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Should air travelers switch seats for passengers with religious scruples?

 RELIGIOUS LAW Should air travelers switch seats for passengers with religious scruples? Paralegal holds her ground POSTED APR 10, 2015 10:20 AM CDT BY MARTHA NEIL Among the most orthodox of Orthodox Jews, some men try to uphold the dictates of their religion by not sitting next to women on public transportation. While this may be […]

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Journalistic Truth (or Consequences): NBC’s Brian Williams and the Value of Integrity

By Tony Silvia  Dated February 11, 2015 As someone who teaches and lectures on media ethics, this week has created a fertile ground—maybe better described as a battlefield—for ethical discussion and deliberation. Why a battlefield? Perhaps it’s because that’s the turf on which Williams’ detractors (and there are many) and supporters (who seem invisible if […]

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JACPA Ethics Alert Florida Bar’s Board of Governors gives final approval to significant revisions to Comment to Bar Rule 4-5.8 regarding lawyers leaving law firms

JACPA Ethics Alert   Florida Bar’s Board of Governors gives final approval to significant revisions to Comment to Bar Rule 4-5.8 regarding lawyers leaving law firms   Hello everyone and welcome to this Ethics Alert which will discuss the recent decision of The Florida Bar’s Board of Governors of to approve language to be added to […]

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Committee Promoting Judicial Excellence: “CPJE” Members

Florida You Judge Posted on Saturday, November 15th, 2014 at 5:30 pm by admin Two judicial surveys will be conducted at the beginning of 2015, one for  Pinellas-Pasco Counties and the other for Hillsborough County.  The Committee Promoting Judicial Excellence (CPJE) will annually sponsor the surveys for the 6th and 13th Judicial Circuits of Florida.  Since the creation of CPJE […]

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