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Editorial: Defendants Beware - Garnishment Writs Can Be Enforced Before Trial Court Rule

This case is a 2-1 opinion that allows a judgment creditor to garnish assets in the interim between the moment that a trial judge signs its final order disposing of post-trial motions and the time the final order is rendered...more

12/8/2014 - Garnishment Judgment Creditors Trial Court Orders

Inside the Mind of the Judge: Part V - How Trial Judges Decide Cases

This article will explore the process by which trial judges reach decisions. It is not an exhaustive discussion but rather an overview. The process is indeed complex and will take some time to detail. However, I must stress...more

7/31/2014 - Judges

Editorial: High Court Is Swinging Pendulum Back On 4th Amendment

Fourth Amendment law is anything but static. If one surveys the jurisprudential landscape over the last 50 years, there are three amendments that the U.S. Supreme Court cannot leave alone: the First, the Fourth and the Fifth....more

7/11/2014 - Fifth Amendment First Amendment Fourth Amendment Riley v California SCOTUS

Q&A With Bilzin Sumberg's David Gersten

David M. Gersten, former chief judge in Florida's Third District Court of Appeal, chairs Bilzin Sumberg Baena Price & Axelrod LLP's appellate practice, and is a partner in the litigation group in Miami. Q: What is the...more

5/20/2013 - Appeals Ethics Summary Judgment

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