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A Partner at Butler, Carol is a Board Certified Specialist in Appellate Practice by The Florida Bar and is an AV peer-rated attorney by Martindale-Hubbell. She focuses her practice on handling complex Civil Appeals in federal and state courts in Florida and throughout the U.S.

Carol has practiced with Butler since 1998. She is a member of the Florida Bar and is admitted to practice in all state courts in Florida as well as the United States District Courts for the Southern, Middle, and Northern Districts of Florida and the United States Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit, Eighth Circuit, and the Second Circuit. She is a member of the American Bar Association, the Hillsborough Bar Association, the Defense Research Institute, and the Claims and Litigation Management Alliance. She is also a member of the Florida Defense Lawyers Association where she serves as Chair of FDLA’s Women in Law Committee. In 2020, Carol was appointed the ABA’s Florida State Chair for the Council of Appellate Lawyers.

Carol has authored articles on a variety of topics in multiple publications. She also lectures and participates in educational seminars on issues impacting insurance professionals.

Carol is a graduate of the University of South Florida and Stetson University College of Law. At Stetson, she served as a federal judicial intern to the Honorable Elizabeth Kovachevich, Chief Judge of the Middle District of Florida. Prior to joining Butler, Carol was a Staff Attorney to the judiciary of the Ninth Judicial Circuit for Orange and Osceola Counties, Florida.

Admissions

  • FLORIDA

Recognitions

  • AV PREEMINENT, MARTINDALE-HUBBELL
  • BOARD CERTIFIED IN APPELLATE PRACTICE

Education

  • UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA
    BACHELOR OF ARTS
  • STETSON UNIVERSITY
    DOCTOR OF JURISPRUDENCE

Memberships

  • ABA Council of Appellate Lawyers – Florida State Chair
  • American Bar Association (ABA)
  • Claims and Litigation Management Alliance (CLM)
  • Defense Research Institute (DRI)
  • Florida Defense Lawyers Association (FDLA), Chair of Women in Law
  • Hillsborough Association for Women Lawyers (HAWL)
  • Hillsborough County Bar Association (HCBA)

Courts

  • Florida Courts (Northern, Middle and Southern Districts)
  • Florida State Courts
  • United States Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals
  • United States Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals
  • United States Second Circuit Court of Appeals

Experiences

Hegel v. First Liberty Ins. Corp., 778 F.3d 1214, 1222 (11th Cir. 2015) (reversing summary judgment to policyholders based on improper definition of “structural damage” in claim for damages caused by sinkhole)

U.S. Fire Ins. Co. v. ADT Security Services, Inc., 134 So. 3d 477, 480 (2d DCA 2013) (reversing judgment on the pleadings granted to ADT in subrogation case where tort claim was independent of contract between the parties)

International House of Pancakes v. Robinson, 124 So. 3d 1004, 1007 (4th DCA 2013) (reversing order compelling production of IHOP’s “work product”)

Kim v. Hoseney, 545 Fed.Appx. 521, 522 (7th Cir. Ill. 2013) (ruling under Illinois law, expert witness was entitled to absolute immunity from liability for statements he made in patent infringement actions)

Chubb v. U.T. Investments, LLC, 113 So. 3d 1017, 1019 (5th DCA 2013) (reversing final judgment in favor of policyholder where unrebutted evidence established no additional payments were owed by insurer)

United Fire & Casualty Co. v. Whirlpool, 704 F.3d 1338, 1342-43 (11th Cir. 2013) (reversing district court’s exclusion of experts ‘ testimony under Daubert)

Wolfe v. Culpepper Constructors, Inc., 104 So. 3d 1132, 1135 (2d DCA 2012) (en banc)(ruling that proposal for settlement was not an invalid joint proposal)

Sunbelt Environmental, Inc. v. Gulf Coast Truck & Equipment Co., Inc., 82 So. 3d 1196, 1200 (1st DCA 2012) (reversing summary judgment granted to manufacturer and installer of tarping device on trucking company’s claims for strict products liability, breach of warranty and contribution towards a personal injury settlement)

Shelton v. Liberty Mutual Fire Ins. Co., 578 F. App’x 841 (11th Cir. 2014)

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Appellate Writs, Motion Practice and Sanctions Issues Under Florida and Texas Law

Board Certified Appellate Attorney, Carol Rooney, presents her second appellate webinar for 2020 – Appellate Writs, Motion Practice and Sanctions Issues Under Florida and Texas Law – on September 16, 2020 at 12:10 PM EST. Carol will cover appellate writs, appellate motion practice and appellate sanctions under Florida and Texas law.  Attendees will learn of the different kinds of appellate ...

Appellate Motion Practice And Sanctions Issues Under Florida And Texas Law

Board Certified Appellate Attorney, Carol Rooney, presented her second appellate webinar for 2020 – Appellate Motion Practice and Sanctions Issues Under Florida and Texas Law – on July 15, 2020 at 12:10 PM EST. Carol covered appellate writs, appellate motion practice and appellate sanctions under Florida and Texas law.  Attendees learned of the different kinds of appellate writs, and when to...

Carol Rooney For The ABA Council Of Appellate Lawyers

Please join us in congratulating Partner Carol Rooney for being chosen by the American Bar Association as the Florida State Chair for their Council of Appellate Lawyers. The Council of Appellate Lawyers (CAL) is the first and only national appellate bench-bar organization. CAL mission is to foster a dialogue among federal and state appellate lawyers and judges that will improve appellate advoca...

Summary Judgment Standard and Appellate Review under Florida and Texas Law (Podcast)

Board Certified Appellate Attorney, Carol Rooney, presented her first appellate webinar for 2020 – Summary Judgment Standard and Appellate Review Under Florida and Texas Law – on March 18, 2020.  Listen to the podcast version below!     This course focuses on summary judgments in the insurance litigation context.  Often, the way an insurance claim is investigated and documented duri...

Summary Judgment Standard and Appellate Review under Florida and Texas Law

Board Certified Appellate Attorney, Carol Rooney, presents her first appellate webinar for 2020 – Summary Judgment Standard and Appellate Review Under Florida and Texas Law – on March 18, 2020, at 12:10 PM EST. Don't miss it! This course focuses on summary judgments in the insurance litigation context.  Often, the way an insurance claim is investigated and documented during the claims adjust...

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New Appleman Florida Insurance Law (2020 Edition)

JOHN V. GARAFFA, SARAH R. BURKE, RYAN K. HILTON, JULIUS F. "RICK" PARKER III, JASON M. SEITZ, J. BLAKE HUNTER, CAROL M. ROONEY, JAMES MICHAEL SHAW, JR. The 2020 Edition of the New Appleman Florida Insurance Law is now available. This book was edited by Partner John Garaffa and co-authored by Partners Sarah Burke, Ryan Hilton, Julius "Rick" Parker III, Carol Rooney, Jason Seitz, James Michael Sh...

Recent Developments In Property Insurance Law

Recent Developments In Property Insurance Law...

All About Appellate – 2020 Webinar Series

Join Board Certified Appellate Attorney, Carol Rooney, as she presents her 2020 All About Appellate webinar series. Filled to the brim with recent case studies and helpful hints, Carol adds a dash of flair to each Webinar for 2020, making it a series you don't want to miss. Click Here to receive registration links straight to your inbox. ...

All About Appellate – Case Law Update: Texas and Florida Law

Board Certified Appellate Attorney, Carol Rooney, presents her fourth appellate podcast for 2019—Case Law Update: Texas and Florida Law Carol’s final webinar of the 2019 Appellate Webinar Series “All About Appellate” will provide attendees with an overview of significant rulings by Florida and Texas courts in 2019, including a discussion of recent trends and predictions for 2020. Listen ...

All About Appellate – Case Law Update: Texas and Florida Law

Board Certified Appellate Attorney, Carol Rooney, presents her fourth appellate webinar for 2019 – Case Law Update: Texas and Florida Law – on December 11, 2019, at 12:10 PM EST. Carol’s final webinar of the 2019 Appellate Webinar Series “All About Appellate” will be December 11 at 12:10 p.m. The Webinar is “2019 Significant Rulings, Trends and Case Law in Florida and Texas.” Carol ...

All About Appellate – Insurance Coverage & Declaratory Judgment Appellate Issues

Board Certified Appellate Attorney, Carol Rooney, presented her third appellate webinar for 2019 – Insurance Coverage & Declaratory Judgment Appellate Issues – on October 9, 2019, at 12:10 p.m. E.S.T. Practitioners and insurance professionals obtained a comprehensive overview of appellate issues pertinent to insurance coverage and declaratory judgment appeals. Interlocutory appeals, stays...

All About Appellate – Federal Appeals in Florida and Texas

Watch the presentation below.    Board Certified Appellate Attorney, Carol Rooney, presented the second part in her All About Appellate Webinar Series for 2019 – Federal Appeals (TX and FL Federal Appellate Circuits). If you missed the live webinar episode, have no fear! We’ve turned Carol’s Webinar into a Podcast that you can listen to on the go! Just press play or download at one...

All About Appellate – Federal Appeals (TX and FL Federal Appellate Circuits)

Join Board Certified Appellate Attorney, Carol Rooney, as she presents her second appellate webinar for 2019 – Federal Appeals (TX and FL Federal Appellate Circuits) – on June 12, 2019, at 12:00 p.m. E.S.T. Filled to the brim with recent case studies and helpful hints, Carol adds a dash of flair to each Webinar for 2019, making it a series you don't want to miss. Click Here to receive regis...

All About Appellate – Interlocutory Appeals, Cross-Appeals and Appellate Stays

Watch the webinar below. Carol Rooney presented her first appellate webinar for 2019—Interlocutory Appeals, Cross-Appeals and Appellate Stays – on March 13, 2019, at 12:10 p.m. E.S.T. Please note that CE/CLE Credit was not offered for this particular webinar as we updated our policies and procedures for offering credit and add additional jurisdictions. We anticipate offering CE/CLE cre...

All About Appellate – Interlocutory Appeals, Cross-Appeals And Appellate Stays

Carol Rooney presented her first appellate webinar for 2019 – Interlocutory Appeals, Cross-Appeals and Appellate Stays—on March 13, 2019 at 12:10 p.m. E.S.T. Please note that CE/CLE Credit was not offered for this particular webinar as we updated our policies and procedures for offering credit and add additional jurisdictions. We anticipate offering CE/CLE credit for the remainder of the 20...

All About Appellate – Interlocutory Appeals, Cross-Appeals and Appellate Stays

Carol Rooney presented her first appellate webinar for 2019 – Interlocutory Appeals, Cross-Appeals and Appellate Stays – on March 13, 2019, at 12:10 p.m. E.S.T. Please note that CE/CLE Credit was not offered for this particular webinar as we updated our policies and procedures for offering credit and add additional jurisdictions. We anticipate offering CE/CLE credit for the remainder of the...

Carol Rooney – Chair of Fdla’s Women in the Law Committee

In honor of International Women's Day, the Florida Defense Lawyers Association announced Carol Rooney as the committee chair for the Women in the Law Committee. Please join us in congratulating Carol for this announcement!...

All About Appellate – Webinar Series

Join Board Certified Appellate Attorney, Carol Rooney, as she presents her 2019 All About Appellate webinar series. Filled to the brim with recent case studies and helpful hints, Carol adds a dash of flair to each Webinar for 2019, making it a series you don't want to miss. Click Here to receive registration links straight to your inbox. ...

Carol Rooney 2019 Appellate Webinar Series

Please join Carol for the third year of her Appellate Webinar Series for lively discussion, practical and useful topics. Save the dates below and stay tuned for updates. MARCH 13, 2019 (12:10PM to 1:00pm E.S.T.) | Interlocutory Appeals, Cross-Appeals and Appellate Stays JUNE 12, 2019 (12:10PM to 1:00pm E.S.T.) | Federal Appeals (TX and FL Federal Appellate Circuits) SEPTEMBER 11, 2019 (12:1...

Webinar: 2018 Case Law Update

Board-certified appellate attorney, Carol Rooney, presented her last session of the 2018 Appellate Webinar Series on December 12th. Carol’s webinar reviewed recent decisions on important case laws in Florida and Texas. CE and CLE credits in Florida and Texas approved....

Appellate Issues at Trial – 2018 APPELLATE WEBINAR SERIES

Listen to Carol Rooney's third installment of the 2018 Appellate Webinar Series, “Appellate Issues at Trial.” Carol covered common appellate preservation issues that occur pre, during and post-trial under Florida and Texas law. This webinar provided attendees with an overview of the means and methods of ensuring that critical issues are preserved for appeal. Listen to the webinar below. ...

Appellate Issues at Trial – 2018 APPELLATE WEBINAR SERIES

Listen to Carol Rooney's third installment of the 2018 Appellate Webinar Series, “Appellate Issues at Trial.” Carol covered common appellate preservation issues that occur pre, during and post-trial under Florida and Texas law. This webinar provided attendees with an overview of the means and methods of ensuring that critical issues are preserved for appeal. ...

Diversity And Inclusion In The Courtroom And Beyond

Carol Rooney moderated "Diversity and Inclusion in the Courtroom and Beyond".  The panelists are Heather Brock, Kadisha Phelps, Jennifer Shoaf Richardson, and Nikki Lewis Simon discussed topics such as increasing diversity at the top, mentorship in the "Me Too" era, and rainmaking and diversity for future leaders. Join them on Friday, September 14, 2018, at the FDLA 2018 Annual Meeting....

Appellate Standards of Review – 2018 APPELLATE WEBINAR SERIES

Appellate Standards of Review Under Florida and Texas Law by Carol Rooney. This is the second webinar in her four-part 2018 Appellate Webinar Series. Watch the webinar below.       ...

Appellate Standards of Review – 2018 APPELLATE WEBINAR SERIES

Appellate Standards of Review Under Florida and Texas Law by Carol Rooney. This is the second webinar in her four-part 2018 Appellate Webinar Series. ...

Butler Partner Carol Rooney Will Be Presenting At The Floridas Paralegal Association

Partner Carol Rooney, Board Certified Specialist in Appellate Practice, will speak to Florida Paralegal Association members on Florida Appellate Law on May 1st, at the Tampa Club. Carol will discuss Florida’s appellate courts, appellate case filings and what paralegals need to know about appeals in Florida. ...

Attorney’s Fees and Taxable Cost – 2018 Appellate Webinar Series

Listen as Partner Carol Rooney presents “Attorney’s Fees and Taxable Costs”, her first webinar of the 2018 Appellate Webinar Series. This webinar will provide a comprehensive overview of the legal authority and procedures for recovering attorney’s fees and taxable costs under Florida and Texas law in the trial and appellate courts. Watch the webinar below.      ...

Attorney’s Fees and Taxable Cost – 2018 Appellate Webinar Series

Watch as Partner Carol Rooney presents “Attorney’s Fees and Taxable Costs”, her first webinar of the 2018 Appellate Webinar Series. This webinar will provide a comprehensive overview of the legal authority and procedures for recovering attorney’s fees and taxable costs under Florida and Texas law in the trial and appellate courts. Get it on Google Play | Available on the App Store ...

International Women’s Day

"LEADERSHIP IS ABOUT MAKING OTHERS BETTER AS A RESULT OF YOUR PRESENCE AND MAKING SURE THAT IMPACT LASTS IN YOUR ABSENCE." -SHERYL SANBERG (COO OF FACEBOOK) ...

Florida Case Law Update – Significant 2017 Cases and Trends

Join board-certified appellate attorney, Carol Rooney, for her final webinar of the 2017 Appellate Webinar Series at 12:10 p.m. EST on December 19th. Carol’s webinar will be a case law update covering recent decisions of import in Florida and Texas. Please join Carol for a lively and informative presentation on critical cases and developments in Florida and Texas law that you need to know. CE ...

The Art of Advocacy – Persuasive Writing and Oral Arguments Podcast

Carol Rooney's third webinar for the 2017 Appellate Webinar Series covered persuasive writing and oral advocacy which are essential skills for lawyers and claims professionals. This course will provide the tips and tools to improve your ability to draft cogent legal documents and present compelling oral arguments.  If you missed the webinar, you can catch up on all of the essential information y...

The Art of Advocacy – Persuasive Writing and Oral Arguments

Carol Rooney's third webinar for the 2017 Appellate Webinar Series covered persuasive writing and oral advocacy which are essential skills for lawyers and claims professionals. This course will provide the tips and tools to improve your ability to draft cogent legal documents and present compelling oral arguments.  If you missed the webinar, you can catch up on all of the essential information y...

Florida Insurance Litigation (2017 Edition)

LexisNexis Practice Guide: Florida Insurance Litigation provides the practitioner with immediate access to knowledge and strategy on every aspect of insurance practice in Florida. The publication concisely presents the terms, conditions and exclusions that govern coverage offered against the risks under each line of insurance. This approach provides a comprehensive exploration of key concepts, pol...

The Art of Advocacy – Persuasive Writing and Oral Arguments

Carol Rooney's third webinar for the 2017 Appellate Webinar Series covers persuasive writing and oral advocacy which are essential skills for lawyers and claims professionals. This course will provide the tips and tools to improve your ability to draft cogent legal documents and present compelling oral arguments. Continuing Education and Continuing Legal Education Credit are available for FL. ...

Extraordinary Writs: Certiorari, Prohibition and Mandamus

Extraordinary Writs: Certiorari, Prohibition and Mandamus. The ins and outs of appellate relief via an extraordinary writ covered by Carol in depth in this webinar. If you missed the webinar, you can catch up on all of the essential information you need to know regarding critical preservation issues downloadable on all devices. To listen to the Podcast click below: Get it on Google Play | Av...

Extraordinary Writs: Certiorari, Prohibition and Mandamus Carol M. Rooney

Extraordinary Writs: Certiorari, Prohibition and Mandamus. The ins and outs of appellate relief via an extraordinary writ will be covered by Carol in depth in her next webinar. Don’t miss it! Adjuster CE and Florida attorney CLE credits are pending. Click Here to Register...

Preserving Error For Appeal in Florida State Courts 2017 Podcast

Carol’s first webinar for the 2017 Appellate Webinar Series covered preserving error for appeal in Florida state courts. Don’t win the battle and lose the war because of an unpreserved error!  If you missed the webinar, you can catch up on all of the essential information you need to know regarding critical preservation issues downloadable on all devices. To listen to the Podcast click belo...

Preservation of Error

Carol’s first webinar for the 2017 Appellate Webinar Series will cover preserving error for appeal in Florida state courts. Don’t win the battle and lose the war because of an unpreserved error! Carol will provide the essential information you need to know and answer questions regarding critical preservation issues.  Please join Carol for an informative and interesting first webinar in the 2...

Free Dri Appellate Webcast Hosted At The Butler Tampa Office

Butler’s Appellate Group hosted  DRI’s Appellate Advocacy Committee’s first Free National Webcast and Networking Event which was held at 5:00 p.m. E.S.T. on Thursday, March 9 at Butler’s Tampa office: 400 N. Ashley Dr. Tampa, FL 33602  Located on the 5th floor...

Don’t Win The Battle And Lose The War: Preserving Error For Appeal (And Why You Need An Appellate Lawyer)

This article was originally published in the ABA Corporate Counsel Committee Newsletter, a publication by the American Bar Association, Fall/Winter, 2016. © Copyright 2016 by ABA. All rights reserved. Republished by Butler with permission from ABA. Introduction Errors will happen during litigation and at trial. They are simply inevitable. Many of them will be harmless. But when the error is ha...

Federal Appeals and the Eleventh Circuit – the Essentials You Need to Know

This webinar is the fourth of a four-part series presented by Carol M. Rooney in which she will provide useful and practical information on a variety of appellate issues. Each power-lunch session will last 30 minutes followed by live Q&A. Click Here to register!...

Carol Rooney Named Co-chair of the Fdla’s Women & Law Committee

Carol Rooney has officially been named Co-Chair of the Florida Defense Lawyers Association's Women and Law Committee. The FDLA was formed in April 1967 to represent the interests of Lawyers in private practice whose practice was primarily the defense of civil matters. Congratulations, Carol, on this achievement!...

Carol Rooney Hosting Appellate Costs Cle Teleconference

Litigating a case through trial and appeal can be very expensive for clients. Obtaining an award of appellate costs is a means to recoup some of those costs. However, an award of appellate costs is not automatic and requires some effort by the appellate practitioner. Carol Rooney, a Board Certified Appellate Specialist from Butler Weihmuller Katz & Craig, discussed how to obtain an award of ap...

Interlocutory Appeals and Extraordinary Writs – Obtaining Appellate Reviews Before Final Judgment

This webinar is the third of a four-part series presented by Carol M. Rooney in which she will provide useful and practical information on a variety of appellate issues. Each power-lunch session will last 30 minutes followed by live Q&A....

Carol Rooney & Ryan Garrett Win Summary Judgment in Medical Malpractice Action

Carol Rooney and Ryan Garrett's teamwork and tenacity has proved victorious in their medical malpractice case. Here is more information about the case that was recently covered in DRI's "The Voice". The Plaintiff asserted that her medical providers negligently prescribed a medication that caused a particular gastrointestinal disorder which required surgical intervention. In deposition, the plaint...

Appellate Motion Practice – What to File and When

This webinar is the second of a four-part series presented by Carol M. Rooney in which she will provide useful and practical information on a variety of appellate issues. Each power-lunch session will last 30 minutes followed by live Q&A....

Appellate Attorney’s Fees and Costs – Tips and Tools to Maximize Recovery

This webinar is the first of a four-part series presented by Carol M. Rooney in which she will provide useful and practical information on a variety of appellate issues. Each power-lunch session will last 30 minutes followed by live Q&A. ...

Don’t Win the Battle and Lose the War – An Appellate Tutorial on Preservation of Error

This webinar is designed to help claims professionals achieve finality when they resolve a claim. Preserving error in the trial court, by knowing and applying the basic rules of preservation of error, will help preserve your win on appeal. Butler Weihmuller Katz Craig LLP attorneys, Carol Rooney, a Board Certified Specialist in Appellate Practice, and Jared Krukar, a former Staff Attorney with the...

But At Least You Can Recover Your Costs, Right? A Practitioner’s Guide To Appellate Costs In Florida — The Good, The Bad, And The Money

This article was originally published in the Florida Bar Journal, © Copyright 2015. All rights reserved. Republished by Butler with permission. Litigating a case through trial and appeal is expensive. At the end of the day, your client has likely expended a significant sum on various litigation costs. If you lost at trial, but prevailed on appeal, can you recover your costs? What if you prevaile...

Congratulations to Carol Rooney on Being Recognized by the Florida Bar as a Board Certified Specialist in Appellate Practice.

Congratulations to Carol Rooney on being recognized by The Florida Bar as a Board Certified Specialist in Appellate Practice. Carol has practiced with Butler since 1998. She is a member of the Florida Bar and is admitted to practice in all state courts in Florida as well as the United States District Courts for the Southern, Middle, and Northern Districts of Florida and the United States Court...

The 2012 Women’s Leadership Forum: Paying It Forward And Paying It Back

"Inspiration to initiate improvement." That's what attendees can expect to take away from the CLM's  2012 Women's Leadership Forum. The 2012 Women's Leadership Forum...

Clm Florida Annual Meeting

Denise Anderson and Carol Rooney presented at CLM's Florida Annual Meeting. The panel presentation was on, "Managing Costs in Construction Defect Litigation."...

If At First You Don’t Succeed, Should You Try Again?

Note: Carol Rooney is a partner with Butler in Tampa, where she practices complex commercial litigation and related appeals. She began her career as a staff attorney to the Ninth Judicial Circuit. She obtained her bachelor's degree from the University of South Florida and her law degree from Stetson University. This column is submitted on behalf of the Appellate Practice Section, Matthew J. Con...

Recent Developments In Property Insurance Coverage Litigation

Tort Trial & Insurance Practice Law Journal (Winter 2011 • Volume 46:2).  Copyright © 2011 American Bar Association.  All Rights Reserved.  Reprinted by permission.  This information or any portion thereof may not be copied or disseminated in any form or by any means or downloaded or stored in an electronic database or retrieval system without the express written consent of the Ameri...

The Learned Intermediary Doctrine: An Update

This article was original published in Trial Advocate Quarterly, a publication of the Florida Defense Lawyers Association, Volume 30, Number 1, Winter 2010.  ©  Reprinted with permission....

Consequential Damages Under The Insurance Contract — The New “Bad Faith?”

This is one of a series of articles originally published in Mealey's Litigation Report: Insurance Bad Faith, Vol. 21, #28 (June 17, 2008). © 2008  [Editor's Note: Carol M. Rooney is a partner with the law firm of Butler Weihmuller Katz Craig LLP with offices in Charlotte, Miami, Mobile, Tallahassee, and Tampa. She is an experienced trial lawyer in the firm's Coverage and Extra-contractual Depar...

Florida’s Supreme Court Finally Brings Clarity To The Economic Loss Rule

This article was originally published in the Subrogator, a publication by the National Association of Subrogation Professionals, Spring/Summer 2005, Page 100. © Copyright 2005 by NASP. All rights reserved. Republished by Butler with permission from NASP.   After years of confusing and contradictory rulings, Florida's Supreme Court finally reigned in the scope of the Economic Loss Rule. In Ind...

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