Mary Jaye Hall and Stacey Carlisle were successful in obtaining summary judgment for a neurologist in Brevard County in October 2018. The claim centered upon care rendered to a patient with suspected Moyamoya disease. The court granted final summary judgment in favor of the neurologist, finding no evidence of negligence in his care and… Read More »
In April 2019, Ralph Martinez, Tom Dukes and Mary Jaye Hall were named to the 2019 Orlando’s Best Lawyers for Medical Malpractice Defense. See the list here.
Mary Jaye Hall and Tom Dukes were on the teaching faculty for The Florida Bar’s Trial Lawyers Section, Advanced Trial Advocacy Seminar
Mary Jaye Hall and Tom Dukes were on the teaching faculty for The Florida Bar’s Trial Lawyers Section, Advanced Trial Advocacy Seminar in Gainesville, Florida from Tuesday, May 15th through Thursday May 17, 2018.
Tom Dukes gave a Medical Malpractice Case Law Update at the Florida Liability Claims Conference on Thursday, June 7, 2018. This conference was presented at Walt Disney’s Contemporary Resort. The case law update discussed important developments in Florida Medical Malpractice and Trial Law over the last year.
On February 15, 2018, Zack Trapp presented on the topic of “Admissibility of Presuit Expert Affidavits” to members and attendees at the quarterly meeting of the Central Florida Medical Malpractice Claims Council, Inc. (CFMMCCI) in Orlando. The organizations’ membership is comprised of the area’s senior Med-Mal defense lawyers and risk professionals as well as… Read More »
Effective August, 2017, Wilbert R. Vancol was made Partner in the Firm. Wilbert has been a practicing attorney since 2011 and is licensed in the State of Florida.
The recent induction ceremony in which Tom became a Fellow took place in Philadelphia, PA before an audience of more than 700 at the 2016 annual meeting of the College. The College was founded in 1950 and is composed of the best of the trial bar from the United States and Canada. Fellowship is… Read More »
Tom Dukes was a faculty member for the 2016 Advanced Trial Advocacy Program sponsored by the Trial Lawyers Section of the Florida Bar at the University of Florida College of Law in Gainesville, Florida from May 10-14, 2016. He did the demonstration of opening statement for a medical malpractice Defendant.
Sam Dunaway, Philip Moring and Mary Jaye Hall presented a seminar entitled “Hearsay Issues: Admissibility of Package Inserts and Black Box Warnings” to attendees at the monthly meeting of the Central Florida Medical Malpractice Claims Council, Inc. (CFMMCCI) at the Taproom at Dubsdread in Orlando. The organizations’ membership is comprised of the area’s senior… Read More »