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Smith Hulsey & Busey has added Arman Moeini as an associate in the firm’s Business and Healthcare Departments. His practice will focus on general corporate matters, including drafting entity formation documents, operating and shareholder’s agreements, employment and consulting agreements, and lease agreements. He will also assist with healthcare regulatory matters, including Stark and federal anti-kickback […]Read more
U.S. News & World Report and Best Lawyers have recognized Smith Hulsey & Busey as a 2019 “Best Law Firm.” The firm is recognized in the top tier of Jacksonville law firms in the following practice areas: Bankruptcy and Creditor Debtor Rights / Insolvency and Reorganization Commercial Litigation Corporate Healthcare Mergers & Acquisitions Real Estate […]Read more
The Jacksonville Ethics Commission has elected Smith Hulsey & Busey attorney Joseph W. Rogan as chair of the Commission for 2019. Rogan was appointed to the Jacksonville Ethics Commission by Chief Judge Mark Mahon and began serving his first three-year term in January 2017. The Jacksonville Ethics Commission was created in 1992 to serve city […]Read more
After more than 30 years in its former offices, the firm has completed its move to the Well Fargo Center, one of downtown Jacksonville’s signature office towers. The new office space is featured in an article for the Financial News & Daily Record. The space is an open floor plan decorated in soft gray tones. […]Read more
Chris Dix, a firm shareholder and chair of the Jacksonville Bar Association’s Legal Technology Committee, recently shared his expertise on the potential impact that the bitcoin and blockchain technologies will have on the legal field in an article for the Financial News & Daily Record. In the article, Dix defines the two technologies. Blockchain is […]Read more
On October 15, 2018 the Florida Supreme Court invalidated Section 90.702, Florida Statutes of the Florida Evidence Code. In the case of Delisle v. Crane Co., Vol. 43 FLW S459, the Florida Supreme Court declared Section 90.702––which establishes criteria for the admissibility of expert testimony in Florida courts––to be unconstitutional as violating the separation of […]Read more