The Supreme Court of Florida is to decide on the Board of Governors of The Florida Bar’s proposed Rule 2.570, which concerns whether “parental leave of the lead attorney in a case shall be granted if made within a reasonable time after learning the basis for the continuance unless substantial prejudice to the opposing party is shown.” The decision is due Friday, July 27, 2018.
The Supreme Court of Florida is to decide on the Board of Governors of The Florida Bar’s proposed Rule 2.570, which concerns whether “parental leave of the lead attorney in a case shall be granted if made within a reasonable time after learning the basis for the continuance unless substantial prejudice to the opposing party is shown.” The decision is due Friday, July 27, 2018. Antonio Guillem Getty Images/iStockphoto
The Supreme Court of Florida is to decide on the Board of Governors of The Florida Bar’s proposed Rule 2.570, which concerns whether “parental leave of the lead attorney in a case shall be granted if made within a reasonable time after learning the basis for the continuance unless substantial prejudice to the opposing party is shown.” The decision is due Friday, July 27, 2018. Antonio Guillem Getty Images/iStockphoto