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.
In a major victory for plaintiffs around the state, the Florida Supreme Court today agreed with Brannock & Humphries that the Second District Court of Appeal improperly limited the dangerous instrumentality doctrine in declining to apply it to a multi-terrain loader.
Brannock & Humphries won a new trial for the widow of an addicted smoker who died from lung cancer, persuading the Third District Court of Appeal in the process to announce an important clarification of the requirements for bringing a lawsuit against a cigarette manufacturer under Florida law.
Steve Brannock Participates In A Panel Discussion At The Annual Conference Of Florida District Court Of Appeal Judges
One of the firm’s founding shareholders, Steve Brannock, recently spoke on “Emerging Trends in the Practice of Law” at a conference attended by all of Florida’s appellate judges.
Following almost three weeks of trial, during which Brannock & Humphries addressed multiple difficult legal questions, a jury in Jacksonville returned a $7.5 million verdict against R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Company for fraudulently concealing from the American public for more than 40 years that it intentionally designed its cigarettes to be
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
Already approved by the American Arbitration Association to serve as a commercial arbitrator, former appeals court judge and Brannock & Humphries shareholder Doug Wallace has now been approved by the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority, known as “FINRA,” to arbitrate securities-related disputes.