Law360 (January 1, 2020, 12:04 PM EST) -- Attorneys are expecting a busy year for the Florida Supreme Court, which is set to tackle the state’s summary judgment standard, the newly implemented regulatory framework for medical marijuana and whether a traffic ticket app is practicing law by connecting consumers to attorneys.
In addition to the blockbuster cases, the high court will also be reviewing the language of ballot initiatives that would deregulate the state’s energy market and ban semiautomatic rifles. If they pass muster, they’ll go to voters in November.
And attorneys are also watching to see who Gov. Ron DeSantis appoints to replace former Justices Robert J. Luck...
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