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Workers’ Compensation Court Ruling May Ultimately Benefit Florida Workers But May Also Result In Higher Insurance Premiums for Florida Employers

Workers’ Compensation Court Ruling May Ultimately Benefit Florida Workers But May Also Result In Higher Insurance Premiums for Florida Employers.  

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Possible Changes to Florida’s Workers’ Compensation System

It will be interesting to learn about the Florida Supreme Court’s anticipated ruling on the adequacy of Florida’s workers’ compensation system in spite of  wide spread changes that have existed since 2003…. Florida’s Workers’ Comp System Goes Back to the Future . . . at the Expense of Your Premiums – USA February 9 2016 –  Read More

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Florida Growler Law Finally Comes to Pass

On Wednesday of this week, craft brewers and local beer enthusiasts alike will enjoy the lawful sale of 64 ounce beer jugs commonly referred to as “growlers.” This change comes about after Governor Rick Scott signed Senate Bill 186 into law on May 14, 2015. Once of the provisions within this new law is designed Read More

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Does a Contract Have to be in Writing to be Enforceable?

In short, the answer is not always, but it is always a good idea. Unfortunately, it is very common for parties to make agreements without a signed contract.  Many verbal agreements may be enforced without a written contract, but it is always better to put it in writing.  For one, it is much easier to Read More

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April 11, 2015 – MURPHY, ELLIS & WELDON, PLLC PROVIDED PRO BONO SERVICES AT JACKSONVILLE’S ONE SPARK CROWD FUNDING FESTIVAL

April 11, 2015 – Downtown Jacksonville, Florida – Murphy & Ellis, PLLC attended One Spark, the world’s largest crowd funding festival upon providing pro bono legal services through Jacksonville Area Legal Aid’s (JALA) Ask-A-Lawyer event. Attendees of One Spark were invited to sit down with area attorneys providing free legal consultations in various practice areas, Read More

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IS AN LLC CONDUCTING BUSINESS IN FLORIDA REQUIRED TO FILE A FICTITIOUS NAME REGISTRATION?

Posted by James Murphy on October 1, 2014 Is an LLC Conducting Business in Florida Required to File a Fictitious Name Registration? In Florida, a Fictitious Name means any name under which a person transacts business in this state, other than the person’s legal name.  A Fictitious Name Registration is required if the business uses any name Read More

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PRESENTERS WITH “LAWYERS IN LIBRARIES.”

Posted by Rob Ellis on October 15, 2014 In recognition of the upcoming Pro Bono Week, Murphy & Ellis, PLLC  recently led a free presentation on the topic of Online Legal Resources at Jacksonville’s Main Library downtown. The presentation was a part of the “Lawyers in Libraries” project, which was created by Jacksonville Area Legal Aid, Three Read More

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MURPHY, ELLIS & WELDON, PLLC RECOGNIZED BY JACKSONVILLE MAGAZINE’S 904 AS TOP BUSINESS LAWYERS

MURPHY, ELLIS & WELDON, PLLC RECOGNIZED BY JACKSONVILLE MAGAZINE’S 904 AS TOP BUSINESS LAWYERS Posted by James Murphy on October 16, 2014 The October/November 2014 edition of Jacksonville Magazine’s 904 has recognized Robert Ellis of Murphy & Ellis, PLLC as one of Jacksonville’s top business lawyers based upon peer review ratings.   For the full article please click on the following link.

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MURPHY, ELLIS & WELDON, PLLC JOIN REVAMPED FLORIDA BAR SPEAKERS BUREAU

Posted by Rob Ellis on August 26, 2014 August 24, 2014 – Murphy & Ellis, PLLC have volunteered to serve as speakers for the Florida Bar Speakers Bureau. The program is made up of lawyers throughout the state who speak to groups within their communities as a public service. Lawyers of Murphy & Ellis, PLLC will Read More

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FLORIDA LAWYERS AND JUDGES RECEIVE SANDRA DAY O’CONNER AWARD FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF CIVICS IN EDUCATION

Posted by Rob Ellis on July 7, 2014 Fred Lewis, a Florida Supreme Court Justice and Annette Boyd Pitts, the executive director of the Florida Law Related Education Association, both won the National Center for State Court’s Sandra Day O’Connor Award for the Advancement of Civics in Education. This prestigious award is founded on the development Read More

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