Florida Administrative Law: When Preparing a Request for a Declaratory Statement, Comply with all Statutory and Administrative Code Requirements

Jan 13, 2015 By: George F. Indest, III

In Florida, as in most states, if you want a state administrative agency to answer a question, you may file a request for a declaratory statement from that agency.

The ACA and Legal Practices (#21) / Representing individuals as health consumers

Jan 7, 2015 By: Ferd H. Mitchell

Attorneys may often need to help individual clients sort out their options about the ACA.

The ACA and Legal Practices (#20) / Representing small business employers

Dec 24, 2014 By: Ferd H. Mitchell

Many small-businesses rely on attorney assistance to decide how to respond to the ACA, since most are limited in their ability to analyze their options.

Changes in Washington Practice (#24) / Right to medical care for jail and prison inmates

Dec 17, 2014 By: Ferd H. Mitchell

A new chapter has been added to Criminal Practice and Procedure by Ferguson (volumes 12-13 of Washington Practice), regarding an “Inmate’s Right to Adequate Medical Care”

Basics of the Florida Baker Act: Examples and Tips

Dec 10, 2014 By: George F. Indest, III

In this final installment, we look at some examples of Baker Act cases, as well as some tips for attorneys.

Basics of the Florida Baker Act: The Petition for Writ of Habeas Corpus

Dec 8, 2014 By: George F. Indest, III

All facilities should have a form petition for writ of habeas corpus for the patient to execute if the facility is trying to keep the patient involuntarily and the patient desires to leave

Changes in Washington Practice (#23) / Public Records Act brings conflict

Nov 19, 2014 By: Ferd H. Mitchell

The Public Records Act has become a hot topic in Washington State.

Basics of the Florida Baker Act

Nov 6, 2014 By: George F. Indest, III

The Florida Mental Health Act, more commonly known as the Baker Act, was passed to allow for the creation of mental health programs.

Changes in Washington Practice (#22) / Attorney-client privilege in bad faith insurance cases

Oct 22, 2014 By: Ferd H. Mitchell

The attorney-client privilege may be modified in cases that involve alleged bad faith by an insurance company.

Changes in Washington Practice (#21)/ Insurance bad faith and attorney-client privilege

Sep 24, 2014 By: Ferd H. Mitchell

Volume 35 of Washington Practice includes a long discussion of “insurance bad faith”, and of the relevant issues that may develop for attorneys in such cases.

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