Size of Organization: 75
Year Established: 1963Web Site: http://www.kubickidraper.com
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In 1963 the firm made a commitment to dedicate to its clients the highest caliber legal counsel. When south Florida was emerging as a burgeoning force on the international, and, domestic business front, the firm established an office in downtown Miami and thereafter offices in West Palm Beach, Fort Lauderdale, Orlando, Tampa, Naples, Ft. Myers, Jacksonville, Tallahassee, Pensacola and Ocala. The firm's reputation for proficiency in complex trial practice continues to grow, as well as in other areas of practice which have been established over the years.
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Documents by Kubicki Draper on Martindale.com
Navigating the Waters of Admiralty Jurisdiction
Marcus Gerard Mahfood, May 6, 2013
In our Winter 2013 Quarterly, we addressed the United States Supreme Court’s decision in Lozman v. City of Riviera Beach, which limited the scope of admiralty jurisdiction by refining what may be classified as a vessel. It is only fitting to now discuss the Eleventh Circuit’s recent...
Senate Bill - 286 Allows Design Professionals (i.e. Architects and Engineers) to Contractually Limit Individual Liability
Jeffrey Richard DeFelice,Michael E. Milne, May 6, 2013
On April 24, 2013, Governor Rick Scott signed into law Senate Bill 286. See Ch. 2013-28, Laws of Florida (creating §558.0035, Fla. Stat., and amending related provisions). The new law generally allows business entities that employ design professionals, such as architects and engineers, to...
The Slippery Transitory Substances Statute
Nicole Lauren Wulwick, May 6, 2013
The Florida Third District Court of Appeal’s recent decision in Kenz v. Miami-Dade County and Unicco Service Company, 3D12-571, 2013 WL 1748954 (Fla. 3d DCA April 24, 2013), has effectively expanded the applicability of Florida’s 2010 Slip and Fall Statute, §768.0755, Fla. Stat....