John Morgan was featured on an episode of Central Florida News 13’s “The Agenda,” which aired on Sunday, Jan. 23. Mr. Morgan, along with fellow attorney Frank Kruppenbacher, debated the Health Care Reform Act, specifically the House Republican vote to repeal the bill. The episode can be viewed anytime on News 13 on Demand, Channel 313.
“The Agenda” is hosted by political reporter Scott Harris and airs every Sunday at 1:30 and 7:30 p.m. The political program features Florida’s top citizens and politicians who discuss important issues with the
An immigration lawyer for Jacksonville Area Legal Aid (JALA), Kara Roberts was facing a lay off due to state budget cuts. JALA was burdened with a $30,000 deficit and although Ms. Roberts’ fundraising efforts raised some money, the law firm for low-income individuals was struggling to keep her employed.
Morgan and Morgan caught word of the fundraising campaign, dubbed the “Save Kara Project”, and decided to intervene. At Ms. Roberts’ office, Morgan and Morgan attorney Mike Marrese handed JALA a check for $30,000, enough to keep Ms. Roberts’
Morgan and Morgan is pleased to announce that former Florida governor Charlie Crist will be joining the law firm. Mr. Crist, who was an attorney before entering politics, will be working primarily in the firm’s class action department.
During his final week in office, Mr. Crist revealed that he wanted to return to the legal field, and as of Friday, January 7, announced that he would be joining Morgan and Morgan. Mr. Crist, who ran as the “people’s governor” in 2006, called the transition “natural”, as Morgan and Morgan has dedicated its practice t
Evenflo Co. Inc. has issued a recall of certain Maestro Combination Booster Seats. Although there have been no incidents or injuries reported for booster seats already sold, a crack has developed in some tests simulating a frontal, high-impact collision. The company first recognized the issue in a test in late September.
The Evenflo recall affects nearly 14,000 booster seats manufactured between Nov. 24 2009 and April 9, 2010 which include model numbers starting with “310”. Unsold seats involved in the recall will be taken off the shelves, and the company will send a not