Super Lawyers Magazine has once again included numerous Brannock & Humphries attorneys on its annual list of the best Florida lawyers.
The accolades just keep coming for Brannock & Humphries partners Steve Brannock, Celene Humphries, and Ceci Berman.
Brannock & Humphries lawyer and longtime former judge Phil Padovano gave a presentation to a group of forty trial judges, including those from both circuit and county courts around the state, in a judicial writing seminar sponsored by the Florida College for Advanced Judicial Studies.
The Greater Tampa Chamber of Commerce announced today that Brannock & Humphries is a semifinalist for the 2018 Small Business of the Year Award.
Steve Brannock and Ceci Berman presented a seminar on land use appeals at the annual meeting of the Florida Bar’s Local Government Section in Orlando.
Just two weeks after the oral argument, Brannock & Humphries secured a per curiam affirmance from the Second District Court of Appeal today in a case involving an injured worker who fell through a skylight that was so covered with black mold that it was indistinguishable from the metal roof
Chambers USA Ranks Steve Brannock, Celene Humphries, And Ceci Berman Among Florida’s Top Appellate Lawyers
The Chambers USA 2018 edition has selected Steve Brannock, Celene Humphries, and Ceci Berman for inclusion among its top-ranked Florida lawyers in the category of Appellate Litigation. No other Florida firm of any size has more lawyers listed in this category.
Brannock & Humphries attorney Joe Eagleton, who chairs the statewide appellate practice section’s pro bono committee, recently accepted the “I am for the child” award for the section’s work on behalf of Florida’s Guardian ad Litem Program.
Brannock & Humphries Upholds Trial Court Order Denying Workers’ Compensation Immunity, Protects Injured Worker’s Right To Sue
A hauling worker who was seriously injured when he was knocked off his semi-trailer while it was being loaded with yard trash at a transfer station in Volusia County prevailed today in convincing the Fifth District Court of Appeal to deny workers’ compensation immunity to the land clearing company whose