Entries by DPW Legal

Weird, Wild Stuff: Nine Proposed Appellate Rule Changes You May Want to Weigh In On

Don’t miss your chance to comment on nine proposed amendments to the Florida Rules of Appellate Procedure.

Is Memorial Day, May 27, a Court Holiday? (2019 edition)

Memorial Day–May 27, 2019–is a day that we remember and honor those that have made the ultimate sacrifice for our freedom.  You probably already suspect that it is a court holiday, too But if you’re anything like us, you want–nigh, you NEED–to see it in writing from an authoritative source and you’ll probably be checking […]

You Used Daubert at Trial but Now it’s Frye? Here’s What the Appellate Court Might Do. (UPDATED–IT’S DAUBERT AGAIN!)

The Florida Supreme Court declared the statutory revision to section 90.702 unconstitutional, thereby reaffirming that Frye is the test to apply in Florida. Delisle v. Crane Co., 258 So. 3d 1219, 1229 (Fla. 2018).

Where does that leave us?