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Dale Swope to Chair Florida Justice Association’s Civil Remedies Webinar

For the second time, Dale Swope, Managing Partner of Swope, Rodante P.A., has been chosen to chair Florida Justice Association’s Civil Remedies Webinar, which will be held on Friday, October 25, 2019. During the webinar, Mr. Swope and a panel of leading attorneys will discuss the topic of insurance bad faith and best practices to avoid critical errors in the drafting or service of a Civil Remedies Notice, which is a prerequisite to filing a statutory insurance bad faith action. Available to FJA members, the webinar is designed to improve participants’ knowledge of the CRN process and help them to avoid minor errors that could affect their clients’ ability to collect after successfully obtaining an excess verdict. The webinar will also cover the basics of CRN’s and bad faith in UM cases, the basics of CRN’s in property loss cases, advanced topics for CRN’s in UMBF cases and current and future breaking topics for CRN’s in property loss cases. Mr. Swope previously chaired the Florida Justice Association’s Drafting Civil Remedies Webinar in 2016.

Mr. Swope has been recognized by the National Trial Lawyers included among their Top 100 Civil Plaintiff Trial Lawyers, listed in ‘Best Lawyers in America’, and inducted into Florida Legal Elite’s Hall of Fame. Mr. Swope has co-authored chapters in three Florida Bar CLE manuals on the topic of insurance and bad faith law. He has also been a member of the Florida Justice Association for more than 30 years and served as the organization’s 58th President from 2017 to 2018.

The Florida Justice Association (FJA), formerly the Academy of Florida Trial Lawyers (AFTL), is both professional organization and advocacy group, the only statewide professional association devoted specifically to trial attorneys and their clients. The main objective of the FJA is to defend the rights of Florida’s citizens and consumers and protect their access to the civil justice system, which is guaranteed by the Constitution of the State of Florida and the Constitution of the United States. The FJA has a long history of successful advocacy on behalf of Florida’s citizens and its membership has grown to exceed 3,000 attorneys, committed to fighting for the rights of plaintiffs in insurance, personal injury, medical malpractice, products liability and other legal claims.

Dale Swope has dedicated his legal career to steadfastly protecting the rights of clients involved in catastrophic personal injury and insurance bad faith cases. To learn more about the upcoming 2019 Civil Remedies Webinar or to register, visit the FJA’s website here.