We are pleased to congratulate Lou La Cava for being named by Best Lawyers® as 2019 Lawyer of the Year in the practice area of Medical Malpractice Law-Defendants for his expertise in this field. Lou has received the honor of being Best Lawyers “lawyer of the year” in two out of the last 3 years. Inclusion in Best Lawyers is based on a rigorous peer review survey of confidential evaluations by other top attorneys. Only one lawyer in each region can receive the lawyer of the year honor in any specific practice area.
Kari K. Jacobson has been certified by the Supreme Court of Florida as a Circuit Civil Mediator.
Florida Sheriffs Youth Ranches President Bill Frye and FSYR Board Chair Nassau County Sheriff Bill Leeper present Kari K. Jacobson with Lifetime Honorary Membership in the Florida Sheriffs Association due to her generosity and commitment to the Florida Sheriffs Youth Ranches.
Paralegal Juanita Serrano attended the Hillsborough County Bar Association event “Wills for Heroes”. TBPA paralegals have partnered with the Hillsborough County Bar Association, in conjunction with the national Wills for Heroes Foundation, to ensure the success of the Wills for Heroes program for Hillsborough County, Florida.
The Wills for Heroes programs provide essential legal documents free of charge to Hillsborough County’s first responders and their spouses or domestic partners, including wills, health care advance directives and durable powers of attorney.
Marci L. Strauss has joined La Cava & Jacobson’s Fort Lauderdale office as a partner with 27 years of medical malpractice defense experience.
Jonathan Ficarrotta, hosted a Premises Liability Presentation at St. Joseph’s Hospital.
Juanita Serrano, RP organized and managed the annual Paralegal Certification Conference. She also spoke on preparing for the exams during NFPA’s Annual Joint Conference in New York.
Joint conference includes 3 conferences for our members and focuses on leadership training, certification and paralegal regulation.
Daneil M. McAuliffe recently joined BayCare’s Faith Community Nursing (FCN) program. Faith Community Nursing (FCN) is a recognized specialty by the American Nurses Association. The goal is to facilitate an environment where good health can be sustained and enjoyed. Daneil spends at least 8 hours every month serving as a FCN nurse.
On October 20, 2017, Jonathan Ficarrotta spoke on the topic of premises liability for the Central Florida Chapter of the International Association for Healthcare Security and Safety.
Jason Azzarone lectured at a continuing legal education seminar presented by the National Business Institute entitled “Hearsay, Email, Business Records and Social Media – in the Trenches!” in Tampa, Florida. Mr. Azzarone spoke on the topic: How to Get Email, Social Media and Other ESI in – and Keep Theirs Out.