...s insurance department and then was a name partner in Katz, Kutter, Alderman & Bryant from 1987 to 2004, when the firm merged with Akerman...
...Akerman Senterfitt. Katz is the founding partner of Florida-based Katz, Kutter, Alderman & Bryant, which merged with Akerman Senterfitt earlier this year. He received...
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Under a new mandatory disclosure rule adopted by the Florida Supreme Court, lawyers hired by insurance companies to defend policyholders must give the policyholders a Statement of Insured Client's Ri
At issue: whether insurance companies may continue to portray their in-house defense lawyers as members of private law firms, with names like the Law Office of Timothy W. Harrington. These firms are
The Florida Supreme Court heard arguments on Friday in a case that could shake up both the insurance and legal industries, while at the same time defining trial judges' powers. At issue: whether insu
Some Fear That Obstacle
...At the court's request, Katherine E. Giddings of Katz, Kutter, Haigler, Alderman, Bryant & Yon in Tallahassee, Fla., filed an amicus brief on behalf...
Florida Lawyers bank on the fact that, regardless of party-control, a plethora of legislation will trickle out of Tallahassee. That's particularly true this session, from March through May. But the R
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