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Grounded in 27 years of diverse legal experience, including trials and appeals in federal and state courts
Substantial and diverse experience, together with the efficient use of technology, enable Thomas Wade Young, P.L. to handle complex business and commercial disputes more cost-effectively than larger firms.
Appellate practice involves different rules, procedures, and strategic considerations than trial practice. Appeals require special skill in presenting the legal issues—usually to a panel of at least three judges—that will determine the outcome of the case. Retaining an appellate lawyer early in the case improves the chances of success both at trial and on appeal.
When the bar comes knocking, lawyers must answer—failure to respond to a Bar inquiry is a disciplinary offense in its own right. Yet, many lawyers either fail to respond or respond inappropriately because they lack the perspective necessary to craft a calm, measured response. Remember the addage about lawyers who represent themselves?
2017-05-22T18:50:19+00:00 May 22nd, 2017|
During a continuing legal education program sponsored earlier this month by the Florida Bar's Appellate Practice Section, I addressed the topic of technological competence. In addition to touching on technology appellate practitioners must use under [...]
2017-05-08T14:46:07+00:00 May 8th, 2017|
The Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals has asked the Florida Supreme Court to clarify which Florida statute establishes the limitations period for an action to enforce a judgment brought in the federal district court located [...]
2017-04-20T11:08:56+00:00 April 20th, 2017|
Quashing In re B.R.C.M., 182 So. 3d 749 (Fla. 3d DCA 2015), the Florida Supreme Court determined in a 4-3 decision, with two of the majority specially concurring, that a child's goal of obtaining [...]