Gerry Rosenthal recently achieved another “high water mark” in his legal career. On October 2, 2015, he was honored with a Lifetime Achievement Award by the Workers Injury Law and Advocacy Group (WILG) during their national meeting in Chicago. The black tie affair was attended by over 230 people with an appearance by Congresswoman Tammy Duckworth. Having received among other honors in the past the Bud Adams Award and the David H. Levine Leadership Award, as well as being Workers’ Compensation Section Chair, a founding member and Chairman of Florida
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It is with great pleasure that we formally induct Ramon Malca into the FWA Hall of Fame. Born in Paris France, he was admitted to the Florida Bar in 1975. In addition to his myriad honors and accomplishments, he was the recipient of the prestigious W.L. “Bud” Adams Award for his outstanding service in advancing the philosophy and practice of the workers compensation system in 1992.
Ray was appointed to the Statewide Judicial Nominating Commission for Judges of Compensation claims from 1990-1994, and became one of the most influential voices in
Every time I go to the JCC’s office, I am asked the same question, “when is the Supreme Court going to decide Castellaños?” After so many requests for that information, I have finally settled on the answer for them and I will share that here as well. The answer is: Thursday. My answer is generally met with the follow up question, “this Thursday?” to which I respond “maybe” and watch the disappointment appear on the person’s face. The truth is I don’t know when the opinion will be released, but