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Citrus Canker

In early June, Florida Governor Rick Scott vetoed a $37.4 million appropriation to pay Broward and Lee County homeowners in a 16-year citrus canker litigation. The litigation has dragged on for nearly two decades, resulting from the Florida Department of Agriculture’s destruction of over 500,000 healthy, uninfected residential citrus trees under the failed citrus canker … Read More

Patrick McArdle leads Stetson Trial Team to regional win, advances to April's AAJ national competition

Patrick McArdle, a member of Grossman Roth Yaffa Cohen’s catastrophic-injury team, has applied his legal expertise to coaching Stetson University College of Law’s Trial Team. His team’s most recent victory occurred in early March, when they won the American Association for Justice’s (AAJ) regional qualifier in Miami. Patrick has gained substantial experience at Grossman Roth … Read More

Andy Yaffa's Medical Malpractice Case Featured in the Chicago Tribune

Stem cell treatment is a cutting-edge form of medicine that has already shown promise for treating severe ailments. However, much of the treatment’s applications remain unproven. Three women who received such treatments—two of which are represented by Grossman Roth Yaffa Cohen’s Andy Yaffa—went blind a day after they received stem cell injections in their eyes … Read More