Joining a who’s who of appellate lawyers in Florida, Brannock Humphries & Berman shareholder Tom Seider was a featured speaker at the first ever “Appellate Practice for Trial Lawyers” event sponsored by the Florida Justice Association’s Appellate Practice Section.
Having spent the last fifteen years providing appellate support during trials, Celene Humphries had a well of first-hand experience to draw on when she addressed the art of persuading judges during a special seminar at the Florida Justice Association’s annual convention.
Brannock & Humphries attorney Joe Eagleton was part of an all-star collection of appellate attorneys who spoke at a special continuing legal education program, “Appeals for the Pro Bono Practitioner,” that headlined the first day of the Florida Bar’s winter meeting in Orlando.
Board certified attorney Tracy Carlin, a longtime fixture in Florida appellate circles and Of Counsel for Brannock & Humphries, was the featured speaker at this month’s webinar series hosted by the Florida Bar’s Appellate Practice Section. Ms. Carlin spoke on the intricacies of pass-through jurisdiction, a narrow and frequently misunderstood procedural
Brannock & Humphries shareholder Celene Humphries discussed the evolving topic of evidence spoliation in personal injury and products liability cases in a special webinar she also co-chaired along with well-known personal injury attorney Jamie Holland. The program, entitled “57.105 Motions and Defense Motions for Fraud on the Court,” addressed defense motions,
Brannock & Humphries shareholder Ceci Berman presented on preserving the record for appeal at the Florida Bar Family Law Section’s 2019 Trial Advocacy Workshop, one of the most popular and advanced legal education programs for lawyers who devote their practice to family law. The Trial Advocacy Workshop is designed to take
Brannock & Humphries partner Ceci Berman was a featured speaker at the annual credit union roundtable sponsored by Shutts & Bowen, where she presented on the Florida Property Assessed Clean Energy, or “PACE,” financing program.