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Presentations

1.      Florida Assisted Living Association, "Is Tort the Answer"; August 5, 2019; Orlando, FL.

2.      Florida Trucker’s Association, "Tort Reform in Florida"; July 19, 2019, 2019; Palm Beach, FL.

3.      Carlton Fields In-House Counsel Forum, "Litigation Reform"; April 6, 2019; Orlando, FL.

4.      Florida Trucker’s Association, "2019 Tort Outlook"; April 2, 2019; Tallahassee, FL.

5.      Property Casualty Insurers Association, "Bad Faith Reform Isn’t Dead"; September 14, 2018; St. Petersburg, FL.

6.      Florida Surplus Lines Association, "Florida Litigation Outlook"; August 2, 2018; St. Pete Beach, FL.

7.      The Medical Professional Liability Association; "Recent Battles in the Effort to Promote MPL Reforms"; May 17, 2018; Orlando, FL.

8.      American Tort Reform Association; "Trial Lawyer Candidates"; March 20, 2018; Washington, D.C.

9.      The Florida Council of 100; "FJRI What We Do"; November 16, 2017; Palm Beach, FL.

10.    Property Casualty Insurers Association, "The Future of the Supreme Court and Tort Reform Agenda"; October 5, 2017; Amelia Island, FL.

11.    Civil Justice Reform Group,"2017 Legislative Overview & Look Ahead"; February 15, 2017; Atlanta, FL.

12.    Florida Chamber of Commerce Annual Insurance Summit, "Job Creators Beware: Workers’ Comp Taking a Bigger Chunk Out of the Bottom Line"; February 1-3, 2017; Miami, FL.

13.    Florida State University School of Medicine, "The Future of Medical Malpractice Law in Florida"; January 31, 2017; Tallahassee, FL.

14.    Florida State University, “Constitutional Dialogues Interpretation as Political Process”; October 7, 2016; Tallahassee, FL.

15.    Florida Chamber of Commerce, "Board of Governors/Economic Development Task Force"; September 19, 2016; Tallahassee, FL.

16.    Florida Insurance Council, "Workers’ Compensation Insurance Breakout – Case Law Update & Discussion of Legislation"; July 26, 2016; Orlando, FL.

17.    Property Casualty Insurers Association, "Bad Faith and Assignment of Benefits"; June 9, 2016; Tallahassee, FL.

18.    Florida Chamber of Commerce, “Climbing Out Of Florida’s “Judicial Hellhole”' March 5, 2015; Tallahassee, FL.

19.    The Federalist Society, “Florida Statewide Conference,” February 28, 2015; Orlando, FL.

20.    Florida State University School of Medicine, "The Future of Medical Malpractice Law in Florida"; February 9, 2015; Tallahassee, FL.

21.    Florida Chamber of Commerce, "Battling The Trial Bar: How Lawsuit Abuse Reform Can Stop The Legal Games"; January 27, 2015; Orlando, FL.

22.    Property Casualty Insurers Association, "Bad Faith"; January 15, 2015; Amelia Island, FL.

23.    Florida Insurance Council, "2014 Legislative Recap & Look Ahead"; December 9, 2014; Amelia Island, FL.

24.    Texas Alliance for Patient Access, "Ramifications of the McCall Decision"; November 14, 2014; Austin, TX.

25.    American Tort Reform Association, "Ramifications of the McCall Decision"; November 12, 2014; San Diego, CA.

26.    Florida Chamber of Commerce, "Right Direction Reform: Improving Workers’ Comp, Property Insurance and Lawsuit Abuse"; September 30, 2014; Orlando, FL.

27.    American Legislative Exchange Council, "Judicial Nullification of Tort Reform in Florida"; May 2, 2014; Kansas City, Mo.

28.    Florida College of Emergency Physicians, "2014 Legislative Overview & Look Ahead"; March 10, 2014; Tallahassee, FL.

29.    Florida Securities Dealers Association, Inc., "2014 Legislative Overview & Look Ahead"; February 11, 2014; Tallahassee, FL.

30.    Florida State University Medical School, "Current Issues in Medical Liability Reform in Florida: The Changing Legal Landscape for New Lawyers"; October 29, 2013; Tallahassee, FL.

31.    University of Florida Health Law Association, "Current Issues in Medical Liability Reform in Florida: The Changing Legal Landscape for New Lawyers"; October 16, 2013; Gainesville, FL.

32.    Personal Insurance Federation of Florida, "Extra Contractual Damages"; September 27, 2013; Destin, FL.

33.    American Legislative Exchange Council, "Daubert – Getting it Done"; August 8, 2013; Chicago, IL.

34.    Florida Orthopedic Surgeon Conference, "2013 Legislative Recap"; May, 31, 2013; Key Largo, FL.

35.    YMCA Youth Day in Government, "2013 Legislative Overview & Look Ahead"; February 20, 2013; Tallahassee, FL.

36.    Florida Securities Dealers Association, Inc., "2013 Legislative Overview & Look Ahead"; January 16, 2013; Tallahassee, FL.

37.    Florida Chamber Annual Insurance Summit, "Determining Damages: How to Accurately Calculate Medical Costs in Tort Cases"; November 28-30, 2012; Orlando FL.

38.    Future of Florida Forum, "Healing What Ails Us – Healthcare’s Impact on Prosperity"; October 8-10, 2012; Orlando, FL.

39.    Florida Securities Dealers Association, Inc., "2012 Legislative Overview & Look Ahead"; February 7, 2012.

40.    Florida Chamber of Commerce Insurance Summit, "Bad Faith: The Trial Bar’s Tort Tax On Consumers"; November 17-18, 2011; Orlando, FL.

41.    Cole, Scott & Kissane, P.A., "Bad Faith Boot Camp"; November 3, 2011, Maitland, FL.

42.    Capital Alliance Medical Society,  "2011 Legislative Overview & Look Ahead"; October 19, 2011; Tallahassee, FL.

43.    American Legislative Exchange Council, "Victories and Insights from Florida"; August 3 – 6, 2011; New Orleans, LA.

44.    Florida Insurance Council 2011 Summer Insurance Symposium, "Insurance: 3rd Party Bad Faith Reform"; June 26-28, 2011; Daytona Beach, FL.

45.    Florida Concrete & Products Association Convention, "2011 Legislative Overview & Look Ahead"; May 10, 2011; Naples, FL.

46.    Florida Securities Dealers Association, Inc., "2011 Legislative Overview & Look Ahead"; March 29, 2011; Tallahassee, FL.

47.    Florida College for Emergency Room Providers, "Sovereign Immunity for Emergency Room Physicians"; March 17, 2011; Tallahassee, FL.

48.    Florida Insurance Summit, "Bad Faith: Time for Good Faith Reforms", Moderator; January 27-28, 2011; Orlando, FL.

49.    American Tort Reform Association’s 2010 Annual Conference for State Coalition Leaders; "Civil Death Penalty"; November 8-10, 2010; Oak Brook, IL.

50.    Florida Coalition for Children Board Meeting, "Child Welfare Community-Based Care: Risk, Liability and Reform"; September 10, 2010;Tampa, FL.

51.    Florida Insurance Summit, "Legal Presentation on Bad Faith in Florida"; January 27-28, 2010; Orlando, FL.

52.    Florida Chamber of Commerce, Future of Florida Forum, "Workers’ Compensation Reform"; October 11-12, 2010; Orlando, FL.

53.    Florida Chamber of Commerce, "Six Pillars Caucus System, Civic & Governance Systems, 2010 Legislative Overview & Look Ahead"; July 21, 2010; Orlando, FL.

54.    State Farm Insurance, "Tallassee Experience"; June 21, 2009; Tallahassee, FL.

55.    Florida Attractions Association Annual Conference & Trade Show, "Liability for Child Waivers"; May 27, 2009; Sarasota, FL.

56.    Beer Industry of Florida, "Worker’s Compensation legislation"; March 29, 2009; Tallahassee, FL.

57.    National Federation of Independent Businesses; "Worker’s Compensation and Slip and Fall legislation"; February 10, 2009; Tallahassee, FL.

58.    The Florida Bar, "Funding Justice: The Summit for Florida's Courts"; January 16, 2009, Miami, FL.

59.     Florida Defense Lawyers Association; "Legislative Update"; April 1, 2008, Tallahassee, FL. 

60.     American Legislative Exchange Council; "A Transparent and Efficient Trial System: Key Reforms to Curb Litigation Abuse," Moderator; October 26-27, 2007; Ft. Lauderdale, FL.

61.     National Association of Professional Insurance Agents and the Florida Insurance Council, "2007 Legislative Overview & Look Ahead"; June 25-26, 2007; Marco Island, FL.

62.     Florida Council of 100; "Tort Reform Task Force"; May 11, 2006; St. Petersburg, FL.

63.     American Justice Partnership Partners’ Conference, "Abolishing the Doctrine of Joint and Several Liability"; May 16-17, 2006; Washington, D.C.

64.     Florida Engineering Society, "Abolishing the Doctrine of Joint and Several Liability"; March 29, 2006; Tallahassee, FL.

65.     Florida Chamber’s Board of Governor’s Meeting, "The Need for Civil Justice Reform"; October 2005, Tallahassee, FL.