Robert Scott Palmer - Membership information with The Florida Bar - Find more information about Robert Scott Palmer on The Florida Bar website including the attorney's bar license status, eligibility status and ten year discipline history, if any. Check the Florida bar website to make sure the attorney is a member in good standing with the Florida Bar and currently licensed to practice law in Florida.
Florida Bar Board Certification in Antitrust and Trade Regulation Law - Florida's board specialty certification program defines the term "antitrust and trade regulation law" as the practice of law "dealing with anti-competitive conduct or structure that may reduce consumer welfare in the United States."
Lawyers certified in Antitrust and Trade Regulation Law by the Florida Board of Legal Specialization must meet minimum standards for antitrust and trade regulation law certification, provided in Rule 6-22.3, include: substantial involvement in the specialty of antitrust and trade regulation law, handling of at least 8 matters that substantially involved antitrust or trade regulation law, handling of at least 8 contested matters (50% or more) involving antitrust or trade regulation law, 50 hours of approved antitrust and trade regulation law certification continuing legal education. Attorneys also submit to peer review; and a written examination.
Under Rule 6-22.2, the definition of antitrust law also includes "deceptive, unfair, or unconscionable acts or practices, and unfair methods of competition under the Federal Trade Commission Act and Florida's Deceptive and Unfair Trade Practices Act."
Antitrust laws also involve "price fixes, limitations on production, division of markets, boycotts, attempts to monopolize and monopolization, tying of products, covenants to restrain trade, exclusive dealing contracts, price discrimination, and other exclusionary, predatory, or economically discriminatory activities."
Rule 6-22.2 provides that "trade regulation law" covers the substantive area of law dealing with "deceptive, unfair, or unconscionable acts or practices, and unfair methods of competition under the Federal Trade Commission Act and Florida's Deceptive and Unfair Trade Practices Act."