Florida this hurricane season. We are committed to being here for the residents of South Florida. Having been through the claims process for Hurricane Charley, I […]
When I started practicing law in 1988, there was only one advertiser in town. His office was in Hollywood, Florida and his tag line was, “the light is always on”. I used to think about the abuse his cleaning staff may have endured for forgetting not to turn the light off at night. Later, other […]
Earlier on this blog, we explored the roots of a local public hospital. See, the January 9, 16 and 23rd blog posts on this blog (Daily and Weekly). We also explored the same public hospital’s public relations campaign and name change following a string of penalties ($2.4 million in 2016 and $2.9 million in 2014) with […]