2020 Florida Litigation Guide Released by Marc A. Wites

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2020 Florida Litigation Guide Released by Marc A. Wites

Attorney Marc Wites announced the release of the 24th edition of the Florida Litigation Guide. The Guide, which is available at https://floridalitigationguide.com/, lists more than 80 popular common-law causes of action, the elements of each action, the most recent state and federal court cases that cite the elements of each action, defenses to each cause of action, and the action’s statute of limitations. The Guide also contains links to all of the cited case law.  Thousands of Florida lawyers have relied on The Florida Litigation Guide since it was first introduced in 1997.

No longer need young lawyers feel frustrated when a senior partner requested to “quickly” find the most recent Florida Supreme Court case citing the elements required to obtain a temporary injunction for a partner’s emergency motion. Experienced lawyers will also benefit from the ease at which they will locate information used in daily practice. From drafting complaints and answers, to motion practice, jury instructions and appeals, the Guide will be your starting and end-point for the research needed to build the cornerstones of your cases.

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    Marc A. Wites is the founding shareholder of Wites Law Firm. He directs the firm’s litigation practice groups for personal injury and wrongful death cases, class actions, property insurance claims, sexual assault, and investment fraud.

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