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Jeffrey P. Gale, P.A. // Non-Delegable Duty in Florida Personal Injury Cases

We have pending on appeal before the Third District Court of Appeal the question whether a homeowner’s association is liable under the non-delegable duty doctrine for the negligence of a third party. The association undertook the reconstruction of a boat … Continue reading

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Gana Weinstein LLP Files Multiple Cases on Behalf of Clients of Tamara Steele Who Invested in Behavior Recognition Systems

The law offices of Gana Weinstein LLP have filed complaints before The Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) on behalf of multiple clients against brokerage firm Comprehensive Asset Management and Servicing, Inc. (CAMAS) concerning Tamara Steele’s (Steele) recommendation to invest in … Continue reading

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Section 230’s Success in Under-the-Radar Cases

For every high-stakes Section 230 case that gets widespread coverage, I see many other low-profile cases–often pro se–where Section 230 works as we all expect. These rulings usually aren’t super-interesting because they confirm the status quo. However, they provide a … Continue reading

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Over 1,000 Rejected Asylum Seekers May Get Second Chance In Family Separation Cases

From The Washington Post: As many as 1,000 asylum seekers whose claims were heard and rejected by the government under traumatic circumstances of family separation will get a second chance under an agreement announced late Wednesday. While the government did… … Continue reading

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Status of Three Northern California Medical Futility Cases

Azalya AndersonAzalya Anderson was shot in the head by a stray bullet. Her parents originally said that they would "fight" the brain death diagnosis made by clinicians at U.C. Davis Medical Center. But they ultimately agreed to remove organ support on … Continue reading

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