Attorney Chris Carlyle’s op-ed opposing term limits for appellate judges ran in today’s Tallahassee Democrat. http://www.tallahassee.com/story/opinion/2016/02/24/judicial-term-limits-undermine-constitutional-ideals/80868024/
Attorney Chris Carlyle’s op-ed opposing term limits for appellate judges was published today in the Palm Beach Post and the Pensacola News Journal. http://www.pnj.com/story/opinion/2016/02/22/limit-judge-terms/80774958/?from=global&sessionKey=&autologin=http://www.mypalmbeachpost.com/news/news/opinion/point-of-view-term-limits-for-states-top-jurists-i/nqWc5/
The Carlyle Appellate Law Firm’s more than decade long odyssey in St. Johns River Water Management District v. Koontz appears to be nearing the end. After having an appeal brought by the Water Management District dismissed by the Fifth District Court of Appeal for lack of Jurisdiction (2005), prevailing on an appeal at that court (2009), losing…
Attorney Chris Carlyle, chair of the Appellate Practice Section of the Florida Bar, was recently quoted in an article in the Florida Bar News about his recent testimony before the House Judiciary Committee. The article states: Christopher Carlyle, chair of the Bar’s Appellate Practice Section, said his executive council voted to unanimously oppose this proposal,…
Attorney Chris Carlyle spoke today at a telephonic seminar presented by the Florida Justice Association about the recent decision from the Fifth District Court of Appeal addressing judicial disqualification when attorneys are involved in a judge’s reelection campaign. The case is Rivera v. Bosque, 2016 WL 347164 (Fla. 5th DCA January 29, 2016), and it has substantial implications…
188 So. 3d 892 (Fla. 5th DCA 2016) Attorney John Bogdanoff of the Firm successfully defended three orders entered in enforcement proceedings following final judgment being entered in favor of the wife. http://www.5dca.org/Opinions/Opin2016/020116/5D14-2737.op.pdf
Attorney Chris Carlyle testified today before the Florida House Judiciary Committee on HB 197, which seeks to impose term limits on appellate judges and supreme court justices. The Appellate Practice Section of the Florida Bar (which Mr. Carlyle serves as Chair) has opposed the legislation, as has the Bar itself. The bill passed the committee. 197http://www.palmbeachpost.com/news/news/state-regional-govt-politics/judicial-term-limits-in-florida-headed-to-full-hou/nqKC7/
Attorney David A. Monaco, former Judge and Chief Judge at the Fifth District Court of Appeal, spoke today at a CLE presented by the Young Lawyers Division of the Volusia County Bar Association. Mr. Monaco will address “Factors in Deciding an Appeal.” Firm members John Bogdanoff and Coyle O’Connor were in attendance.
Attorney Chris Carlyle attended the 2016 Annual Dinner of the Florida Supreme Court Historical Society in Tallahassee. The event drew over 500 guests, and the event was highlighted by the keynote presentation of David Boies.
Attorney David A. Monaco attended the Florida Bar’s Appellate Court Rules Committee meeting at the Bar’s Winter Meeting in Orlando. The Appellate Court Rules Committee suggests new appellate rules as well as suggesting modifications to existing rules. http://www.floridabar.org/DIVEXE/BD/CMStanding.nsf/WCommitteesDetail/15E0FCC0829EFD6585256C5B00554844?OpenDocument