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Scott Mager, Esq.

Mager Paruas, LLC > Scott Mager, Esq.

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Scott Mager is a nationally renowned Attorney, having received nationwide recognition for handling a variety of legal issues at the State, Federal and Supreme Court levels, including service as counsel on the internationally covered “Baby T” case.

He has handled plaintiff and defense cases, represented all levels of clients, from individuals to multi-billion dollar companies, and was recently honored by a multi-billion dollar insurance conglomerate with the National Litigator of the Year – given to only one person. His most recent jury verdict was a $9.4 million dollar verdict, including $1,000,000 in punitive damages.

Further illustrating the respect he has earned in his profession, he is one of the only attorneys asked to teach for two years at the prestigious Annual Florida Trial Judges Conference, and has been awarded the distinguished Eagle Talon Award, given “For Dedication to The Highest Ideals of The Academy of Florida Trial Lawyers.” He was also asked by the Florida Bar to serve as a lead Instructor for the Practice with Professionalism – the required course for every new attorney – for many years (training thousands of lawyers and others).

He has over 150 case summaries, articles and lectures to his credit, and has taught and lectured at a number of law schools, Ph.D programs, graduate and undergraduate programs. He has co-hosted/appeared on numerous television/radio broadcasts covering legal, motivation, and ethical issues.

He also wrote The Major Appellate Trial Notebook (a trial notebook that provides a quick reference thorough collection of case explanations and accompanying citations designed for the experienced trial lawyer’s use before, during and after trial); Florida’s Master Appellate Guide(which provides detailed rules analysis and case citations); The Mediation Book (which teaches sophisticated negotiation skills and has been used as the required text for the training of mediators); and Winning Moot Court Competitions (the nation’s only video/DVD providing a witty and motivational training guide for law students to prepare for their mandatory appellate oral argument, for regional and national competitors, and for practicing lawyer for increasing success at oral argument at the Supreme Court and other appellate level). Mr. Mager is also a certified (non-binding) arbitrator.

Perhaps most significant, Mr. Mager is a wonderful human being that has made a difference in the life of so many, including helping the underprivileged, and has given or raised millions of dollars for charities. He also utilized his success as a jazz concert promoter to produce concert events for over a decade, bringing Award Winning Pop/Jazz bands to theaters and donating all proceeds to charity. He also custom designs concert events for companies seeking market awareness advantages or for charitable goals. The NFL even awarded him the NFL Community Quarterback philanthropist award for extraordinary charitable service to the community.

Unique in the industry, with his experience with 100+ law firms throughout the country, Mr. Mager and his expert team also specialize in law firm and business development, which includes infrastructure development, attorney/firm evaluation (e.g., firm growth, revenue enhancement programs, lawyer performance, retention programs, motivational programs, individualized and group training, acquisition/mergers and due diligence, custom-tailored retreats, etc.), as well as overall financial planning/budgeting, cash flow enhancement, unique client generation techniques, lawyer and judge training and much more. Mr. Mager has also designed National/Regional Litigation Plans for large multi-billion dollar corporations which have yielded remarkable results.

In his spare time, he breathes.

Background

  • Entering 26th year of practice
  • Licensed in FL, DC, NY, TN
  • Highest ‘av’ rating for over 18 years
  • Handled Plaintiff and Defense Cases
  • Tried Cases in Multiple Jurisdictions
  • Handled State and Federal Cases
  • Former Lead Counsel for the entire country for one of the largest insurance companies in the world
  • Best Lawyers in South Florida, Super Lawyers (other similar accolades)

Practice Experience/Areas

  • Business/Commercial Litigation (including First Party Property and PIP)
  • Insurance Defense
  • State and Federal Appeals

Two Largest Plaintiff Awards

  • $9,400,000.00 and $13,900,000.00.

Mediator/Arbitrator Certifications

  • Florida Supreme Court Circuit Civil Certified Mediator
  • Certified Arbitrator (non-binding)

Publications/Teaching/Presentations

Over  He has over 150 case summaries, articles and lectures to his credit, and has taught and lectured at law schools, Ph.D programs, graduate and undergraduate programs. He also has several book compilations to his credit and 3 motivational books.  (For a detailed listing, see biography package)

Sample of Numerous Awards/Honors

  • NFL Community Quarterback Philanthropist Award for extraordinary charitable service to the community.
  • Multiple Awards for Philanthropic and other Humanity Achievements
  • Eagle Talon Award for Contributions to the Highest Ideals of Trial Lawyers
  • (More available in biography package or upon request)

Miscellaneous

Extensive expertise in law firm management/growth – enhancing law firm profitability, loyalty, etc., as well as financial and infrastructure analysis, building training programs (hundreds of videos/audios already created), etc.

References

  • Senator Walter (Skip) Campbell, Esq. (954-763-8181)
  • Judge Melanie May (4th DCA Chief Judge)
  • Robert Curry, CEO of RSC Business Consultants (407-968-9000)
  • Kelly Hancock, Partner at Krupnick, Campbell (954-763-8181)

Letters of Recommendation

4 letters in biography package; many more available

Adelman v. St. Paul Guardian Ins. Co., 805 So. 2d 106 (Fla. 4th DCA 2002), reh’g den. (2002); Alterra Healthcare Corp. v. Estate of Shelley, 827 So. 2d 936 (Fla. 2002); Boynton v. Burglass, 590 So.2d 446 (Fla. 4th DCA 1991) (on rehearing);Bachrodt v. Savage, 570 So.2d 306 (Fla. 4th DCA 1990); Bassette v. Health Management Resources, 661 So.2d 317 (Fla. 2nd DCA 1995); Belc v. E.I.U. Dupont, Case No. 93-1195, 93-1196 (Fla. 5th DCA 1993); Beverly v. Knowles, 766 So.2d 335 (Fla. 4th DCA 2000) (en bane), affirmed, 898 So.2d 1 (Fla. 2004); Borino v. Publix Supermarkets, Inc., 825 So. 424 (Fla. 4th DCA 2002); Brennan v. Ruffner, 640 So.2d 143 (Fla. 4th DCA 1994); Buto v. Sirius Int’l lns. Co., 807 So. 2d 674 (Fla. 3rd DCA 2001); City of Hollywood v. Karl, 643 So.2d 34 (Fla. 1st DCA 1994); Cross v. Pumpco, Inc., 910 So.2d 324 (Fla. 4th DCA 2005); Dempsey v. Shell Oil Co., 589 So.2d 373 (Fla. 4th DCA 1991); Donigan v. Nevins, 785 So. 2d 573 (Fla. 4th DCA 2001); Elliott v. Elliott, 648 So.2d 135, 137 fn.1 (Fla. 4th DCA 1994); Edwards v. Edwards, 559 So.2d 281 (Fla. 4th DCA 1990); Estate of Esterline v. Avante at Leesburg, Inc., 845 So. 2d 1028 (Fla. 5th DCA 2003); Estate of Vazquez v. Avante Groups, Inc., 880 So.2d 723 (Fla. 5th DCA 2004); Foster v. Beverly Enterprises-Distribution Services, Inc., 827 So. 2d 1104 (Fla. 2nd DCA 2002); Furman v. Roberts, 2 Fla. L.Weekly Supp. 248 (Brow. Cty. Ct. April 4, 1994); Gardner v.Broward County, 631 So.2d 319 (Fla. 4th DCA 1994); Green v. Seigle, 745 So. 2d 411 (Fla. 4th DCA 1999); Greystone Tribeca Acquisition, L.L.C. v. Ronstrom, 863 So. 2d 473 (Fla. 2nd DCA 2004); Hardy v. A-1 Ken Phillips Economy Auto Sales, 656 So. 2d 931 (Fla. 4th DCA 1995); Hedendal v. Hedendal, 695 So. 2d 391 (Fla. 4th DCA 1997); Hialeah Hotels, Inc. v. Talley, 778 So. 2d 314 (Fla. 3rd DCA 2000); Hickey v. Pompano K of C, Inc. (Hickey I), 624 So.2d 854 (Fla. 4th DCA 1993); Hickey v. Pompano K of C, Inc. (Hickey II), 647 So.2d 270 (Fla. 4th DCA 1994); H.R.S. v. Ledford, 621 So.2d 682 (Fla. 4th DCA 1993); In re TACP, 609 So.2d 588 (Fla. 1992); Integrated Health Care Services, Inc. v. Redway, 783 So. 2d 1108 (Fla. 2nd DCA 2001), cert granted and affirmed, 840 So. 2d 974 (Fla. 2001); Jackson v. York Hanover Nursing Centers, 876 So.2d 8 (Fla. 5th DCA 2004); Jacksonville Heart Center, P.A. v. Distadio, 828 So. 2d 394 (Fla. 4th DCA 2002);J.L. v. H.R.S. 683 So. 2d 653 (Fla. 4th DCA 1996); Jewish Introductions v. Sternfield, 581 So.2d 987 (Fla. 4th DCA 1991);Jewish Introductions v. Sternfield, 16 Fla. L.Weekly C47 (Brow Cty Ct. 2/8/91); Krilich v. Lange, 683 So. 2d 656 (Fla. 4th DCA 1996); Lamz v. GEICO Gen. Ins. Co., 803 So. 2d 593 (Fla. 2001); Lou Bachrodt Chevrolet, Inc. v. Savage, 570 So. 2d 306 (Fla. 4th DCA 1990); Marbella Park v. My Lawn Service, Inc., 12 So.3d 807 (Fla. 3d DCA 2009); Medina v. State, 634 So.2d 1139 (Fla. 4th DCA 1994); Molinos Del S.A. v. E.I. DuPont de Nemours Co., 947 So.2d 521 (Fla.4th DCA 2006); SSJ Mercy Health Sys. v. Posey, 756 So. 2d 177 (Fla. 4th DCA 2000); O’Keefe v. Orea, 731 So. 2d 680 (Fla. 1st DCA 1998); Otis Elevator v. Youngerman, 636 So.2d 166 (Fla. 4th DCA 1994); Peck v. Giannou, 23 Fla. L. Weekly D631b (March 4, 1998),withdrawn on other grounds, 1998 WL 88333 (4th DCA 1998); Perriera v. Florida Power & Light Co., 680 So. 2d 617 (Fla. 4th DCA 1996), affirmed, Perriera v. Florida Power & Light Co., 705 So.2d 1359 (Fla. 1998); Progressive Exp. Ins. Co. v., 763 So. 2d 557 (Fla. 4th DCA 2000); Roggio Wilgus v. Marlin, 699 So.2d 1050 (Fla. 4th DCA 1997); R.J. v. Humana, 652 SO.2d 360 (Fla. 1995); Siani v. Siani, 603 So.2d 721 (Fla. 4th DCA 1992); Seslow v. Seslow, 625 So.2d 1248 (Fla. 4th DCA 1993); School Board of Broward County v. Greene, 739 So. 2d 668 (Fla. 4th DCA 1999); State Farm v. Margiotta, 622 So.2d 135 (Fla. 4th DCA 1993); State Farm Fire & Cas. Ins. Co. v. Deni Assoc. of Florida, Inc., 678 So. 2d 397 (Fla. 4th DCA 1996), affirmed, 711 So. 2d 1135 (Fla. 1998); Progressive Insurance v. Russell, 763 So. 2d 557 (Fla. 4th DCA 2000);Turner v. Nolan, 737 So. 2d 579 (Fla. 4th DCA 1999); Woods v. Hialeah Hotel, Inc., 884 So.2d 517 (Fla. 3rd DCA 2004)

Woods v. Woods, 610 So.2d 71 (Fla. 4th DCA 1991); Williams v. Ft. Pierce Tribune and Claims Center, 667 So. 2d 174 (Fla. 1995); Williams v. United States, 986 F.2d 86 (4th Cir. 1993); Jones v. Williams Pawn & Gun, Inc., 800 So. 2d 267 (Fla. 4th DCA 2001); Youngerman v. Otis Elevator, 636 So. 2d 166 (Fla. 4th DCA 1994)

(more available upon request)

A Case In “Sham”bles, 428 AFTL Jour. 24 (May 1998); A Challenging Cause, 436 AFTL Jour. (Jan. 1999); A Child is a Child is a Child is Not a Stepchild, 453 AFTL Jour. 26, 28 (June 2000); A Class Decision, 23 AFTL Jour. 442 (July 1999); A Costly Cost Award, 457 AFTL Jour. 22, 23 (Oct. 2000); A Day Without O.J. Is Like A Day Without Sunshine, 13 BCTLA 3,4 (March 1997); A Reason Decision for Determining Privilege, 23 AFTL Jour. 442 (July 1999); Abuse You Can Take (Directly To Court), 23 AFTL Jour. 442 (July 1999); A Demanding Request, 30 AFTL Jour. 441 (June 1999); Admit Nothing, 437 AFTL Jour. 25 (February 1999); A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Supreme Court: The Lighter Side of The Baby Theresa Case (Excerpt also printed  in Fort Laud. News l Sun Sentinel “Our Small Sacrifice”)” 408 AFTL Jour. (September 1996); A Little Economic Gain on the Economic Loss Rule, 457 AFTL Jour. 22 (Oct. 2000); A Party Can Still Party on aNonparty, 405 AFTL Jour. (June 1996); A Real contribution to Medical Malpractice Cases, 456 AFTL Jour. 22 (Sept. 2000); A Reprieve For The Peremptory Challenge, 393 AFTL Jour. 26 (June 1995); A Sham By Any Other Name Is Still A Sham,12 BCTLA2, 4 (Feb. 1996) and 402 AFTL Jour. 22 (March 1996); A Voluntary Dismissal Doesn’t Prejudice Your Rights To These Fees, 401 AFTL Jour. 19 (Feb. 1996); Accidental Report Privilege Is Not Accidental, 409 AFTL Jour. (October 1996);Activism and the Law (An article used as the basis for the Nova Law Center Symposium on “The Judiciary Act of 1789”);Activism and the Law: Should Judges Blindly Follow Precedent Or React To Changing Times? A Response to Presidential Candidate John Anderson Nova Law Review (1990); An Appealing Decision on Appellate Attorney Fees,457 AFTL Jour. 22 (Oct. 2000); An Ever So Slight Erosion Of Fabre: The Waves Of Redemption Come Ever So Slowly, 384 AFTL Jour. 28 (Sept. 1994); An Exhausting Appeal, 409 AFTL Jour. (Oct. 1996); A Personal Interview with the Judges of the Fourth District Court of Appeal, The 1998 Appellate Practice And Advocacy Guide (1998); An Interview with Fourth District Court Judge (now Supreme Court Justice) Barbara Pariente, The Broward Barrister (Aug. 1997); An Interview With: Fourth District Court Judge W Matthew Stevenson, Vol. 24 The Broward Barrister (Sept. 1996); An Interview With Fourth District Court Judge Gary Farmer The Broward Barrister (June 1997); An Interview With Fourth District Court Judge Martha Warner, Vol. 24 #9 The Broward Barrister (Nov. 1996); An Interview With Broward County Circuit Court Judge Arthur Birken, The Broward Barrister (1998); An Interview With Broward County Judge Robert Diaz, Vol. 25 The Broward Barrister (March 1997), An Interview With Broward County Circuit Court Judge John Frusciante, The Broward Barrister (1998); An Interview With Broward County Court Judge Ilona Holmes, The Broward Barrister (1998); An Interview With Broward County Circuit Court Chief Judge Dale Ross, The Broward Barrister (Feb. 1997); An Interview With Broward County Court Judge Louis Schiff, The Broward Barrister (Jan. 1998); An Interview With Broward County Circuit Court Judge John Luzzo, The Broward Barrister (1997); An Interview With Broward Circuit Court Judge MelanieG. May, The Broward Barrister (1998); An Interview With Broward County Court Judge Ronald Rothschild, The Broward Barrister (1998),An Interview With Broward County Judge Linda R. Pratt, The Broward Barrister (Jan. 1997); An Interview With Broward County Circuit Judge Herbert Moriarity, The Broward Barrister (Dec. 1996); An Interview With The Honorable Peter B. Skolnik, The Broward Barrister (1998); An Interview With Broward County Circuit Judge Jeffrey Streitfeld, The Broward Barrister (Oct. 1996); An Interview With Broward County Court Judge Steven Shutter, The Broward Barrister (March 1999); An Interview With Broward County Judge Jay Spechler, The Broward Barrister (July/August 1999); An Interview with: 4th DCA Judge George A. Shahood, The Broward Barrister (Sept. 1999); “An” Issue of Liability is not “The” Issue of Liability, 390 AFTL Jour. 28 (March 1995); An Offer You Can’t Refuse, 438 AFTL Jour. 25 (March 1999); An Offer You Can’t Refuse, BCTLA Newsletter (May 1999); And Along Came a Spider and Sat Down Beside Her, He Wanted to See What She Was Reading Too, 403 AFTL Jour. 21 (March 1996), and 12 BCTLA 4 (March 1996); An Appealing Statement, 436 AFTL Jour. (Jan. 1999); Another Lesson In Haste Makes Waste, 390 AFTL Jour. 28 (March 1995); Another Offer You Can’t Refuse, 30 AFTL Jour. 441 (June 1999); Another Mental Case: Husband and Wife Psychologist Privilege, 408 AFTL Jour. 18 (Sept. 1996); Any Person Means Any Person, 397 AFTL Jour. 18 (Oct. 1995); Appealing Appeals Service with a Smile a/k/a Service is Everything, 406 AFTL Jour. 19 (July 1996); Appealing Appellate Practice: Things Trial and Appellate Lawyers Must Know (Practice With Professionalism Group); Appealing Attorney’s Fees Appealing, 411 AFTL Jour. 18, 19 (Dec. 1996); Appealing Final “Non-final” Orders: Understanding Rule 9.130, 367 AFTL Jour. 25 (April 1993); Appeals Before Trial: What’s Appealable Under Rule 9.130, 358 AFTL Jour. 30 (July 1992); Appellate Concerns And Motions To Change Venue, 385 AFTL Jour. 30 (Oct. 1994); Appellate Courts Can Help Discover Discovery, 397 AFTL Jour. 18 (Oct. 1995); Appeals Filing The Notice of Appeal After a Rule 1.540(e) Motion,392 AFTL Jour. 29 (May 1995); Appealing Piecemeal, 406 AFTL Jour. 19 (June 1996); Appellate Practice, 385 AFTL Jour. 30 (Oct. 1994); Appellate Practice, 387 AFTL Jour. 27 (Dec. 1994); Appellate Practice, 356 AFTL Jour. 27 (May 1992);Appellate Practice, 360 AFTL Jour. 32 (Sept. 1992); Appellate Practice: How To Handle Appeals (Excerpted outline also used in Appellate Seminar of same name – 1993); Ask Not For Whom The Bell Tolls, For Without These Cases It Tolls For Thee, 405 AFTL Jour. (June 1996); Assumption of the Risk, 408 AFTL Jour. 18 (Sept. 1996); Assumption of Risk Does Not Extend To Non-Contact Sports: A Review Of Mazzeo v. City of Sebastian, Broward County Trial Lawyers Newsletter. (1990); Attorney-Client Privilege And Appeals Of Denial Or Granting Of Motions To Quash, (1991); Attorney’s Fees and Section 45.061: Reasonableness Of Rejection Must Be Expressly Reflected In Order, 391 AFTL Jour. 26 (April 1995); BeCareful How You Make Your Bed: You May Be Invited To Lay On It, 403 AFTL Jour. 21 (April 1996); Be Liberal Or BeReversed, 12BCTLA2, 4-5 (Feb. 1996) and 402 AFTL Jour. 22 (March 1996); Breach One’s Confidence and You Maybe Heard To Pay For It, 418 AFTL Jour. 23, 26 (July 1997); Briefcase Reviews, 417 AFTL Jour. 24 (June 1997); Can’t Get Into This Restaurant Without A “Pre-Suit” And Tie, 396 AFTL Jour. 23 (Sept. 1995); Can’t Charge the Jury with the Charge Thata Party Was not Charged, 405 AFTL Jour. 24 (June 1996); Carpe Casum (“Seize the Case’?, 412 AFTL Jour. 17 (Jan. 1997); 13 BCTLA 4 (Jan. 1997); Case Summaries 1992 (Alphabetized case summary – 1991); Case Summaries 1993 (Alphabetized case summary ­1992); Case Summaries: Criminal (Alphabetized case summary of 1992 criminal cases);Cases For Your Trial Notebook, Broward County Trial Lawyers Newsletter (May, 1995); Cases For Your Trial Notebook (Part 1) (Prepared for BCTLA and AFTL Board of Directors -1995); Cases For Your Trial Notebook (Part 2) (Prepared for BCTLA and AFTL Board of Directors – 1995); Cases For Your Trial Notebook (Part 3) (Prepared for BCTLA and AFTL Board of Directors – 1995); Cases On Attorney Fees And Costs (Prepared for BCTLA and AFTL – 1995); Cases On Torts and the Like (Case Summaries); “Centsless” Certiorari, 438 AFTL Jour. 25 (March 1999); Certainly Amendable, 428 AFTL Jour. 24, 25 (May 1998); Certainly Certiorari, 406 AFTL Jour. (June 1996); Certainly Not Certiorari, AFTL Jour. 434 (Sept. 1998); Certio”rarely”, 458 AFTL Jour. 19 (Nov. 2000); Class Act, 30 AFTL Jour. 441 (June 1999); Class Act, AFTL Jour. 435 (Dec. 1998); Closing the Margin on Closing Argument, 422 AFTL Jour. 25 (Nov. 1997); Concurring Opinions: Today, You’re In The Majority: Tomorrow, You May Be A Hero, 391 AFTL Jour. 26 (April 1995); Consumer Protection Act And Informed Consent Cases, Broward County Trial Lawyers Newsletter (1991); Contribution Is A Give And Take, 399 AFTL Jour. 17 (Dec. 1995);Court Can Rule, But Can’t Rewrite, 12 BCTLA 2,4 (Feb. 1996) and 402 AFTL Jour. 22 (March 1996);Courts Are Getting Tougher On Vacating Defaults and Summary Judgment, 386 AFTL Jour. 23 (Nov. 1994); Court Reporters Are Paying For This Decision, AFTL Jour. 435 (Dec. 1998); Crashing Through the Accident Report Privilege,412 AFTL Jour. 17 (Jan. 1997); 13 BCTLA 3,3-4 (Jan. 1997); Criminal Appeals: Some Important Things To Know, 363 AFTL Jour. 29 (Dec. 1992); Criminal Law: Any New Supreme Court Decision Must Be Given Retroactive Application To all Pending Cases, 356 AFTL Jour. 26 (May 1992); Cross Checking This Appeal, 438 AFTL Jour. 25 (March 1999); Default isYours, 17 BCTLA 7,2 (Sept. 2001); Defenseless, 17 BCTLA 7,2 (Sept. 2001); Directly This Way, 438 AFTL Jour. 25 (March 1999); Directly True, 18 BCTLA 2,4 (Feb. 2002); Discretion May Be The Better Part Of Valor, But It Still Might Be Costly,423 AFTL Jour. 24 (Dec. 1997); Do Not Believe Just What You Hear, 13 BCTLA 2,4 (Jan. 1997); Don’t Always Presume That You Can Use This Presumption, Vol. 12 Broward County Trial Lawyers Newsletter (Sept. 1996); Don’t You Hate School Rules?, 453 AFTL Jour. 26 (June 2000); Discovery Channel, 23 AFTL Jour. 442 (July 1999); Discovery: Sign off to Sign-In Logs, 388 AFTL Jour. 19 (Jan. 1995); Do Unto Others As Though You Were the Others, 422 AFTL Jour. 25 (Nov. 1997); Do Your Duty, 438 AFTL Jour. 25 (March 1999); Don’t Cheat The Reporter: Absent Compliance With 9.200(b)(4), You Need ATranscript, 381 AFTL Jour. 21 (June 1994); Don’t Continue To Try It If You Don’t Like It, 390 AFTL Jour. 28 (March 1995);Don’t Follow The Yellow Brick Road: Follow The Appellate Rules, (AFTL Jour. 1993); Don’t Get Caught With Your Briefs Down: Traps For The Unwary Litigator, 383 AFTL Jour. 26 (Aug. 1994); Don’t Let Your Secretary Waive Goodbye To This One, 401 AFTL Jour. 19 (Feb. 1996); Don’t Slip On This Decision, 437 AFTL Jour. 25 (Feb. 1999); Don’t Talk To Me, Don’t Look At Me, Don’t Even Touch Me, For I Am A Juror … The Major Reporter, Vol. 6, NO.5 (May 1, 1996); Establishment Of An Attorney Client Privilege: Are Courts Running From The Problem (Handout/Memorandum – 1989); Embracing This Disqualification, 438 AFTL Jour. 25 (March 1999); Estate Your Relief, 409 AFTL Jour. 19 (Oct. 1996); Even If You Can’t Get Down, You May Still Go Up, 399 AFTL Jour. 17 (Dec. 1995); Exception For Review Of Denials Of Summary Judgment, 397 AFTL Jour. 18 (Oct. 1995); “Excusable Neglect” Abused: The Continuing Misuse Of The “Excusable Neglect” Standard,AFTL Jour. (Oct. 1995); Excuse Me, 391 AFTL Jour. 26 (April 1995); Extreme Prejudice, 30 AFTL Jour. 441 (June 1999); Ex Parte Interviews Not Excommunicated, 418 AFTL Jour. 23 (July 1997); Feeling The Impact Of The Impact Rule Once Again, 12 BCTLA 2,4 (Feb. 1996) and 402 AFTL  Jour. 22 (March 1996); “Fees”able Explanation, 454 AFTL Jour. 25 (July 2000); Few Have Appeal Who Take From Others, 418 AFTL Jour. 23, 24 (July 1997); Final Appealable Orders In Probate Cases: The “Final” Debate Continues, 368 AFTL Jour. 29 (May 1993); Finally, It’s Not Final Or Non-fina/,’409 AFTL Jour. (October 1996); Finally Understanding Non-Finals, 423 AFTL Jour. 24, 25 (Dec. 1997) Florida Appellate Courts Are To Give Bankruptcy Court Rulings The Same Weight Given To Other Federal Trial Court Decisions, 381 AFTL Jour. 21 (June 1994); Follow Me, 17 BCTLA 7, 2 (Sept. 2001); Follow The Federal Brick Road, 389 AFTL Jour. 32 (Feb. 1995); For The Record: Rules For Preparing The Record On Appeal, 370 AFTL Jour. 30 (July 1993); For The Record: Rules For Preparing The Record On Appeal, 372 AFTL Jour. 19 (July 1993); For Whom The Bell Tolls, It Does Not Toll For Thee, 391 AFTL Jour. 26 (April 1995); For Whom The Bell Tolls: It Does Not Toll For Thee (Part II), 393 AFTL Jour. 25 (June 1995), For Whom the Appeal Tolls, It Tolls For Thee a.k.a. If It’s Temporary, It’s Not Final, If It’s Not Final, It’s Non-final, If Its Non-final, It’s Not “Tollable,” (AFTL Jour. 1995); For Your Trial Notebook, 11 BCTLA 5 (June 1995); Forgive Me Father, For I Have Sinned… or If You Are Going to Confess (Error), Confess as Soon as Possible, (AFTL Jour. 1995); Foreign Service, 30 AFTL Jour. 441 (June 1999); Fourth District Court of Appeal Educational Conference on Appellate Advocacy (Commentary provided for compilation used at seminar – April, 1991); Fundamental Error Defined, 381 AFTL Jour. 21 (June 1994);Fundamental Error Not Fundamental, 397 AFTL Jour. 18 (Oct. 1995); General (Tort) Cases For The Trial Lawyer,(Prepared for the AFTL – 1995); Get A Ruling Or You May Have To Get A New Job, 403 AFTL Jour. 21, 22 (April 1996);Getting Something for Nothing, 411 AFTL Jour. 18, 19 (Dec. 1996); Grand Jury Subpoenas Directed At The Attorneys For “Targeted” Defendants, (Prepared for criminal trial lawyers – 1988); Grants Of Discovery Of Insurer Claims Manuals And Other Internal Files: Even If It Is Irrelevant, Certiorari Won’t Help Them, 381 AFTL Jour. 21 (June 1994); Habeas Corpus Cannot Be Used To Get a Second Appeal, 389 AFTL Jour. 32 (Feb. 1995); Harmless Error, 413 AFTL Jour. 20 (Feb. 1997); Has the Golden Rule Lost Its Luster?, 418 AFTL Jour. 23 (July 1997); Has The Harmless Error Analysis Been Harmed?, 434 AFTL Jour. (Sept. 1998); He Who Does Not Ultimately Prevail Can Not Reap The Spoils, The Major Reporter, Vol. 6, No. 5 (May 1,1996); He Who Property Asks Shall Get, 389 AFTL Jour. 32 (Feb. 1995); Here’s AConfession Even The Church Doesn’t Want You To Make, 438 AFTL Jour. 25 (March 1999); Here’s An Admission You Don’t Have To Live With, 438 AFTL Jour. 25 (March 1999); Here’s An Offer You Can’t Refuse, 418 AFTL Jour. 23 (July 1997); Here’s One Place Where You Can “Cross” Me and Be Rewarded, 387 AFTL Jour. 27 (Dec. 1994); Here is an Offer You Can’t Refuse, AFTL Jour. 433 (Sept. 1998), Here’s One Place Where “Swearing” Is Required, a/k/a The “George Cartin” Rule, 401 AFTL Jour. 19 (Feb. 1996); Here’s An Offer You Can’t Refuse, 436 AFTL Jour. (Jan. 1999); Here’s AConfession Even The Church Doesn’t Want You to Make, 15 BCTLA 5 (Feb. 1999); His Anders Brief; 406 AFTL Jour. 19 (July 1996); How Much Is Enough, 409 AFTL Jour. 19 (Oct. 1996); I Already Heard You, 392 AFTL Jour. 29 (May 1995); I Can Do Everything You Can Do, 393 AFTL Jour. 25 (June 1995); I Can See Clearly Now (The Rain Has Gone), 387 AFTL Jour. 27 (Dec. 1994); “I Haven’t Got Time for the Pain” of an Expert’s Additional Test, 408 AFTL Jour. 18 (Sept. 1996); I Have Not Yet Begun To Fight, 393 AFTL Jour. 25 (June 1995); I Shall Affirm Whenever Possible, 389 AFTL Jour. 32 (Feb. 1995); I Swear It’s An Affidavit, 405 AFTL Jour. 24 (June 1996), I Am Privileged to Know You, AFTL Jour. 433 (Sept. 1998); I Can’t Hear You, 30 AFTL Jour. 441 (June 1999); If At First You Don’t Succeed, You Must Try Again, 393 AFTL Jour. 25 (June 1995), If At First You Don’t Succeed… Try, Try to Appeal (With these cases), 411 AFTL Jour. 18 (Dec. 1996); If at First You Don’t Succeed, Try, Try Again, 18 BCTLA 2,4 (Feb. 2002); If It Is Done, You Can’t Prohibit It, 417 AFTL Jour. 24, 25 {June 1997); If It’s Not There, You Won’t Be There Either, 385 AFTL Jour. 30 (Oct. 1994); If You Can’t (En)Join Them, Beat Them,392 AFTL Jour. 29 (May 1995); If You Don’t Use your Judgment, You Won’t Be Using Your Judgment, 428 AFTL Jour. 24 (May 1998);/f You Undertake It, Liability May Come, Vol. 12 Broward County Trial Lawyers Newsletter (Sept. 1996); If Your Conceal, There May Be a New Deal, 436 AFTL Jour. (Jan. 1999); Insuring Against This Insurer, 14 BCTLA4, 3 (April 1998); Insuring That There May Be a Lawsuit, AFTL Jour. 433 (Sept. 1998); Is An Oral Contract Worth The Paper Its Written On?, Vol. 13 No.4 Broward County Trial Lawyers Newsletter (April 1997); Is It Contemptuous to Not Provide Speedy Resolution of Contempt Orders?, 417 AFTL Jour. 24, 25 (June 1997); It’ll Cost You If You Don’t Plead Costs, 411 AFTL-Jour. 18 (Dec. 1996); It’s Appealing For The Jury, 409 AFTL Jour. 19 (Oct. 1996); It’s Evidentiary, 437 AFTL Jour. 27 (February 1999); It’s Not Bad Faith to Secure Bad Faith Documents, 457 AFTL Jour. 22 (Oct. 2000); It’s Not Over Until It’s Over, 409 AFTL Jour. 19 (Oct. 1996); It’s Not “Fees”able Until You Have A Judgment, 421 AFTL Jour. 19,20 (Aug. 1997); It’s Not Liable to Be Appealable, 454 AFTL Jour. 25, 26 (July 2000); It’s Prima Facie Per Se, 413 AFTL Jour. 21 (Feb. 1997); It Takes Two to Tango (Usually), The Major Reporter, Vol. 6, NO.5 (May 1, 1996); It Will Matter If You Don’t Additur, The Major Reporter, Vol. 6, NO.5 (May 1, 1996); It is Not Negligent to Have This Method Of Operation, AFTL Jour. 433 (Sept. 1998); It’s Okay If This Is Your First Time, AFTL Jour. 434 (Sept. 1998), It’s “Fees”able, AFTL Jour. 434 (Sept. 1998); It’s Not Default of the Court That There Is No Jurisdiction, AFTL Jour. 435 (Dec. 1998); I’ll Sell My Claim To The Highest Bidder,391 AFTL Jour. 26 (April 1995); Impact (Mission) Impossible, 400 AFTL Jour. 18 (Jan. 1996); Important Things To Know On Choice Of Entity (Prepared for attendees at SBA-sponsored “Legal Aspects of Business” seminars series – 1994-95);Injunction, Junction, What’s Your Function, The Major Reporter, Vol. 6, NO.5 (May 1, 1996); In Order To Get You Must Have: For Appellate Review, You Need A Trial Court Ruling, 381 AFTL Jour. 21 (June 1994); In Order To Get, You Must Have: Unless Apparent On The Face Of The Judgment, Have A Transcript Or Appropriate Substitute, 388 AFTL Jour. 19 (Jan. 1995); In These Days, You Have To Be P.C. Procedurally Correct, 396 AFTL Jour. (Sept. 1995); Inc. Must Have Esq.,388 AFTL Jour. 19 (Jan. 1995); Inconsistency Must Be Consistently Corrected, 438 AFTL Jour. 25 (March 1999); In Dem We Trust, 458 AFTL Jour. 19 (Nov. 2000); Insurance Agents Cannot Insure That They Will Not Be Sued, 403 AFTL Jour. 21 (April 1996); Interesting Appeal- More Cases For The “Appellate Notebook,” 379 AFTL Jour. 24 (April 1994); Interesting Interest, 454 AFTL Jour. 25 (July 2000); Is Comparing Fault In a Strict Liability Case an Oxymoron?, 403 AFTL Jour. 21 (April 1996); It’s A Hardship To Compel Work Product Materials, 401 AFTL Jour. 19 (Feb. 1996); It’s Contemptible To Sanction Me, Without Holding Me In Contempt, AFTL Jour. (Sept. 1995); It’s “Fees”able, 392 AFTL Jour. 29 (May 1995)and 18 BCTLA 2 (Feb. 2002); It’s Not Over Till It’s Over, 385 AFTL Jour. 30 (Oct. 1994); It’s Reasonable To Permit Jury To Reasonably Award Damages For Loss Of Future Earning Capacity, 12 BCTLA 2 (Feb. 1996); Judge Cannot Rule On What Counsel Has Not Done, 390 AFTL Jour. 28 (March 1995); Judgment Day, 418 AFTL Jour. 23 (July 1997); Jurisdiction in Cyberspace, 423 AFTL Jour. 24 (Dec. 1997); Just Because They Sue, Doesn’t Mean They Waive, 401 AFTL Jour. 19 (Feb. 1996); Lack of Haste Makes Waste, 387 AFTL Jour. 27 (Dec. 1994); Late Service Will Leave You Motion “less,” 456 AFTL Jour. 22 (Sept. 2000); Legal Developments (Prepared for the trial lawyers – 1995); Let’s Pin This Point Down, 400 AFTL Jour. 18 (Jan. 1996); Make Sure The Client Signs The Settlement Agreement, (AFTL Jour. 1995); Major Appellate Cases,(Prepared for the trial lawyers’ Board of Directors – Jan. 1995); Major Appellate News, (Prepared for the Broward County Trial Lawyers – 1995); Major Appellate News Report, (Prepared for AFTL Board of Directors – 1995); Major Cases Of Interest, Vol. 12 BCTLA 4 (Nov. 1996); Major Legal Developments, (Prepared for AFTL Board of Directors – 1995); Major Legal Report, (Prepared for AFTL Board of Directors – 1995); Major Law Update, 11 BCTLA 4 (Dec. 1995);Major On Torts (Prepared for the AFTL Board of Directors – 1995); Major Tort Cases For The Trial Lawyer, (Prepared for the AFTL Board of Directors – 1995); Malingering with Malingering, 413 AFTL Jour. 21 (Feb. 1997); Mandamus is Anything But Mundane, 421 AFTL Jour. 19,20 (Aug. 1997); Mandamust Make A Demand First, 456 AFTL Jour. 22 (Sept. 2000); Master “Fee” Blaster a/k/a “Fees”able Decision, 456 AFTL Jour. 22 (Sept. 2000); Mastering Your Objections, 17 BCTLA 7, 3 (Sept. 2001); Mediators Are Salesmen Of Settlement, The Nova Mediation Book (1993); Medicaid Gets Needed Injection, 408 AFTL. Jour. 18 (Sept. 1996); Mental Health Practitioners Duty To Warn When Their Patients Reveal In Therapy Intentions To Kill Or Harm Third Parties: A Safe Harbor For Practitioners Or An Attack On The Profession? (Used for presentations to Ph.D and Psy.D programs); Mirror, Mirror, On The Wall Please Show Me ThisMonth’s Cases, However Small, 12 BCTLA 2 (Dec. 1996); Miscellaneous Cases Of Interest, 377 AFTL Jour. 27 (Feb. 1994);Moot Court, 412AFTL Jour. 17 (Jan. 1997) and 13 BCTLA 3,4 (Jan. 1997); Mitigating this Defense, 457 AFTL Jour. 22, 23 (Oct. 2000); Moot Court, Part II, 413 AFTL Jour. 20 (Feb. 1997); Money in the Bankruptcy, 417 AFTL Jour. 24, 25 (June 1997); Money Judgment Is Not Final If Trial Court Reserves; Jurisdiction To Determine Prejudgment Interest, 356 AFTL Jour. 26 (May 1992); More Major Cases of Interest, (Prepared for the AFTL Board of Directors – 1995); More Major Cases of Interest, (BCTLA Newsletter, Nov. 1995); More Stuff That Isn’t Discoverable, (Prepared for BCTLA and AFTL meetings – Summer, 1995); Motions For Rehearing And Rehearing En Bane, 369 AFTL Jour. 29 (June 1993); Motion For Rehearing To Discuss Motion For Rehearing, 415 AFTL Jour. (April 1997); New Venues Of Recovery Of Damages And Attorney’s Fees: Consumer Protection Violations In Cases Sounding In Medical Negligence, (Broward County Trial Lawyers Newsletter – 1992); New Cases of Interest, (Prepared for the AFTL Board of Directors – 1995); New Cases Involving Insurance, (Prepared for trial lawyers in the tort arena – 1995); NICA Decision is Brainy, 17 BCTLA 7, 2 (Sept. 2001); No Certain Certiorari, 413 AFTL Jour. 20 (Feb. 1997); No Certain Certiorari, 437 AFTL Jour. 27 (Feb. 1999); No “Fabre” As To Costs, 397 AFTL Jour. 18 (Oct. 1995); Ho Harm, No Foul, 454 AFTL Jour. 25, 26 (July 2000); No Liquid Refreshment Here, 438 AFTL Jour. 25 (March 1999); No Notice, 438 AFTL Jour. 25 (March 1999); Notice How I Construct This Notice, 453 AFTL 26, 27 (June 2000); No Reward For Determining Your Award, 400 AFTL Jour. 18 (Jan. 1996); Non-Economic Use Of The Economic Loss Rule, 438 AFTL Jour. 25 (March 1999); Non-final Order Consolidating Cases is not Reviewable Under Rule Concerning Venue, 405 AFTL Jour. (June 1996); Notice How I Construct This Notice, 16 BCTLA 3 (June 2000); Notice This, 438 AFTL Jour. 25 (March 1999); Not Now Doesn’t Mean Not Ever, 398 AFTL Jour. 22 (Nov. 1995); Nothing Special, 438 AFTL Jour. 25 (March 1999); Nothing Will Amend This Appeal, 421 AFTL Jour. 19 (Aug. 1997);Notice Me, 30 AFTL Jour. 441 (June 1999); Once Again, All is Not Well For Those That Remain After “Wells,” The Major Reporter, Vol. 6, No.5 (May 1, 1996); Once You “Appear,” You May Not Dis-“Appear,” 389 AFTL Jour. 32 (Feb. 1995);1.540(e) Motion Not Abandoned By Filing Notice Of Appeal, 393 AFTL Jour. 25 (June 1995); One Small Sacrifice: Organ Donation and the Story of Theresa (One of a series of articles that explained the author’s experiences in the famous “Baby T” case – 1993,1994), One, Two, Trial New; and Objections to Objections Better Be in Record, 421 AFTL Jour. 19,20 (Aug. 1997); Only The Privileged Can Assert The Privilege, 401 AFTL Jour. 19 (Feb. 1996); Opening the Mouthgates, BCTLA Newsletter (May 1999); Orders Denying Motions To Dismiss Based On The 120-Day Rule Are Appealable, 385 AFTL Jour. 30 (Oct. 1994); Orders Suppressing Evidence: Appeals From County To Circuit Court, 374 AFTL Jour. 18 (Nov. 1993); Other Major First Impressions a.k.a. First Impressions May Be Lasting, 423 AFTL Jour. 24 (Dec. 1997); Our Supreme Court Sounds Off on Set-Offs, 453 AFTL Jour. 26 (June 2000), 16 BCTLA 3 (June 2000);Overdue Due, 409 AFTL Jour. 19 (Oct. 1996); Partial Final Judgments Dismissing Some But Not All Counts Of A Multi-Count Complaint, 354 AFTL Jour. 23 (March 1992); Partial Final Judgments Dismissing Some But Not All Of A Multi-Count Complaint, 354 AFTL Jour. 23 (March 1992); Pass The Mayo, 23 AFTL Jour. 442 (July 1999); Permanently Determining Permanency, BCTLA Newsletter (May 1999); Please Release Me, Set Me Free … , 391 AFTL Jour. 26 (April 1995), and 454 AFTL Jour. 25 (July 2000); Post Trial Concerns And The Time For Taking An Appeal, 371 AFTL Jour. 22 (Aug. 1993); Prescribing A Remedy For This Disease, 14 BCTLA 4 (April 1998); Presented For Your Consumption Recent Appellate Rulings, 399 AFTL Jour. 17 (Dec. 1995); Preserving the Record For Appeal, (Prepared for Bridge the Gap Lawyers – Spring, 1996, and Fall, 1996); Prepared Your Own Insurance Contract: Error Preserving Tips for Experienced Trial Lawyers, (Prepared for the AFTL Board of Directors – Spring, 1996); Procedure For Disqualification Of A Judge, 356 AFTL Jour. 26 (May 1992); Prohibiting Prohibition (Prepared for the AFTL Board of Directors, 1995);Prosecutorial Subpoenas Issued To Defense Lawyers And The Chilling Effect On The Attorney-Client Privilege: Who Can You Trust? (Prepared for Criminal Trial Lawyers ­1990); Protection Against Malpractice: Error Preserving Tips For The Trial Lawyer, 353 AFTL Jour. 22 (Feb. 1992); Putting Some Closure on Objectionable Closing Argument, 428 AFTL Jour. 24,25 (May 1998); Quit Being a Baby About Paying Support, AFTL Jour. 433 (Sept. 1998); Rating This Interesting Post-judgment Case, 409 AFTL Jour. 19 (Oct. 1996); Reading Is Believing f/k/a Seeing Is Believing, 403 AFTL Jour. 21,22 (April 1996); Reasonable to Require it to be Reasonable Now, 408 AFTL Jour. 18 (Sept. 1996); Rebuffing Rebuttal, 453 AFTL Jour. 26,16 BCTLA 3 (June 2000); Rebut This Rebuttal, 438 AFTL Jour. 25 (March 1999); Recall Mandate and Tell Him To File Soon, 411 AFTL 18, 19 (Dec. 1996); Recent Cases of Interest, Broward County Trial Lawyers Newsletter (April, 1995);Recent Cases You Should Know!! (Prepared for the Broward County Trial Lawyers Meeting – 1995); Red Rover, Red Rover, Make Sure You Look These Cases Over, 400 AFTL Jour. 18 (Jan. 1996); Reaping the Spoils from the Spoilation Rule, 403 AFTL Jour. 21 (April 1996); Rehearing What Has Not Been Heard, 411 AFTL Jour. 18 (Dec. 1996); Remote Control: The Debtor, By Pushing State Court Appeal, 381 AFTL Jour. 21 (June 1994); Render Bender, 387 AFTL Jour. 27 (Dec. 1994); Reservation for Mr. Attorney’s Fees … Right This Way…, 387 AFTL Jour. 27 (Dec. 1994); Reversal of Fortune,30 AFTL Jour. 441 (June 1999); Re-state-mentality a/k/a If l Have Told You Once, I Have Told You A Million Times, Don’t Say It Again, 457 AFTL Jour. 22 (Oct. 2000); Reviewing Whether You Can Stop, 411 AFTL Jour. 18, 19 (Dec. 1996); RiddleMe This, Riddle Me That, But Don’t Keep These Cases Under You Hat, 12 BCTLA 4 (Feb. 1996), and 402 AFTL Jour. 22 (Feb. 1996); Rubber Stamps Are Rubbish, 388AFTL Jour. 19 (Jan. 1995); Rule 9.020: When Do Post- Trial Motions Toll Time, 359 AFTL Jour. 30 (Aug. 1992); Scientifically Speaking, 413 AFTL Jour. 20 (Feb. 1997); Searching for Certain Certiorari, 408 AFTL Jour. 18 (Sept. 1996);  Section 57.105’s New Look: The Florida Legislature Encourages Courts to Sanction Unsupported Claims and Dilatory Actions, 76 Fla. B.J. 8 (Apr.2002) (with Gary S. Gaffney); Separate But Equal,23 AFTL Jour. 442 (July 1999); Service with a Smile, 408 AFTL Jour. 18 (Sept. 1996); Service with a File, AFTL Jour. 434 (Sept. 1998); Service With A Smile, AFTL Jour. 435 (Dec. 1998); Seventh Heaven, AFTL Jour. 433(Sept. 1998); Should Old Acquaintances Be Forgot, Don’t Let These Cases Slip Your Mind, 401 AFTL Jour. 19 (Feb. 1996); Show and Tell, 17 BCTLA 7,2 (Sept. 2001); Sign-in Logs Are Off Limits, (AFTL Jour. 1995); “Seeing is not believing,” a/k/a “We don’t want to see it, we want to read it,” 387 AFTL Jour. 27 (Dec. 1994); Something Special, 408 AFTL Jour. 18, 19 (Sept. 1996); Speak Now orForever Hold your Peace, 406 AFTL Jour. 19 (July 1996); Spoils for the Spoliation Evidence, 405 AFTL Jour. 24 (June 1996); “Standing Train Doctrine” No Longer Standing, 454 AFTL Jour. 25 (July 2000); Staying Power AFTL Jour. 433 (Sept. 1998); Statutes and Ordinances: He Who Violates Has Not Necessarily Lost, 391 AFTL Jour. 26 (April 1995); Strict Liability for Negligence, 408 AFTL Jour. 18 (Sept. 1996); Strictly Speaking, 438 AFTL Jour. 25 (March 1999); Striking the Preemption Balance, 417 AFTL Jour. 24 (June 1997); Subrogating Your Indemnity and Other Fun Puzzles to Solve in Your Spare Time, 453 AFTL 26,27 (June 2000); Subsequent Design Changes, 415 AFTL Jour. (Apr. 1997); Substitute Teaching, 458 AFTL Jour. 19 (Nov. 2000); Surprise, Surprise, 415 AFTL Jour. (Apr. 1997); Taxing Costs Can Be Taxing, 417 AFTL Jour. 24 (June 1997); To Be (Professional) or Not To Be (Professional), That is the Only Question, 423 AFTL Jour. 24 (Dec. 1997); That Which We Call an Objection by any Other Name Would Still be an Objection, 418AFTL Jour. 23,24 (July 1997) The Case Of Welch v. Resolution Corp. Does Not Change The Issue of Appealability of Partial Final Judgments, (AFTL Jour. 1992); The End May Justify The Means, 391 AFTL Jour. 26 (April 1995); The Fundamentals ofFundamental Error, 400 AFTL Jour. 18 (Jan. 1996); The O.J. Simpson Hearsay Exception: Lab Test Results, 391 AFTL Jour. 26 (April 1995); The Mager “Appellate” Trial Notebook: Cases You Should Have In Your Trial Notebook, 376 AFTL Jour. 27 (Jan. 1994); The Mager Report, A Quarterly Report Sent To Trial Lawyers (1st ed. – 1991); The Prospects of Appealing an Order Denying a Motion to Amend for Punitive Damages are Unappealing, The Major Reporter, Vol. 6, NO.5 (May 1, 1996); The Sheriff Has No Jurisdiction In This Jurisdiction, The Major Reporter, Vol. 6, NO.5 (May 1, 1996); There is No Vacation From Vacating This Judgment, 458 AFTL Jour. 19 (Nov. 2000); These Set-Offs Will Not Set You Off, 453 AFTL Jour. 26 (June 26, 2000); The Standard of Review Is Not Standard, The Major Reporter, Vol. 6, NO.5 (May 1, 1996); The Two-Issue Rule, (AFTL Jour. 1995); The Year In Review (Prepared for the Annual AFTL meetings/seminars – 1995); The Economics of the Economic Loss Rule, AFTL Jour. 435 (Dec. 1998); The Economics of the Economic Loss Rule, 23 AFTL Jour. 442 (July 1999); The Younger The Better, 453 AFTL Jour. 26 (June 2000); There is a Future in This Decision, 454 AFTL Jour. 25, 26 (July 2000); There is No Sudden Emergency To Determine What is a “Sudden Emergency, n 456 AFTL Jour. 22, 23 (Sept. 2000); There is No Prohibition From Using Prohibition, 456 AFTL Jour. 22 (Sept. 2000); There’s No Mediating These Sanctions; 18 BCTLA 2, 5 (Feb. 2002); There is Nothing to Add To This Decision, 14 BCTLA 4, 4 (April 1998); There’s No Secret To What They Are Secreting (Surveillance Evidence); 415 AFTL Jour. (Apr. 1997); This Amendment is Free, 438 AFTL Jour. 25 (March 1999); This Award Was A Slap In The Face, Darling, The Major” Reporter, Vol. 6, NO.5 (May 1, 1996); This Case Can Really Set You Off, 14 BCTLA 4,4 (April 1998); This Decision May Not “Floor” You, 456 AFTL Jour. 22 (Sept. 2000); This Dismissal Lacks Appeal, 399 AFTL Jour. 17 (Dec. 1995); This Evidence is Not Bad, 457 AFTL Jour. 22, 23 (Oct. 2000); This Exception Is Elemental, 409 AFTL Jour. 19 (Oct. 1996); This Error is No Mistake, 453 AFTL Jour. 26, 27 (June 2000); This Fee Need Not Be Contemptuous, 438 AFTL Jour. 25 (March 1999); This Ruling is Criminal, 13 BCTLA 3,4 (Jan. 1997); Time (of the essence) Waits For No Man …,The Major Reporter, Vol. 6, No. 5 (May 1, 1996); This Appeal is a Private Matter, 436 AFTL Jour. (Jan. 1999); This Case Is Authentic, AFTL Jour. 435 (Dec. 1998); This Procedure is Not Substantive, 457 AFTL Jour. 22 (Oct. 2000); Times Are a Changin,’ (AFTL Jour. 1995); To Appeal Piecemeal, You Must Separate Yourself From the Others, 401 AFTL 18 (Dec. 1996); To Appeal To Jurors, Make No Appeal, Vol. 13 BCTLA 4 (Feb.1997); To Be Appealing, You Had Better Be On Time, 409 AFTL Jour. 19 (Oct. 1996); ToBe Or Not To Be Consistent, That is the Question (Whose Answer Depends On Your Motive), 12 BCTLA 2,4 (Feb. 1996) and 402 AFTL Jour. 22 (March 1996); To Bind Is To Sign: Settlements Must Be Signed By Attorneys And Parties, 388 AFTL 19 (Jan. 1995); To Kill A Mockingbird: Filing Motions For Rehearing From “Per Curiam Affirmed Without Opinion” Decisions, (AFTL Jour. 1995); To Notice Or Not To Notice: That Is The Question, 383 AFTL Jour. 26 (Aug. 1994); To Protect or Not to Protect? That is the Duty-fut) Question, 458 AFTL Jour. 19,20 (Nov. 2000); Tomorrow Is Another Day,396 AFTL Jour. 23 (Sept. 1995); Too Much Of A Good Thing Sometimes Isn’t Bad, 415 AFTL Jour. (Apr. 1997); Try Flying This By The Judge, 413 AFTL Jour. 20 (Feb. 1997); Two for One, 30 AFTL Jour. 441 (June 1999); Two Liable, 409 AFTL Jour. 19 (Oct. 1996); Two Hits, Two Hits, Two Hits in One, 454 AFTL Jour. 25 (July 2000); Uncertain Certiorari, 23 AFTL Jour. 442 (July 1999); Understanding Error And The Need For Protection, 361 AFTL Jour. 33 (Oct. 1992); Unjustified Instruction May Be Justified, 399 AFTL Jour. 17 (Dec.1995); Voir Dire, 17 BCTLA 7, 3 (Sept. 2001); Waive Goodbye, 454 AFTL Jour. 25 (July 2000); Waive Goodbye to This Challenge, 458 AFTL Jour. 19 (Nov. 2000); Waive Goodbye to This Constitutional Right, 453 AFTL Jour. 26, 27 (June 2000); We, the People, in Order to Form a More Perfect Union, Must Read These Cases, The Reporter, Vole 6, No.5 (May 1, 1996); Weighing In on the “manifest weight of the evidence” standard, 18 BCTLA 2, 5 (Feb. 2002); We’ll Give The Inc. Time To Get An Esq., 392 AFTL Jour. 29 (May 1995); Well Excuse Me, 428 AFTL Jour. 24,25 (May 1998); Well, I Do Declare…Declaratory Relief, 405 AFTL Jour. 24 (June 1996); What Goes Up Must Be Down, The Major Reporter, Vol. 6, NO.5 (May 1, 1996); What Goes Up Must Be Down a.k.a. The “Shaquille O’Neal” In Your Face Rule, 403 AFTL Jour. 21, 22 (April 1996); What Goes Up Must Be (Specifically) Down, 409 AFTL Jour. 19 (Oct. 1996); What’s In A Name? Major Legal Update, (Prepared for BCTLA and AFTL – 1995); What Isn’t Down Won’tGo Up, 392 AFTL Jour. 29 (May 1995); What’s New of Appealing, 411 AFTL Jour. 18, 19 (Dec. 1996); What You Don’t Know Can Hurt You, 456 AFTL Jour. 22, 23 (Sept. 2000); What You Don’t Know Can’t Hurt You, 18 BCTLA 2, 5 (Feb. 2002);What You Don’t Say Can Be Used Against You, 385 AFTL Jour. 30 (Oct. 1994); What’s New, 436 AFTL Jour. 436 (Jan. 1999); What’s In a Name, 436 AFTL Jour. (Jan. 1999); When A Defendant Is Dismissed From An Action, Appeal Now Or Forever Hold You E & a Carrier, 385 AFTL Jour. 30 (Oct. 1994); When An Attorney Can “Testify,” 389 AFTL Jour. 32 (Feb. 1995); When Is It Proper To File A Petition For Writ Of Certiorari? 362 AFTL Jour. 25 (Nov. 1992); When It Comes To Preparation And Filing Of The Appellate Brief, The Rules Are The Rules, 386 AFTL Jour. 23 (Nov. 1994); Where And What To File For Appellate Review, 355 AFTL Jour. 28 (April 1992); When You Can Have Your Cake and Eat It Too, 406 AFTL Jour. 19 (July 1996); Who Cares What The Attorney? 385 AFTL Jour. 30 (Oct. 1994); Will Will Will Will Will, 409 AFTL Jour. (Oct. 1996); Will You Quit Filing Motions For Rehearing, 382 AFTL Jour. 27 (July 1994); Writs Of Certiorari (Or More Appropriately Certio-Rarely) And The New Changes To Florida Rule Of Civil Procedure 9.100, 375 AFTL Jour. 20 (Dec.1993); Writs Of Prohibition (Prepared for AFTL Journal publication -1995); You Are Prohibited From Refusing To Disqualify Yourself (Prepared for AFTL Journal publication -1995); You Aren’t Waving Goodbye To This Objection, 30 AFTL Jour. 441 (June 1999); You Better Be Good: The Implied Covenant Of Good Faith And Fair Dealing, (Prepared for publication in law review – 1995-96); You Better Flip For That Transcript, 396 AFTL Jour. 23 (Sept. 1995); You Can Get this Immunity Without a Vaccination, The Major Reporter, Vol. 6, NO.5 (May 1, 1996); You Can Make A Case For These Cases, 418 AFTL Jour. 23 (July 1997); You Can Still Rely on that Exception, 408 AFTL Jour. 18 (Sept. 1996); You Can Take This One Personally, 408 AFTL Jour. (Sept. 1996), You Can Waive that Challenge Goodbye, 408 AFTL Jour. (Sept. 1996);You Can’t Buy Jurisdiction in Any Store, 422 AFTL Jour. 25, 25-6 (Nov. 1997); You Can’t Always Party On The Nonparty,415 AFTL Jour. (Apr. 1997); You Can’t Always “Res” (Ipsa); You Can’t Legislate This Decision, 23 AFTL Jour. 442 (July 1999); You Can’t Mediate This Sanction, 23 AFTL Jour. 442 (July 1999); When You’re Lying On The Table, 400 AFTL Jour. 18 (Jan. 1996); You Can’t Have What I Don’t Offer, 392 AFTL Jour. 29 (May 1995); You Can’t Have A Piece of this Appeal,454 AFTL Jour. 25, 26 (July 2000); You Can’t Mop Up My Claim, 418 AFTL Jour. 23, 24 (July 1997); You Don’t Want to Pay aPenalty for This Error, 428 AFTL Jour. 24 (May 1998); You Do It Now or You Do It Again: A Court Must Rule In A“Reasonable Time,” 403 AFTL Jour. 21,22 (April 1996); You Don’t Need Hands to Waive Goodbye to This Review, 442 AFTL Jour. 25 (Nov. 1997); You Gotta Have Class to Have a Class, 417 AFTL Jour. 24, 25 (June 1997); You Gotta Have It To Get It, AFTL Jour. (Sept. 1995); You Gotta Have The Right One, Baby Uh Huh!, 391 AFTL Jour. 26 (April 1995); You Gotta Pay To “Stay,” 390 AFTL Jour. 28 (March 1995); You Gotta Say What You Wanted to Say, 454 AFTL Jour. 26 (July 2000);You Have No Jurisdiction To Agree To Jurisdiction, 421 AFTL Jour. 19 (Aug. 1997); You Know All The Words I can see clearly now (the rain has gone), I can see all objects in my view…, (Prepared for the AFTL Board of Directors, and for BCTLA – 1995); You May Be Able To Get A Drink At this Bar Even After Your Limit, 499 AFTL Jour. 17 (Dec. 1995); You May Get More Than You Bargained For, 454 AFTL Jour. 25 (July 2000); You May Lose Your Job Over This Unemployment Compensation Appeal, 415 AFTL Jour. (April 1997); You Must Alwavs Have A Transcript To Get Appellate Review… Except Sometimes …, 390 AFTL Jour. 28 (March 1995); You Must Be Exceptional to Get Discovery from a Withdrawn Expert, 405 AFTL Jour. 24 (June 1996); You Must Deny With Specificity What They Did Not Do, 391 AFTL Jour. 26 (April 1995); You Never Get A Second Chance To Make A First Impression, (Keynote Address for Kiwanis Club – Jan. 1996);You Only Get What You Ask For, 393 AFTL Jour. 25 (June 1995); You Only Have To Choose When You’re Ready To Eat,392 AFTL Jour. 29 (May 1995); You Only Have One Bullet In The Punitive Damages Pleading Gun, 383 AFTL Jour. 26 (Aug. 1994); You Snooze, You Lose: When To Appeal A Final Judgment Which Awards An Entitlement to Attorney Fees But Which Does Not Set An Amount, 380 AFTL Jour. 31 (May 1994); You are Married to This Decision, AFTL Jour. 433 (Sept. 1998); You Can Prejudge This Loss, 453 AFTL Jour. 26 (June 2000); “Your Word is Not Good Enough, “408 AFTL Jour. (Sept. 1996); You Can’t Get A Piece of This Appeal, AFTL Jour. 434 (Sept. 1998).

You Can Have What You Wish For (Stranahan High School – Spring, 1998); Discover This: Advanced Discovery Strategies – Interrogatories, Production and Admission Requests (Paralegal Association of Florida, Broward Chapter CLE Dinner, Ft. Lauderdale, FL – October 2014 [Coral Ridge Yacht Club]);Serving Winners: Enhancing Your Professional & Personal Success (2015 USPTA World Conference, New Orleans, LA – September, 2015); All About Appeals (Paralegal Association of Florida, Broward Chapter CLE Dinner, Ft. Lauderdale, FL – February 2015[chuck’s steakhouse]); Discover This: The Real Secrets to Exceptional Discovery Results – Interrogatories, Production, Admissions, Communication (2015 Paralegals at the Bench Bar Conference – March 2015); Pre-Suit: What’s It All About and Discovery – To Us/From Us (Paralegal Association of Florida’s 2016 Spring Seminar, Ft. Lauderdale, Florida – May, 2016); Diagnosing the Problem: A Prescription for Enhancing the Medical Practice (while Reducing Malpractice) (Grand Rounds, Department of Anesthesiology, Ryder Trauma Center, Miami, Florida – May, 2016); Empowerment, What You Can Achieve in Your Professional Career! (2016 National Business Aviation Association, Flight Attendants/Flight Technicians Conference – June 2016), Achieving Sustained Happiness: The Secrets to Enhanced Joy in Your Life (Brandeis 2010); A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Supreme Court: The Lighter Side of World-Covered Baby Theresa Case. (Kiwanis Club – West Palm Beach); “Acing” the Marketplace – New Strategies to Increase Tennis Awareness (United States Tennis Association Regional Conference Keynote Address); Activism and the Law: The Judiciary Act of 1789 (Nova Southeastern Law Center); “Appealing” Appellate Advocacy: What the Trial Lawyer Must Know (Practice with Professionalism Seminar); Advancing Your “Appeal” – How to Handle Appeals (Video, Audio, Materials) PESI National Seminars (Held live in three occasions: Orlando, Miami, and Tampa); Appealing Appellate Practice, Practicing with Professionalism Seminar (Deerfield Beach, Jan. 1999); Appealing to Employers: Marketing Tips To Secure Attorney Job Positions (Nova Southeastern Law Center – Oct. 1995); Appealing to the Court: Successful Oral Argument (Nova Southeastern Law Center – Multiple Years); Appellate Appeal (Nova Southeastern Law Center Spring, 1993); Appellate Appeal. What Goes Up Must Be Down (AFTL seminar 1993); Appellate Practice (Practice with Professionalism, West Palm Beach – Fall, 1997); Appellate Practice, Bridge-the-Gap Seminar (West Palm Beach – Spring, 1996); Appellate Practice, Bridge-the-Gap Seminar (Fort Lauderdale) (Fall, 1996); Appellate Practice, Bridge-the-Gap Seminar (West Palm Beach) (Spring, 1996); Appellate Practice Bridge-the-Gap Seminar (West Palm Beach) (Fall, 1995); Appellate Practice Bridge-the-Gap Seminar (West Palm Beach – Spring, 1995); Appellate Practice 3-day Bridge-the-Gap Seminar (West Palm Beach Spring, 1994); Appellate Practice, 3-day Bridge-the-Gap Seminar (West Palm Beach – Fall, 1994); Appellate Practice, Bridge-the-Gap Seminar (West Palm Beach -Fall, 1993); Appellate Practice, Bridge-the-Gap Seminar (West Palm Beach – Spring, 1993); Appellate Practice Techniques, Bridge-the-Gap Seminar (West Palm Beach – Fall, 1992); Appellate Practice Tips, 3-day Bridge-the-Gap Seminar (West Palm Beach – Spring, 1992); Appellate Practice Update (28 separate presentations to Board of Directors of AFTL, 1994-97); Appellate Trial Notebook (Seminar using the Appellate Trial Notebook, Summer, 1994) (supp. periodically); Appraising Your Potential Client: How Appraisors Can Sell Their Services (American Association of Appraisers, Miami – May, 2000); Avoiding Malpractice: Tips for the Trial Lawyer (AFTL Seminar -1993); Baby Theresa: A biblical comparison (Temple Beth Om -1993) Brief Briefs: There Is No Substitute (A series of seminars on effective Brief writing in the appellate court system – 1994); Causation Causes, (AFTL Workhorse Seminar, Feb. 1999); Communication – Tools and Techniques for Increased Marketing (Broward Association of Female Executives – May, 1996); Court Appeal: Successful Oral Argument (Nova Southeastern LawCenter-1994); Creating and Implementing Your Business Plan (FlU Small Business Association ­June, 1996); Deciphering the small print: Fraud and the Consumer Protection Act (Principal address at the Tower Club for the South Florida Automotive Dealers Association – 1992); Deciphering Deceptive Advertisements: Consumer Protection Law (A presentation, videotaped and distributed to a variety of public entities throughout Florida – 1990); Depositions and Hearings in Federal Court (Professionalism Seminar in Fort Laud. March 1998); Do I Have To Tell: The Responsibility of Florida Mental Health Practitioners to Disclose When Their Patients Reveal An Intent To Harm Third Parties about their Patients (Nova Ph.D & Psy.D programs, 1992, 1993); Don’t Complain about the Complaint:  Winning Discovery Strategies to Effectively Defend the Case  (Summer 2005);  Don’t Get Caught With Your Briefs Down: Traps For The Unwary Litigator (AFTL Annual Seminar, 1993); Don’t Get the Case Law Blues, AFTL Annual Legislative Case Law Update (June, 1996); Duty To Warn: Case Law Developments in Florida (for Mental Health Practitioners (Nova Ph.D & Psy.D Programs 1993); Dynamic Selling and Teamwork, TCG Corporate Sales Force (Spring, 1998); (Everything’s Negotiable: How To Successfully Mediate (Nova Southeastern Law Center Spring, 1993) (Live and video presentation); FlU Business Workshop: Legal Aspects of Small Business, Marketing Your Business, Legal Aspects of Small Business, Creating and Implementing Your Business Plan (2), and ‘How to Start & Operate a Small Business (Parts 1 & II of two day program, Nov. 1996); How to Prepare a Business Plan, (FlU Business Workshop – Jan. 1997); Florida Civil Procedure – Half Day Seminar on Florida’s Rules and Procedures, (West Publishing Bar Exam Review Course – July, 1996); Florida Civil Procedure (West Publishing Bar Review Course at University of Miami Law School, Jan. 1997); Freshman Moot Court: Real Insights (Nova Southeastern Law Center – Fall, 1989); “Getting down” While You’re up on Appeal: Sophisticated Oral Argument Tips (Nova Law Center – Spring, 1991); Guerilla Marketing For Yourself (Sunrise Chamber of Commerce – Nov. 1995); Having Appellate Appeal (Nova Southeastern Law Center – Fall, 1994); Having a Happy Meal (Keynote Address at the McDonald’s Regional/National Convention – 1994); How To Handle Your Own Appeals (1994) (with materials created/compiled by Mr. Mager, this series of live presentations with top appellate judges is also available on audiotape); Intramural Moot Court Performance Techniques (Nova Southeastern Law Center – Fall, 1992); I Appeal to Your Reading Pleasure, AFTL (Aug. 1998); Last Appeal: Techniques For Surviving Law School (Nova Southeastern Law Center (Fall, 1993); Legal Aspects of Business (A series of five separate seminars sponsored by SBA – Sept., Oct. and Nov. 1995); Living the Life; (St. Thomas Law School, Spring 1998); More Legal Aspects of Business (A series of seminars sponsored by SBA, Nov.-Dec. 1995); Making a Major Difference (Keynote address at the United States Tennis Association); Major Marketing and Motivation (SBA Summer, 1995); Major Secrets for Successful Law School Performance (BALSA – 1991); Major Secrets for Successful Law School Performance (BALSA – 1992); Major Motivating Moot Court (Nova Law Center – 1989); Major Law Update (A compilation of tort law from Jan.-June 1995); Marketing Wizardry (SBA Sponsored) (Summer, 1995); Marketing For Success (Summer, 1995); Marketing for Tennis Professionals (U. S. Tennis Association Regional Convention – April, 1996); Marketing Your Law Practice (AFTL Annual Convention, Family Law Program Business Workshop – Miami 1996); Marketing Yourself through Holistic Report Writing (Broward County Nurses Association – 2005); Moot Court Success: Advanced Techniques for Successful Argument (March, 2002); Motivating Motivation (Summer, 1995); Moot Court: A Primer (Nova Southeastern Law Center – Spring, 1992); Negotiation in Mediation: A Practical Approach (Nova Southeastern Law Center – Fall, 1995) (Live and video presentation); Networking Business Strategies (Radisson Hotel – 1995); One Piece of the Pie of Success (Cardinal Gibbons Annual Sports Banquet -1995); Now-or-Never: Motivating Change In Your Life (speeches to Lauderdale Elementary Teaching Staff, and to a national teaching organization – Oct. 2000); Panther Power: Enhancing Sales Performance, (July 1999); Post Judgment Motion Practice On The State And Federal Level (Written materials, audio and video compliments, Tampa -1995); Reading 100 pages a minute: Strategies for Successful Law School Performance (BALSA – 1991); Real Moot Court (St Thomas Law School – 1994); Regional Success – Effective Oral Advocacy in Regional Moot Court Competitions (Nova Southeastern Law Center – Fall, 1992); Sales and Communication Seminar (Exit Shops – Retail Sales Executives and Management – April, 1996); Sales Magic (Fort Lauderdale, FL – 1995); Salesmanship: the Psychology Of Selling And The Art Of Persuasion (CBS Marketing Systems); Selling Ice To The Eskimos: Advanced Sales Tips and Marketing Ideas (Unisyn – 1994); Selling Yourself the Legal Way (Exit Shops ­April, 1996); Selling Yourself the Legal Way – Motivational Tools and Sales Tips (The Mansion and Deer Creek ­1994); Shaping Our Jewish Future (15th Annual National Jewish Law Students Association Annual Conference, March 1997); Should Old Acquaintances Be Forgot, Don’t Let These Slip Your Mind (BCTLA – Jan. 1996); Speak No Evil: Effective Oral Advocacy in National Moot Court Competitions (Nova Southeastern Law Center – Fall, 1993); Spinning Contracts: Agreements for DJs (Fort Lauderdale, 2010); Study City: Making It Through Law School (Nova Southeastern Law Center – 1993); Succeeding In National Moot Court Competition (Nova Southeastern Law Center -1992); Surviving Law School: How To Stay Alive (BALSA – 1992); Tactics And Tips For Effective Oral Argument (Nova Southeastern Law Center – 1991, 1992, 1993); Talk the Talk: Effective Oral Argument (Nova Southeastern Law Center – Spring, 1993); T-E-A-M – Notice There’s No “I” (Tower Club Employees – June, 1996); The Different Sides of Appellate Advocacy (A Round table Appellate Practice Symposium with experienced appellate lawyers and judges, led by form Supreme Court Chief Justice Harry Anstead – Spring, 1991); The Power of Influence (Lecture presentation to the nation’s top financial investment strategists – 1998); There is a Tomorrow (Motivational speech to convicted drug offenders – 1992); There is No Tomorrow (Pine Crest School Pre-state Championship Dinner Presentation – 1995); Update on Tort Law (A series of monthly presentations on recent law developments, 1994-95); Using Their Money Wisely – Further Enhancing Your Professional and Personal Success, (MCR Funding, Feb. 1999); What Goes Up Must Be Down: Appellate/Federal Practice tips (Practice with Professionalism, Florida Bar 2001); Winning Moot Court Skills (UM – Spring, 1991) (Tulane Law School, 2000); Winning Moot Court Competitions: Tactics and Techniques (Videotaped presentation) (Major Dynamics 1995); Winning Oral Argument (Nova Southeastern Law Center – Spring, 1993); Winning the Appeal with Appeal (Nova Southeastern Law Center – Fall 2004); Witness Handling – Preparation of Witnesses Before Trial and How Paralegals Can Aid (Broward and Dade County Legal Assistants Seminar, Hollywood, Florida – March, 1996); Who Gets To Declare War: The Judiciary Act of 1789 (A roundtable discussion led by presidential candidate John Anderson – Spring, 1991); Selling the Clothes Off Your Back (Exit Shops – April, 1996); Write Right: Learning the Secrets of More Persuasive and Technically Correct Writing  (Nova Law Review (1999); You Are The Best: A speech about the recent book, You Are The Best, authored by Mr. Mager. Liberty’s – Boca Raton, 1994, and at book-signings at every Borders Book Stores in Miami, Coral Gables, Aventura, Fort Lauderdale, Boca Raton and Delray Beach, 1996, 1997); You Are The Best – Enhancing Personal and Professional Success (Kiwanis Club – Hollywood, Florida; January, 1996); You CAN Do It (A motivational presentation to the entire incoming freshman class at Nova Southeastern Law Center – Fall, 1993); You Can Have What You Wish For (Stranahan High School – Spring, 1998).

Judge Training:

  • Guest Instructor at Florida Judges training conferences (multiple years)

Law School:

  • Pretrial Practice (St. Thomas University Law School) (multiple times)
  • Civil Clinic (pretrial practice and procedure classes for law students serving their internship at various governmental agencies) (St. Thomas University Law School)

Trial Lawyer Colleges:

  • Advanced Trial Advocacy for Experienced Trial Lawyers (NITA, National Institute for Trial Advocacy) (instructor for multi-day/week seminar for experienced trial lawyers) (also see lecturers section above)

MBA Program:

  • Law and Management and Business Ethics (both courses offered through the New York Institute of Technology “N.Y.I.T.”)

College level:

  • Business Law, Business Law II
  • Advanced Business Law, Business
  • Government & Society
  • Civil Litigation
  • Criminal Law
  • Street Law
  • Wills and Trusts (college and paralegal courses taught numerous times over a five-year period, at Nova University, College of Boca Raton, Legal Career Institute f/k/a Hammel College)