The annual Super Lawyers rankings are out, and Brannock & Humphries lawyers are featured prominently in them.
The list of the most significant verdicts won by plaintiffs in Florida during the 2018 calendar year has been released, and Brannock & Humphries played a role in three of the top nine.
Brannock & Humphries Sponsors Hillsborough County Bar Foundation’s Fourteenth Annual Law and Liberty Dinner
The Hillsborough County Bar Foundation’s biggest fundraiser of the year will be held on May 2, and Brannock & Humphries is proud to be among the sponsors for this exciting event.
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.
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
Brannock & Humphries Secures Unanimous Victory For Homeowner In Florida Supreme Court Foreclosure Case
Brannock & Humphries successfully convinced all seven members of the Florida Supreme Court to dismiss a challenge today to a decision of the Fifth District Court of Appeal, brought by U.S. Bank, over which the Supreme Court had previously agreed to weigh in.
The Second District Court of Appeal today reversed the distribution of marital assets and liabilities in a final judgment of divorce, ruling in favor of a Brannock & Humphries client who claimed that the judgment unfairly saddled her with virtually all of the former couple’s debts while awarding her ex-husband
For the second time in less than a month, Brannock & Humphries convinced the Florida Supreme Court to stop Governor Rick Scott from filling a seat on the Fourth Judicial Circuit until the conclusion of ongoing litigation over whether that seat should instead be filled by an election.