Brannock Humphries & Berman Ranks in Top Tier for Appellate Practice, Commercial Litigation, and Personal Injury Litigation on Behalf of Plaintiffs
One of the premier rankings of law firms has once again named Brannock Humphries & Berman among Florida’s best
Brannock Humphries & Berman shareholder Phil Padovano, a former appellate judge and author of the leading treatise on Florida appellate practice, was a featured speaker at this month’s webinar presented by the Florida Bar’s Appellate Practice Section.
Handling the oral argument after briefing by the trial team, Brannock Humphries & Berman helped ensure a favorable decision in an appeal of a summary judgment entered in favor of a surety company.
Four Brannock Humphries & Berman Lawyers Recognized in The Best Lawyers in America, Two Others Named to Inaugural Ones to Watch List
The 2021 edition of The Best Lawyers in America© has ranked numerous Brannock Humphries & Berman lawyers among the top current and upcoming legal talent in the country for appellate practice, commercial litigation, and personal injury litigation on behalf of plaintiffs.
Brannock Humphries & Berman Wins Affirmance of $7 Million Judgment in Contentious Construction Dispute
In a per curiam affirmance, the Fifth District Court of Appeal upheld a jury’s award of damages to the homeowner’s association of a prominent Orlando-area community to fix the poorly constructed roadways and major drainage problems caused by the developer.
Brannock Humphries & Berman shareholder Tom Seider has been invited to join the National Trial Lawyers: Top 100, an exclusive organization composed of the premier civil plaintiff and criminal defense lawyers around the country.
Last year, Brannock Humphries & Berman provided appellate support at five trials that made the list of the top verdicts in Florida.
Five-and-a-half years after the Second District Court of Appeal reversed the dismissal of a foreclosure lawsuit on statute of limitations grounds, the appellate court once again reversed the trial court’s dismissal of the case, this time ruling that the lower court incorrectly determined that the plaintiff, Foley & Lardner LLP,