Less than 48 hours after a virtual oral argument held via Zoom, the Fourth District Court of Appeal affirmed, without comment, a Broward County jury’s award of $20 million in compensatory and punitive damages to the surviving spouse of a woman who died of lung cancer after smoking for over
The 2020 edition of the popular Super Lawyers magazine is out, once again ranking many of Brannock Humphries & Berman’s lawyers among Florida’s best appellate practitioners.
Chambers USA Ranks More Brannock Humphries & Berman Lawyers As Leaders In Appellate Practice Than Any Other Florida Firm
Praising its attorneys’ “high-caliber work” and singling out the firm as a “highly-respected boutique,” Chambers USA has placed Brannock Humphries & Berman, and its three managing shareholders, in elite company on one of the most prestigious rankings of Florida’s top appellate lawyers and law firms.
Just shy of its eleventh anniversary, Brannock & Humphries has added managing shareholder Ceci Berman’s name to the firm’s marquee, becoming Brannock Humphries & Berman.
Last year, Brannock & Humphries provided appellate support at eight trials that made the list of the top verdicts in the United States, and another case in which Brannock & Humphries played a key role ended with one of the nation’s 100 highest settlements.
As in years past, Brannock & Humphries was once again named a “Tier 1” regional law firm in the areas of appellate practice and commercial litigation, also garnering a “Tier 2” ranking from U.S. News & World Report in personal injury litigation on behalf of plaintiffs.
The 2020 edition of The Best Lawyers in America has ranked several Brannock & Humphries attorneys among the top legal talent in the country for appellate practice, commercial litigation, and personal injury litigation on behalf of plaintiffs. Known for its credibility and prestige, recognition by Best Lawyers is based entirely on
Brannock & Humphries Obtains Affirmance Of Multimillion-Dollar Jury Verdict Against Cigarette Manufacturers
Following written and oral advocacy by Brannock & Humphries, the Fifth District Court of Appeal has fully upheld, without comment, a Brevard County jury’s decision to award $36 million, including punitive damages, to three plaintiffs in a wrongful death lawsuit against Philip Morris and R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Company.