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Jennifer Shoaf Richardson Discusses a Newly Proposed Florida Parental Leave Rule

Jennifer Shoaf Richardson discusses the Florida Supreme Court weighing a newly proposed rule that would create a presumption that pregnant lawyers should get three-month continuances in "Female Attorneys Fuming After Miami Lawyer Opposed a Pregnant Lead Attorney's Request for Continuance," published by Daily Business Review. 

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