McConnaughhay, Coonrod, Pope, Weaver, Stern & Thomas, P.A.
Providing superior legal services for more than 30 years.
Size of Organization: 70
Year Established: 1976Web Site: http://www.mcconnaughhay.com
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McConnaughhay, Duffy, Coonrod, Pope,Weaver, Stern & Thomas P.A. has long enjoyed a reputation as a premier workers' compensation defense firm. Since the founding of the firm more than 30 years ago the scope of our practice has expanded to meet the needs of our clients, which range in size from small businesses to multinational corporations and span a broad array of industries. Today, we are also recognized for our work in employment law and a full spectrum of civil litigation.
The firm has nine offices throughout Florida and one location in South Georgia, from which we serve resident businesses as well as regional, national and international clients with legal matters in Florida and neighboring states.
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Quigg v. Thomas County School District - A New Dawn for Mixed Motive Claims?
Matthew G. Hawk, April 26, 2016
On February 22, 2016, the Eleventh Circuit handed down a decision in Linda Jean Quigg v. Thomas County School District, a ruling that has significant potential to alter the analysis of employment claims. Dr. Quigg was Superintendent of the Thomas County School District under a contract that was set...
2016 Workers' Compensation Session Wrap Up
Tamela Ivey Perdue, April 14, 2016
The Florida Legislature closed out the 2016 Regular Session at 6:45 pm last Friday, March 11, 2016. Throughout the session, over 1800 bills were filed but the Florida Legislature only passed 261 before its adjournment. Governor Rick Scott has already signed several items into new law.