Tuesday, July 10, 2018

Florida' Supreme Court in Workers' Compensation

Florida workers' compensation has recently seen various supreme court decisions. Perhaps 2016 was most noteworthy, with Castellanos and Westphal. These are seen as significantly impacting the Florida system, and I hear them discussed by "insiders" of workers' compensation across the country. There are those who contend that 2016 was significant as much for First District Court decisions in cases like Miles v. City of Edgewater, 190 So.3d 171 (Fla. 1st DCA 2016) and Jones v. Food Lion, 202 So.3d 964 (Fla. 1st DCA 2016). 

But, the Supreme Court cases have led to conversations. One question I hear repeatedly is "how often does the Florida Supreme Court become involved in workers' compensation disputes?" That is an interesting question. One to which I have had no real answer. It is noteworthy that Florida Supreme Court involvement was more common in the early days of Florida workers' compensation.

As originally structured, the Florida dispute process was within the jurisdiction of a commission, the Industrial Relations Commission (IRC). The Commission was ultimately responsible for deciding disputes. Initially, the IRC held hearings for those disputes. Later, to facilitate that process, it employed "deputy commissioners," which were essentially similar in responsibilities to our modern Judges of Compensation Claims. Those deputies would hold hearings, consider evidence, and render rulings. If a party was unsatisfied with the outcome, it would appeal the decision to the IRC.

After Florida enacted workers' compensation in 1935, the first reference I can find to the Florida Supreme Court is Maryland Casualty v. Sutherland, 168 So.2d 679 (Fla. 1936). It describes that a party dissatisfied with the ruling of the IRC would appeal that decision to the Circuit Court (Florida's court of general jurisdiction). And, if dissatisfied with the Circuit Court decision, the party could then resort to review by the Florida Supreme Court. Of course, there were no other appellate courts in Florida at the time. It would not be until 1957 that the Florida legislature would create three District Courts of Appeal (Florida now has five).

In Sutherland, the Circuit Court affirmed the IRC order of death benefits under the new workers' compensation law (enacted in 1935), following the worker's injury and death on October 6, 1935. Florida was not among the first to legislate workers' compensation. In fact, though Florida was not last (sorry Mississippi), it was in the last five states. Thus, many states had been limiting recovery for injured workers by statutory provision of benefits for years before Sutherland was litigated under Florida's "new law."

The Court in Sutherland noted however that it had been unsuccessful finding any "precedent for us to follow in the law of workmen's (sic) compensation." The Court noted that there was no statutory provision for whom should receive death benefits if a worker died without dependents as Sutherland had. The Court concluded death benefits must be nonetheless payable to the worker's estate. Its analysis was that if no death benefits were payable without dependents, "then industry could seize upon this situation and place such men in the most hazardous places of work, knowing that if they were killed, it would cost industry nothing." Some might find that cynical?

The first constitutional challenge to Florida workers' compensation happened the next month in State ex. rel. Jacksonville Gas Co. v. Lewis, 170 So.2d 306 (Fla. 1936). This was a challenge regarding the title of the law and its contents. The challenger contended section 39 of the act was not as described in the title, and thus unconstitutional. The Supreme Court disagreed and concluded the law did not run afoul of the state constitution. 

Time passed, and Florida workers' compensation evolved. Circuit Court involvement was removed and appeals from the IRC went directly to the Supreme Court. In 1979, the legislature enacted Section 440.217 and vested jurisdiction for workers' compensation appeals in the Florida First District Court of Appeal in Tallahassee. That designation was affirmed by the Florida Supreme Court in 1980 in Rollins v. Southern Bell, 384 So.2d 650 (Fla 1980). The IRC was later abolished in 1979, the Office of Judges of Compensation Claims (OJCC) was created in the Department of Labor and Employment Security (DLES), and the litigation process remains similar to this day (except for the abolishing of DLES and the transfer of the OJCC to the Division of Administrative Hearings in 2001. 

So, until 1979, the Florida Supreme Court would be expected to have had more frequent involvement in workers' compensation. A database search revealed 337 decisions of the Florida Supreme Court that mentioned either "workers' compensation" or "workmens' compensation." That second one is clearly genderist, and that phrase has now been removed from Chapter 440, but historic decisions might nonetheless use that term. 

Of those 337, 102 are clearly not related to substantive workers' compensation issues. These include various rule revision decisions, Florida Bar complaint decisions, and even a few related to the Florida Birth-Related Neurological Injury Fund. These mention "workers' compensation," and were therefore in the search results but were excluded from the final analysis. The distribution of the remaining 235 reported cases are as follows: 


From this cursory analysis (without reading all of the individual cases), one might conclude that 2016 was above average for published Florida Supreme Court decisions mentioning workers' compensation; the average over the last 40 years is 6 per year. Some will read the 2016 cases listed below and conclude some are not appropriately included. But, undertaking that in-depth analysis of any particular year would only be appropriate if such analysis were performed for each of the 235 cases. Since that is not undertaken for all years, that scrutiny of any single year is not appropriate in this "overview" analysis. 

And, one might conclude that Florida Supreme Court published decisions that mention workers' compensation are decreasing in volume. Dividing the last 40 years (since the abolition of the IRC, the advent of First District Court jurisdiction) into four decades affords support for that conclusion. Though the most recent decade included 2018, which is now only half-concluded), the average of 2.5 Supreme Court cases per year is notably lower than any prior ten year period.


It is thus perhaps difficult to conclude that Florida Supreme Court workers' compensation written decisions are increasing. Certainly, 2016 was above that overall average, with 7 published opinions. However, that volume would nonetheless appear to be an exception for that ten year period, and not the rule. For those who might want to count themselves, the data relied upon is below.

91. Eady v. Medical Personnel Pool 1979
229. Crippen v. Sunland Center 1979
237. Highsmith v. Woodson 1979
242. Tinsley v. City of St. Petersburg 1979
1. International Paper Co. v. McKinney 1980
23. Rollins v. Southern Bell Tel. and Tel. Co. 1980
57. Samaha v. State 1980
113. Strother v. Morrison Cafeteria 1980
115. Croft v. Pinkerton-Hayes Lumber Co. 1980
122. Redding v. Cobia Boat Co. 1980
127. Kerce v. Coca-Cola Company-Foods Division 1980
154. Media General Corp. v. Curry 1980
157. American Bankers Ins. Co. v. Little 1980
162. American Beryllium Co. v. Stringer 1980
186. D’Angelo Plastering Co. v. Isaac 1980
200. Favre v. Capeletti Bros., Inc. 1980
211. Special Disability Trust Fund v. Stone & Webster Engineering Corp. 1980
249. Fuller Lumber Co. v. Parler 1980
86. Houle v. Asphalt Sealing and Stripping Co., Inc. 1981
110. Hacker v. St. Petersburg Kennel Club 1981
114. Motchkavitz v. L. C. Boggs Industries, Inc. 1981
132. City of Miami v. Rosenberg 1981
155. Iglesia v. Floran 1981
160. Silvera v. Miami Wholesale Grocery, Inc. 1981
172. Wright v. Gulf and Western Food Products 1981
220. Oglesby v. Southern Bell Tel. and Tel. Co. 1981
288. Cauley v. City of Jacksonville 1981
142. Lovett v. Gore Newspapers Co. 1982
161. Gulfstream Land & Development Corp. v. Wilkerson 1982
8. Mahoney v. Sears, Roebuck & Co. 1983
17. Acton v. Fort Lauderdale Hosp. 1983
20. Employers Ins. of Wausau v. Abernathy 1983
35. Smith v. Piezo Technology and Professional Adm’rs 1983
70. Sosa v. Knight-Ridder Newspapers, Inc. 1983
109. Caravasios v. M.W. Spates Const. Co. 1983
141. Prahl Bros., Inc. v. Phillips 1983
78. Sasso v. Ram Property Management 1984
100. Nikko Gold Coast Cruises v. Gulliford 1984
138. Norwood Shell, Inc. v. Forbing 1984
139. Morain v. Publix Supermarket 1984
140. Rudolph v. Miami Dolphins, Ltd. 1984
164. Kimbrell v. Paige 1984
34. Aetna Ins. Co. v. Norman 1985
60. Newton v. McCotter Motors, Inc. 1985
65. O’Neil v. Department of Transp. 1985
105. L.M. Duncan & Sons, Inc. v. City of Clearwater 1985
111. Booher v. Pepperidge Farm, Inc. 1985
117. Orr v. Trask 1985
118. Acosta v. Kraco, Inc. 1985
137. Mobil v. Trask 1985
156. Travieso v. Travieso 1985
173. Bredy v. Turner Patrol & Detective Agency, Inc. 1985
308. Everton v. Willard 1985
2. Shipp v. Workers’ Compensation Admin. Trust Fund 1986
48. Fisher v. Shenandoah Gen. Const. Co. 1986
53. Lawton v. Alpine Engineered Products, Inc. 1986
75. Daniel v. Holmes Lumber Co. 1986
133. Allstate Ins. Co. v. Boynton 1986
136. International Hosp. v. Seymour 1986
143. City of Fort Lauderdale v. Sledge 1986
144. Farm Stores, Inc. v. Harvey 1986
266. Florida Steel Corp. v. Adaptable Developments, Inc. 1986
116. Dayron Corp. v. Morehead 1987
125. Streeter v. Sullivan 1987
167. Coon v. Continental Ins. Co. 1987
171. Crittenden Orange Blossom Fruit v. Stone 1987
185. Brackenridge v. Ametek, Inc. 1987
226. Clausell v. Hobart Corp. 1987
286. Dionese v. City of West Palm Beach 1987
72. Tarver v. Evergreen Sod Farms, Inc. 1988
99. Scott v. Otis Elevator Co. 1988
119. Nikula v. Michigan Mut. Ins. 1988
158. Harris v. State 1988
208. Liberty Mut. Ins. Co. v. Chambers 1988
293. Barron v. Florida Freedom Newspapers, Inc. 1988
12. Byrd v. Richardson-Greenshields Securities, Inc. 1989
19. Barragan v. City of Miami 1989
32. Gator Freightways, Inc. v. Roberts 1989
38. Weisfeld v. Weisfeld 1989
63. Department of Public Health, Div. of Risk Management v. Wilcox 1989
77. Leon County School Bd. v. Grimes 1989
98. De Ayala v. Florida Farm Bureau Cas. Ins. Co. 1989
106. Cypress Creek Nursery v. Eagle 1989
149. USS Agri-Chemicals, a Div. of USX Corp. v. Waddell 1989
230. Hullinger v. Ryder Truck Rental, Inc. 1989
275. State v. Simpson 1989
18. Theis v. City of Miami 1990
41. Manfredo v. Employer’s Cas. Ins. Co. 1990
66. Scott v. Otis Elevator Co. 1990
102. D.L. Cullifer and Son, Inc. v. Martinez 1990
120. Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services v. Bonanno 1990
148. Halifax Paving, Inc. v. Scott & Jobalia Const. Co., Inc. 1990
190. Frazier v. Baker Material Handling Corp. 1990
235. Shelby Mut. Ins. Co. of Shelby, Ohio v. Smith 1990
285. Thornber v. City of Ft. Walton Beach 1990
310. Standard Guar. Ins. Co. v. Quanstrom 1990
37. Martinez v. Scanlan 1991
134. Roe v. City Investing/General Development Corp. 1991
176. In re Estate of Platt 1991
180. Gormley v. GTE Products Corp. 1991
196. Florida Power Corp. v. Seminole County 1991
280. Chiles v. Children A, B, C, D, E, and F 1991
25. Mandico v. Taos Const., Inc. 1992
49. University of Florida v. Massie 1992
56. Sibley v. Adjustco, Inc. 1992
88. City of Holmes Beach v. Grace 1992
121. Holder v. Keller Kitchen Cabinets 1992
175. Michigan Millers Mut. Ins. Co. v. Bourke 1992
247. Melendez v. State 1992
265. Georgia Insurers Insolvency Pool v. Brewer 1992
291. Firestone Tire & Rubber Co. v. Acosta 1992
36. Eller v. Shova 1993
59. Commercial Coatings of Northwest Florida, Inc. v. Pensacola Concrete Const. Co., Inc. 1993
62. Weber v. Dobbins 1993
83. Lee v. City of Jacksonville 1993
90. Cash v. Universal Rivet, Inc. 1993
92. Garcia v. Carmar Structural, Inc. 1993
130. Allied-Signal, Inc. v. Fox 1993
147. University of Miami v. Echarte 1993
314. Dimmitt Chevrolet, Inc. v. Southeastern Fidelity Ins. Corp. 1993
47. Zundell v. Dade County School Bd. 1994
82. Jones v. Chiles 1994
108. City of Miami v. Bell 1994
197. Weygant v. Fort Myers Lincoln Mercury, Inc. 1994
212. Thompson v. State 1994
320. Department of Revenue v. Kuhnlein 1994
3. Ramos v. Univision Holdings, Inc. 1995
43. Williams v. Fort Pierce Tribune and Claims Center 1995
68. Keith v. News & Sun Sentinel Co. 1995
74. Holmes County School Bd. v. Duffell 1995
95. Clair v. Glades County Bd. of Com’rs 1995
193. Keith v. News & Sun Sentinel Co. 1995
257. De La Rosa v. Zequeira 1995
24. Barry v. Burdines 1996
103. Domino’s Pizza v. Gibson 1996
128. Millinger v. Broward County Mental Health Div. and Risk Management 1996
181. Cramer v. Broedell Plumbing Supply 1996
206. Department of Educ. v. Roe 1996
281. In re Estate of Smith 1996
306. Acosta v. Richter 1996
312. Kinney System, Inc. v. Continental Ins. Co. 1996
313. Coalition for Adequacy and Fairness in School Funding, Inc. v. Chiles 1996
4. Hastings v. Demming 1997
11. Broward v. Jacksonville Medical Center 1997
61. Escambia County Sheriff’s Dept. v. Grice 1997
93. Recchi America Inc. v. Hall 1997
227. Galen of Florida, Inc. v. Braniff 1997
252. Forgione v. Dennis Pirtle Agency, Inc. 1997
260. Murray v. Department of Transp. 1997
284. Y.H. Investments, Inc. v. Godales 1997
299. State v. Mark Marks, P.A. 1997
21. Florida Dept. of Corrections v. Culver 1998
39. Lee v. Wells Fargo Armored Services 1998
89. Wal-Mart Stores v. Campbell 1998
182. Rea v. 7-11 Stores/Southland Corp. 1998
192. Paulk v. Palm Beach County School Bd. 1998
201. Mims v. Lipton Toyota, Inc. 1998
15. Deen v. Quantum Resources, Inc. 1999
85. City of Clearwater v. Acker 1999
169. Boulis v. Florida Dept. of Transp. 1999
26. Turner v. PCR, Inc. 2000
30. City of Hollywood v. Lombardi 2000
71. Dixon v. GAB Business Services, Inc. 2000
123. U.S. Sec. Ins. Co. v. Cimino 2000
177. Salters v. State 2000
202. Florida Dept. of Transp. v. Johns 2000
207. Florida Plastering v. Alderman 2000
217. Rollins v. Pizzarelli 2000
267. Trapp v. State 2000
268. Nationwide Mut. Fire Ins. Co. v. Pinnacle Medical, Inc. 2000
297. Allstate Ins. Co. v. Rudnick 2000
28. Florida Dept. of Labor & Employment Sec. v. Boise Cascade Corp. 2001
64. State v. Herny 2001
69. Swartz v. McDonald’s Corp. 2001
94. Jones v. ETS of New Orleans, Inc. 2001
97. Gilbert v. Publix Supermarkets, Inc. 2001
112. Florida Dept. of Transp. v. Juliano 2001
129. Florida HRS Dist. II v. Pickard 2001
178. Ford v. Conklin 2001
179. Florida Dept. of Transp. v. Hogan 2001
221. Florida Power Corp. v. Garcia 2001
294. Mitchell v. Moore 2001
302. United Auto. Ins. Co. v. Rodriguez 2001
10. U.S. Sugar Corp. v. Henson 2002
248. Coregis Ins. Co. v. Mosquito Control Special Taxing Dist. 2002
276. Alterra Healthcare Corp. v. Estate of Shelley 2002
300. Roberts ex rel. Estate of Roberts v. Tejada 2002
166. Humana Worker’s Compensation Services v. Home Emergency Services, Inc. 2003
241. Grenitz v. Tomlian 2003
33. Reeves v. Fleetwood Homes of Florida, Inc. 2004
40. Taylor v. School Bd. of Brevard County 2004
44. Travelers Indem. Co. v. PCR Inc. 2004
9. Aguilera v. Inservices, Inc. 2005
22. Florida Div. Of Workers’ Compensation v. Cagnoli 2005
213. Malu v. Security Nat. Ins. Co. 2005
219. Maggio v. Florida Dept. of Labor and Employment Security 2005
316. Acker v. Acker 2005
13. Jones v. Martin Electronics, Inc. 2006
31. Aravena v. Miami-Dade County 2006
124. Steadman v. Liberty Mut. Ins. Co. 2006
184. Summit Claims Management, Inc. v. Lawyers Exp. Trucking, Inc. 2006
277. Schmidt v. McDonough 2006
27. Bakerman v. The Bombay Co., Inc. 2007
231. Florida Dept. of Corrections v. Abril 2007
29. Sanders v. City Of Orlando 2008
96. Murray v. Mariner Health 2008
183. Rigaud v. Broward General Medical Center 2008
216. Phantom of Brevard, Inc. v. Brevard County 2008
225. Deren v. State 2008
321. Florida Hosp. Waterman, Inc. v. Buster 2008
191. Saleeby v. Rocky Elson Const., Inc. 2009
52. Bifulco v. Patient Business & Financial Services, Inc. 2010
58. Florida’s Sheriff’s Workers’ Compensation Self-Insurance Fund v. Florida Dept. of Financial Services 2010
218. Menendez v. Progressive Exp. Ins. Co., Inc. 2010
234. Perera v. U.S. Fidelity and Guar. Co. 2010
243. Florida Dept. of State v. Mangat 2010
278. Wald v. Grainger 2011
279. Bionetics Corp. v. Kenniasty 2011
174. Petty v. Florida Ins. Guar. Ass’n 2012
209. City of Palm Bay v. Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. 2013
223. Geico Gen. Ins. Co. v. Virtual Imaging Services, Inc. 2013
244. Franks v. Bowers 2013
6. Morales v. Zenith Ins. Co. 2014
79. Palm Const. Co. of West Florida v. Florida Dept. of Financial Services, Div. of Workers’ Compensation 2015
45. Richardson v. Aramark/Sedgwick CMS 2016
46. Westphal v. City of St. Petersburg 2016
51. Castellanos v. Next Door Co. 2016
153. Pfeffer v. Labor Ready Southeast, Inc. 2016
210. Diaz v. Palmetto General Hosp. 2016
282. Paton v. GEICO General Ins. Co. 2016
295. M.M. v. Florida Dept. of Children and Families 2016
16. Stewart v. Florida Workers’ Compensation Insurance Guaranty Association 2017
87. Weaver v. Myers 2017
296. Allstate Insurance Company v. Orthopedic Specialists 2017
304. Searcy, Denney, Scarola, Barnhart & Shipley, etc. v. State 2017
Not Included in Calculations
131. In re Florida Workers’ Compensation Rules of Procedure 1979
50. In re Florida Workers’ Compensation Rules 1980
269. In re Florida Rules of Judicial Administration 1980
188. In re Certificate of Judicial Manpower 1980
168. The Florida Bar v. Samaha 1981
273. The Florida Bar Re Amendment to Bylaws 1981
317. The Florida Bar 1982
165. The Florida Bar v. Wooten 1984
287. The Florida Bar v. Lancaster 1984
81. The Florida Bar 1984
145. The Florida Bar v. Kirtz 1984
290. Florida Patient’s Compensation Fund v. Rowe 1985
301. The Florida Bar re Rules Regulating The Florida Bar 1986
322. In re Certificate of Judicial Manpower for District Courts of Appeal, Circuit Courts and County Courts, as Required by Article V, Section 9, Florida Constitution 1986
7. The Florida Bar Re Amendment to Rules Regulating The Florida Bar 6-8.3, 6-85, and Florida Bar, The, Re Amendment to Rules Regulating The Florida Bar 6-8.3, 6-8.5, and 6-11 1987
238. The Florida Bar v. Tunsil 1987
307. In re Amendments to Rules of Civil Procedure 1988
67. The Florida Bar 1988
104. The Florida Bar Re Amendment to Rules Regulating The Florida Bar Chapter 6 (Legal Specialization and Educ.) 1989
187. The Florida Bar v. Flinn 1991
199. In re Certification of Judicial Manpower 1991
55. Amendments to Florida Rules of Workers’ Compensation Procedure 1992
150. The Florida Bar Re: Amendment to Rules Regulating The Florida Bar 1992
259. In re Florida Rules of Family Court Procedure 1992
262. In re Certification of Judicial Manpower 1992
263. The Florida Bar re Amendment to Rules Regulating the Florida Bar 1992
272. In re Amendments to Florida Rules of Appellate Procedure 1992
334. The Florida Bar Re: Amendment to Florida Rules of Judicial Admin. 1992
337. In re Amendments to the Florida Rules of Civil Procedure 1992
204. In re Certification of Judgeships 1993
258. The Florida Bar v. Mitchell 1994
76. Amendments to Florida Rules of Workers’ Compensation 1995
84. In re Amendments to the Florida Rules of Workers’ Compensation Procedure 1995
255. The Florida Bar re Amendments to Rules Regulating The Florida Bar 1995
233. In re Family Law Rules of Procedure 1995
54. In re Amendments to Florida Rules of Workers’ Compensation Procedure 1996
80. Florida Birth-Related Neurological Injury Compensation Ass’n v. McKaughan 1996
151. Amendments to the Florida Rules of Appellate Procedure 1996
152. Amendments to the Florida Rules of Appellate Procedure 1996
253. In re Certification of Need for Additional Judges 1996
324. In re Amendments to Rules Regulating The Florida Bar 1996
214. The Florida Bar v. Spann 1996
5. In re Amendments to the Florida Rules of Workers’ Compensation Procedure 1997
274. In re Certification of the Need for Additional Judges 1997
327. The Florida Bar re Amendments to Rules Regulating the Florida Bar 1997
256. Amendments to Florida Family Law Rules of Procedure 1998
264. The Florida Bar v. Sweeney 1998
271. The Florida Bar re Williams 1998
309. In re Amendments to the Florida Family Law Rules 1998
107. The Florida Bar v. Sayler 1998
73. Amendments to the Florida Rules of Workers’ Compensation Procedure 2000
170. Amendments to Florida Rules of Appellate Procedure 2000
189. The Florida Bar v. Buckle 2000
222. Amendments to the Florida Rules of Judicial Admin. 2000
311. In re Amendments to the Florida Family Law Rules of Procedure 2000
318. Amendments To The Florida Family Law Rules of Procedure and Family Law Forms 2000
328. Amendments to the Rules Regulating The Florida Bar 2000
270. Amendments to Rules Regulating The Florida Bar 2001
315. Amendments to the Florida Family Law Forms 2001
42. Amendments to the Florida Rules of Workers’ Compensation Procedure 2002
159. Amendments to Florida Rules of Appellate Procedure 2002
228. Amendment to Florida Rule of Judicial Admin. 2.130 2002
333. In re Report of Supreme Court Workgroup on Public Records 2002
336. Amendments to Rules Regulating the Florida Bar 2002
101. The Florida Bar v. Kelly 2002
254. Amendments to the Florida Family Law Rules of Procedure 2003
261. Amendments to the Florida Rules of Judicial Admin. (2-Year Cycle) 2003
14. Amendments to the Florida Rules of Workers’ Compensation Procedure 2004
251. In re Approval of Form For Use By Clerks of the Circuit Courts Pursuant to Rule 10-2.1(a) of the Rules Regulating The Florida Bar 2004
289. Amendment to the Rules Regulating The Florida Bar 2004
126. Amendments to the Florida Rules of Appellate Procedure 2005
198. In re Amendments to The Rules of Judicial Admin. (Two-Year Cycle) 2005
240. In re Approval of Application for Determination of Indigent Status Forms for Use By Clerks 2005
305. The Florida Bar v. Shankman 2005
319. In re Amendments to the Florida Rules of Criminal Procedure-Conform Rules to 2004 Legislation 2005
335. In re Amendments to the Rules Regulating The Florida Bar 2005
135. In re Amendments to The Florida Rules of Appellate Procedure (Out of Cycle) 2006
246. In re Amendments to the Florida Family Law Rules of Procedure (Out of Cycle) 2006
163. Florida Birth-Related Neurological Injury Compensation Ass’n v. Florida Div. of Administrative Hearings 2007
239. In re Amendments to the Rules Regulating the Florida Bar 2007
250. In re Approval of Application For Determination of Indigent Status Forms For Use By Clerks And Amendment To Florida Rule of Criminal Procedure 3.984 2007
205. The Florida Bar v. Varner 2008
215. Florida House of Representatives v. Crist 2008
245. In re Approval of Application for Determination of Indigent Status Form for Use by Clerks and Amendment to Florida Rule of Criminal Procedure 3.984 2009
283. In re Amendments to the Rules Regulating the Florida Bar 2009
303. The Florida Bar v. Head 2010
195. In re Standard Jury Instructions In Civil Cases-Report No. 09-01 (Reorganization of the Civil Jury Instructions) 2010
224. In re Amendments to Florida Rules of Appellate Procedure 2011
330. In re Amendments to Florida Rules of Civil Procedure, Florida Rules of Judicial Administration, Florida Rules of Criminal Procedure, Florida Probate Rules, Florida Small Claims Rules, Florida Rules of Juvenile Procedure, Florida Rules of Appellate Procedure, Florida Family Law Rules of Procedure--Electronic Filing 2012
331. In re Amendments to Florida Rules of Civil Procedure, Florida Rules of Judicial Administration, Florida Rules of Criminal Procedure, Florida Probate Rules, Florida Small Claims Rules, Florida Rules of Juvenile Procedure, Florida Rules of Appellate Procedure, and Florida Family Law Rules of Procedure--Electronic Filing 2012
146. Citizens Property Ins. Corp. v. San Perdido Ass’n, Inc. 2012
292. In re Standard Jury Instructions in Civil Cases--Report No. 2011-01 (Unlawful Retaliation) 2012
232. Samples v. Florida Birth-Related Neurological Injury Comp. Ass’n 2013
329. In re Amendments to Rules Regulating the Florida Bar--Subchapter 4-7, Lawyer Advertising Rules 2013
203. In re Amendments to Florida Rules of Appellate Procedure 2014
298. The Florida Bar v. Gass 2014
323. In re Amendments to Rules Regulating The Florida Bar (Biennial Report) 2014
325. In re Amendments to Rules Regulating the Florida Bar (Biennial Petition Housekeeping) 2015
326. In re Amendments To Florida Evidence Code 2017
332. In re Amendments to Rules Regulating The Florida Bar (Biennial Petition) 2017
194. In re Amendments to Florida Rules of Appellate Procedure 2017
236. In re Standard Jury Instructions in Civil Cases-Report No. 17-04 2017



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