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Is the Foreign Venue Provision in Your Contract Enforceable?

Contracts often contain a provision stating that the venue for all claims arising out of the contract shall lie solely and exclusively in a certain location or that the contract shall be enforced in the courts of a specific state. This typically is advantageous to the party that prepared the contract. The question is—is it enforceable? CONTINUE READING...

Bracing for Impact: What Standard for Expert Testimony Will the Florida Supreme Court Choose?

Almost 200 public comments were filed by attorneys and private companies, all weighing in on the Daubert v. Frye standards. CONTINUE READING...