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GOLDLAW recognizes Susan B. Anthony and Amelia Earhart as part of Women’s History Month

Women’s History Month History is replete with extraordinary women who defied societal expectations, broke down barriers, and carved their own paths. From the realm of activism to the domains of exploration and aviation, two female titans stand out: Susan B. Anthony and Amelia Earhart. Antony, a relentless advocate for women’s suffrage, fought for the…

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Celebrating International Women’s Day: A History of Process and a Call to Action

International Women’s Day March 8th marks International Women’s Day, a global celebration that honors the social, economic, cultural, and political achievements of women worldwide. It’s also a powerful reminder of the ongoing fight for gender equity. This day has a rich history rooted in the labor movements of the early 20th century. Here’s a…

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Family of Murder Victim at Lake Mangonia Apartments may have legal case against complex Ownership/Management

Legal case against complex Ownership On February 21, 2024, 19-year-old Jeanarium St. Fort was shot and killed at the Lake Mangonia Apartments on North Australian Avenue in West Palm Beach. Two men are now facing first degree murder charges. Police have arrested West Palm Beach residents Terneal Smith and Damario Jones in connection to…

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GOLDLAW Celebrates Women’s History Month

Join GOLDLAW in celebrating Women’s History Month! Women’s History Month is a celebration that recognizes the contributions of women to events in history and contemporary society. It is celebrated in March in the United States, the United Kingdom, and Australia, coinciding with International Women’s Day on March 8. Women’s History Month Origins The origins…

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Lawsuit Against Disney Highlights Food Allergies

A family’s dream vacation to Disney World turned into unspeakable tragedy when Dr. Kanokporn “Amy” Tangsuan died following a severe allergic reaction after dining at a restaurant at Disney Springs. Her husband, Jeffrey Piccolo, is now suing Walt Disney Parks and Resorts and the restaurant, alleging staff negligence in failing to protect a diner…

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An Overview of Standard of Care in Florida

If you have ever wondered if there was a guiding standard for medical treatment, you are not alone. Though most people will never have to dive into this particular topic, the reality is that the standard of medical care is critically important for individuals who sustain injuries or illness due to the negligent actions…

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Jeff Kirby publishes article about Slip and Falls in Daily Business Review

Slip and Falls in Daily Business Review GOLDLAW is proud to recognize Litigation Attorney Jeff Kirby, for his recent publication in the Daily Business Review. His article, “Slip and Falls: What You Need to Know,” takes a comprehensive look at what a victim needs to do after suffering a slip and fall injury. The…

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Man shot at Belle Glade Convenience Store. Did Negligent Security Play a Role?

Negligent Security at Belle Glade Convenience Store? A yet to be identified man died after being shot at a convenience store in Belle Glade, according to the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Department. The shooting occurred shortly before 5:00pm on Thursday, February 22, at the 4th Street Store, located on the 300 block of Dr….

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Black History Month: A look at the impacts made by Ketjani Brown Jackson and John Mercer Langston

Black History Month In our final Black History Month tribute, GOLDLAW is recognizing the careers and achievements of two more African American legal trailblazers, current United States Supreme Court Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson, and John Mercer Langston, a pioneering legal leader. Ketanji Brown Jackson The daughter of a lawyer and educator, Ketanji Brown Jackson…

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From VAWA to JVTA: The Power of Federal Anti-Assault and Trafficking Laws

Federal Anti-Assault and Trafficking Laws In recent years, the United States has seen significant legislative efforts aimed at combating sexual assault, sex trafficking, and related forms of violence and exploitation. These efforts have included the enactment and reauthorization of several key federal laws. Notable among these are the Violence Against Women Reauthorization Act (VAWA),…

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