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The firm has also extensively published and presented on many other important legal issues:

Successful Federal Appeal in all Circuit Courts: A Practical Guide for Busy Lawyers  (3d ed. 2017)

* Chapter 19, Preparation of Briefs, Fla. Bar App. Prac. Book (2016-17) (in press).

* Chapter 20, Amicus Briefs, Fla. Bar App. Prac. Book (2016-17) (in press).

Federal Appellate Jurisdiction Still Has Its Limits, ABA App. Prac. Newsletter (Winter 2015)

Successful Federal Appeals in all Circuit Courts: A Practical Guide for Busy Lawyers (2d ed. 2015)

Proposed Amendments (Some Controversial) to the Federal Rules of Appellate Procedure, XX(4) The Record, Fla. J. App. Prac. (Winter 2014)

Successful Federal Appeals in all Circuit Courts: A Practical Guide for Busy Lawyers (1st ed. 2014)

The Persistent Legislative, Executive, and Corporate Attempts to Control the Judiciary, XX(2) The Record, Fla. J. App. Prac. Sec.  2 (Spring 2014)

Florida’s New Jury Instructions in Contract and Business Law Cases: A Primer, 88(4) Fla. Bar. J. 40 (Apr. 2014)

Preparing Your Employment Law Case for Appeal in the Eleventh Circuit, 11th Circuit Joint NELA Conference, Savannah,Ga. (March 21, 2014)

Preparation of Appellate Briefs, Fla. Bar App. Prac. Book (2013-14). 

Amicus Briefs, Fla. Bar App. Prac. Book (2013-14). 

*  Appellate Stays in Civil Cases: Florida and Federal Courts Offer More Security Flexibility Than Believed, But Beware of Violating Their Stays, 86(10) Fla. Bar. J. 48 (Dec. 2012). 

Florida Civil Contempt Proceedings in Family Law Support Matters: an Appellate PerspectiveFamily Lawyer Magazine (Jan. 2012).

The Appellate Process and How Decisions Are Made, Univ. Miami School of Law Presentation (June 2012).

Amicus Briefs, Fla. Bar App. Prac. Book (2011-12)

* The Appellate Process and How Decisions Are Made, Univ. Miami School of Law Presentation (June 2011).

* Formatting and Cite-Checking Federal and State Appellate Briefs, Fla. App. Prac. Sec. Meet the State and Federal Clerks Seminar Before the Third District Court of Appeal (March 2011).

* Judicial Notice on Appeal: A History Lesson in Recent Trends,  84(10) Fla Bar. J. 45 (Dec. 2010).  

Writing Better Appellate Briefs,  Fla. App. Prac. Sec. Practice Before the Florida Fifth District Court of Appeal Panel Presentation (March 2010).

Amicus Briefs, Fla. Bar App. Prac. Book (2009-10).

Electronic Filing: The Sun Sets on the Paper Trail, ABA-AJEI Panel Presentation (Fall 2009).

Judicial Notice on Appeal: National Trends, Fla. App. Prac. Sec. CLE (Spring 2009).

Appellate Court Rules Committee Update, The Record, Fla. J. of App. Prac. Sec. (Fall/Winter, 2007-08).

* Editor-in-Chief & Contributing Author, Florida Bar Appellate Practice Section Pro Se Appellate HandbookRepresenting Yourself on Appeal, Various Chapters (2001-present)

Quo Warranto Extraordinary Writs, Fla. Bar App. Prac. Book (2006-07). 

Judicial Notice on Appeal: What’s All the Fuss?, Fla. Bar J. (March 2006).

Senior Judges, Mandatory Retirement and the Freedom to Continue Contributing, The Record, Fla. J. of App. Prac. Sec. (Spring, 2005). 

Bryan Garner Counsels Appellate Lawyers and Judges on Effective Legal Writing, The Record, Fla. J. of App. Prac. Sec. (Winter, 2005). 

The Proposed Sixth District Court of Appeal: Real Need or Proverbial "Cutting Butter with a Chainsaw?", The Record, Fla. J. of App. Prac. Sec. (Fall, 2004). 

Dr. Bethany Dumas Speaks on Helping Jurors Understand the Law, The Record, Fla. J. of App. Prac. Sec. (Summer, 2004). 

Remand Orders in ERISA Cases: When Are They Reviewable in the 11th Circuit?, Fla. Bar J. (Oct. 2003). 

Chief Judge Gary Farmer of the Fourth District Court of Appeal, The Record, Fla. J. of App. Prac. Sec. (Spring, 2003).

INS v. Elias-Zacarias: Political Asylum, “Plain Meaning,” and the Labyrinth of Formalism, 24 Univ. Miami Inter-Am. L. Rev. 467 (1993).



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