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Includes: Collective Bargaining, Labor Arbitration, Labor Disputes, Labor Legislation, Unfair Labor Practices, Unions

John Mcqueen Miller

Construction, Labor Law, Civil Rights, Insurance
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Labor Law, Employee Rights, Civil Rights, Business & Trade
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SAMPLE LEGAL CASES

Demedrano v. LABOR FINDERS OF TREASURE

The attorneys' argument that the question of costs is controlled by a retainer agreement envisioned by the rules regulating the Florida Bar is without merit. Rules "cannot alter, amend or eliminate" a substantive right. See Heymann v. Free, 913 So.2d 11, 12 (Fla. 1st DCA ...

Demont v. Demont

... the parties' marital personal property. This reservation clearly indicates that additional judicial labor is required in the cause and, therefore, the order on appeal is not appealable as a final order. See Caufield v. Cantele, 837 ...

Silva v. General Labor Staffing Services, Inc.

The premises rule is a means of determining whether an injury occurred in the course and scope of employment, as required for compensability under section 440.09(1), Florida Statutes (2006). Vigliotti v. K-Mart Corp., 680 So.2d 466, 468-69 (Fla. 1st DCA 1996). Under the ...