Florida Chamber Litigation Center: Amicus Briefs

Florida Supreme Court Ruling Bad for Businesses and Jobs

Florida Chamber of Commerce to Lead Efforts to Keep Workers’ Comp Working & Ensure the Voices of Job Creators Are…

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Florida Chamber and Florida Justice Reform Institute File Amicus Brief in Important Workers’ Compensation Case

On January 8, 2016, the Florida Chamber of Commerce and Florida Justice Reform Institute filed an amicus curiae brief, or…

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Justices Hear Arguments Over Potentially Costly Solar Amendment

Florida Chamber Urges Supreme Court to Reject Ambiguous Amendment Fresh from advocating for Florida families and job creators, the Florida…

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Poll: Floridians Support Solar But Don’t Support Proposed Amendment That Could Increase Energy Cost

  45% of Floridians Think Florida is Heading in the Right Direction TALLAHASSEE, FL. (August 31 , 2015) – The latest…

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Court Rules In Favor of Job Creators/Against Trial Lawyers

The Third District Court of Appeals today ruled against trial lawyers, and in favor of the Florida Chamber and the…

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Florida Chamber Expert Panel Discusses Possible Ramification

All eyes are on the Florida Supreme Court as they deliberate taking action on two cases that could significantly impact…

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Florida Chamber Fights for Workers’ Comp Attorney Fee Caps in Supreme Court

When the Florida Supreme Court heard oral arguments today in a high profile workers’ comp case (Castellanos v. Next Door…

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Miami Court Rules Workers’ Comp Unconstitutional – What It All Means

Yesterday, a Miami-Dade Circuit Court judge issued a summary judgment that the Florida workers’ compensation system is unconstitutional.

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