Law360, Miami (January 1, 2014, 10:08 AM EST) -- Florida appeals courts in 2014 are set to tackle cases that could affect punitive damages awards in thousands of Engle progeny suits, a dispute over how to apply a bed tax that could cost the state $70 million annually, and an appeal from an undocumented immigrant who wants to be admitted to the Florida bar.
Here are some of the high-profile cases that Florida attorneys will be watching for decisions in the coming year.
Hess v. Philip Morris USA Inc. and Philip Morris USA Inc. et...
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