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Can a Judge Make a Plaintiff Pay for Defendant’s Legal Fees?

In England, there is a law referred to as the “Loser Pays” Rule.  The law states that the losing party of a civil litigation case must pay the winning party’s legal fees.  The English created this law to deter individuals and corporations from making frivolous claims and wasting the judicial system’s time and also the […]

Admissibility of Business Records

By: J. Mason Williams IV Most law students and attorneys seem to either have little or no problem with evidence or they absolutely hate it, most probably fall in the latter group.  If I have a document that I want to use as evidence, why can’t I?  Evidence rules often seem tedious and unnecessary, but nonetheless, […]

What do you do after losing at trial?

By: J. Mason Williams IV I lost my civil case, now what?  You decided to give it a go pro se, i.e. by yourself, but it didn’t work and now you have a final judgment against you.  So what do you do?  Well, under typical circumstances there are several possibilities in Florida. First, get in touch […]

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