Brannock & Humphries attorneys Ceci Berman and Tom Seider were part of an all-star faculty at an advanced, daylong course presented by The Florida Bar’s Appellate Practice Section entitled, “The Art of Objecting: A Trial Lawyer’s Guide to Preserving Error for Appeal.”
Brannock & Humphries lawyer Tom Seider has joined the exclusive list of Florida attorneys who are board certified by The Florida Bar in appellate practice.
Along with Judge T. Kent Wetherell of the First District Court of Appeal and Administrative Law Judge Andrew D. Manko of Tallahassee, Brannock & Humphries shareholder Steve Brannock spoke about appeals from administrative agency action at the 2019 advanced topics seminar presented by the Florida Bar’s Administrative Law Section, Environmental
The annual Super Lawyers rankings are out, and Brannock & Humphries lawyers are featured prominently in them.
For the fourth consecutive year, Brannock & Humphries shareholders Steve Brannock, Celene Humphries, and Ceci Berman all made Super Lawyers’ annual list of the top 100 lawyers in the state, and this year, Celene Humphries was also singled-out as one of the 10 best lawyers in Florida.
Brannock & Humphries shareholder Celene Humphries participated in a panel discussion at the 2019 Florida College of Advanced Judicial Studies, an intensive full-week program that offered numerous in-depth seminars on some of the most essential and complex issues facing Florida’s trial judges.
In a relatively rare feat, Brannock & Humphries prevailed today in a second-tier certiorari proceeding that challenged the City of Cape Coral’s attempt to annex six parcels of environmentally sensitive land on an island community in unincorporated Lee County.
Brannock & Humphries shareholder Phil Padovano, who served for more than twenty-five years on Florida’s trial and appellate benches, presented at the American Bar Association’s regional appellate practice seminar in Miami.
“The tiniest words can have the greatest consequence,” the Second District Court of Appeal stated in ruling for a Brannock & Humphries client today in a $1.5 million disagreement that turned on the appellate court’s interpretation of the parties’ prenuptial agreement.