Attorney Chris Carlyle, chair of the Appellate Practice Section of the Florida Bar, was recently quoted in an article in the Florida Bar News about his recent testimony before the House Judiciary Committee. The article states:
Christopher Carlyle, chair of the Bar’s Appellate Practice Section, said his executive council voted to unanimously oppose this proposal, as did the Bar’s Business Law Section.
“It doesn’t make sense to take experienced people who are doing their jobs, who have gained some expertise and knowledge and wisdom for a period of time, and arbitrarily get rid of them for no good reason,” Carlyle said.
“With experience comes consistency, and that’s what business lawyers will tell you is important to their clients.”
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