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Order Compelling Discovery From Non-Party Attorney Reversed Because Trial Court Did Not Properly Assess Attorney’s Privilege Claim

In Varela v. OLA Condominium Ass’n, Inc. (Fla. 3d DCA Aug. 21, 2019), a condominium association subpoenaed a nonparty attorney to appear for deposition in the case, and produce numerous documents related to various corporate entities. The attorney filed a motion for protective order, claiming that the subpoena requested documents protected by the attorney-client privilege. […]

What happens to the record if the court reporter dies? (Florida Litigation Appellate Opinions, June 20-July 1, 2016)

Scott J. Edwards, P.A. brings you this summary of selected recent opinions issued by Florida’s appellate courts, with a focus on opinions discussing civil procedure, appellate procedure, trial practice, evidence, commercial litigation, insurance litigation, technology, and personal injury litigation.  This article covers the weeks of June 20-July 1, 2016.  Click here to learn more about Scott Edwards’ appellate law […]