A Fort Lauderdale jury has awarded more than $10 million in compensatory and punitive damages to the daughter of a deceased smoker, marking the third verdict in the last six weeks that Brannock & Humphries has helped obtain.
Second District Court Of Appeal Reverses Defense Verdict, Grants Brannock & Humphries Client A New Trial
Brannock & Humphries prevailed today in convincing the Second District Court of Appeal that a Hillsborough County trial judge made several errors during the jury selection process of a wrongful death lawsuit that ended in a verdict for cigarette manufacturer Philip Morris.
Steve Brannock and Celene Humphries reprised their key roles this year as teachers at the most advanced continuing legal education program offered by the Florida Bar in appellate practice.
Just a week after a spirited oral argument in Tampa, the Second District Court of Appeal today fully upheld the trial court’s ruling in a hard-fought dissolution of marriage lawsuit.
The Florida Supreme Court has resolved a years-old conflict that sharply divided Florida’s lower appellate courts, handing a unanimous win to Brannock & Humphries on an issue near and dear to many lawyers’ hearts: proposals for settlement.
The Florida Supreme Court has reversed the Fourth District Court of Appeal’s decision in an important case about the limits of a criminal defendant’s Fifth Amendment rights to counsel and to avoid self-incrimination.
If a ladder appears in the middle of a bridge, and no one saw how it got there, can the plaintiff argue that the ladder fell from a vehicle because the driver of the vehicle was negligent?
Brannock & Humphries Honored By U.S. News & World Report As “Best Law Firm” In Three Separate Specialties
Along with another highly-sought-after “Tier 1” annual recognition from U.S. News & World Report for its work in appellate practice and commercial litigation, Brannock & Humphries was, for the first time this year, selected as a “Tier 2” recipient of the publication’s “Best Law Firm” designation in the area of