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Important Changes to Florida Rules of Civil Procedure
            The Supreme Court of Florida recently released opinions implementing critical changes to the Florida Rules of Civil Procedure. Generally, these changes relate to many aspects of case management, such as scheduling, pleadings, and discovery. One of these changes will have a particularly significant impact on defendants and how they must assert affirmative defenses. On […]
Attorneys Recognized by Super Lawyers®
We are pleased to announce that three members of the Taylor Day Law team were recognized as 2024 Florida Super Lawyers; two were named Rising Stars. Super Lawyers, part of Thomson Reuters, selects attorneys using a patented multiphase selection process where each candidate is evaluated on 12 indicators of peer recognition and professional achievement. The […]
Taylor Day Law Welcomes Four Attorneys To Staff
NATHANIEL K. CARR was born in Charleston, West Virginia and earned his bachelor’s degree from West Virginia University where he majored in Political Science. While attending WVU, Nate was a member of the varsity swimming program where he participated in the NCAA Division I Championships, US Open, and United States Olympic Trials. He then went […]
Tips for Florida Bar Exam Success
If possible, treat studying like a job. Start at 8:30, take a lunch break, and finish at 5:00; take weekends off. There is such a thing as too much studying! Make a list of what you want to accomplish in a day and cross items off as you go. If you feel like you just […]
Two Associate Attorneys Promoted To Partner
Taylor, Day, Grimm & Boyd expanded their leadership team, promoting two associate attorneys to Partner in January. Heather E. Sosnowski Heather E. Sosnowski has been a member of the Taylor, Day, Grimm & Boyd team for over a decade. Her practice involves representing employers, carriers and third-party administrators in the defense of claims filed under […]
Nicholas Bussé Prevails in Auto Accident Case
Attorney Nicholas Bussé recently prevailed on a Motion for Final Summary Judgment in a two-count automobile accident case wherein Plaintiff alleged she was injured as a result of a rear-end collision caused by Defendants. Nicholas argued the Defendants did not owe Plaintiff a duty of care for the accident. Plaintiff further attempted to amend their […]
Attorneys Secure Summary Judgment for Supermarket Retailer
Christopher Mueller and John Kessenich obtained a favorable summary judgment on behalf of a supermarket retailer for complete indemnity from a contractor performing work on the premises. The Plaintiff was injured after slipping on rain water that entered the store through a temporary wall erected by the contractor during renovation work. The court found that […]
Taylor Day Law Volunteers for HabiJax
If you ever get the chance to volunteer with HabiJax on one of their local projects, take it! The Taylor Day Law team had a blast helping to make a house into a home for one deserving family. We jumped at the opportunity to get away from our desks (and get a little dirty) while […]
Attorney Spotlight: Justice T. Elvish
Justice Elvish, originally from Canada, moved to Florida in 2014. She received her BA in Political Science from the University of South Florida followed by her JD from Florida Coastal School of Law, where she graduated 8th in her class. At Taylor Day Law, Justice’s practice areas include PIP Benefits and Automobile Accident Defense.  Get […]