Florida Statute § 316.305 was enacted in 2013 as the Florida Ban on Texting While Driving Law. FL ST § 316.305. This law states that an individual may not drive an automobile “while manually typing or entering multiple letters, numbers, symbols, or other characters into a wireless communications device or while sending or reading data […]Read more "Florida Texting While Driving Law and Civil Liability"
By Beau Blackwell There seems to be a general idea out there that using a turn signal is optional. Some people use their turn signal only a split second before they make the turn or change lanes, while others use the turn signal only until the turn is already in progress. It is baffling that […]Read more "What does the Law Say About the Use of Turn Signals in Florida?"
The Florida Landlord Residential Tenancy Act (Act) provides tenants with basic security protections. According to the Act, the landlord has an affirmative obligation to maintain the dwelling unit in a habitable condition. The doctrine of caveat emptor (a doctrine holding that purchasers buy at their own risk) no longer applies to the sale or leasing […]Read more "Protections afforded by The Florida Landlord Residential Tenancy Act"
This coming semester I am taking the following courses LAW 3487 – FINANCIAL ADVOCACY LAW 3592 – INTERVIEWING AND COUNSELING LAW 3761 – NEGOTIATION AND MEDIATION LAW 3810 – REMEDIES LAW 3832 – SECURED TRANSACTIONSRead more "Fall 2015 Course load"
Beau Blackwell is currently an honor roll recognized student at Stetson University College of Law and a law clerk for a local civil litigation firm. Beau was elected by the student body as a Calvin A. Kuenzel Student Bar Association legislative representative. Beau is a member of Phi Delta Phi Legal Honor Society.Read more "Beau Blackwell"
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