Riley Landy passes the Georgia BarMay 23, 2023
On February 21, 2023, Riley Landy took the Georgia Bar exam, so she could provider her legal services and expertise to her clients beyond Florida. On May 12, 2023, Riley was informed she passed the...
Joe Longfellow appointed to serve on the Florida Bar's Judicial Nominating Procedures CommitteeMay 15, 2023
On May 12, 2023, Joe Longfellow received notice that he was appointed by Florida Bar President-Elect Scott Westheimer to serve on the Florida Bar's Judicial Nominating Procedures Committee. His term...
Joe Longfellow participates in a panel on mentoring, which included Florida Supreme Court Justice Renatha FrancisMay 12, 2023
The Florida Bar's Student Education and Admission to the Bar Committee presented a CLE webinar on mentoring. The CLE included a panel of Florida Supreme Court Justice Renatha Francis, Joe...
Two More Summary Judgment Wins by ACKL Attorneys!December 12, 2022
Two of our attorneys, Craig Knox and Riley Landy, recently prevailed on summary judgment motions on behalf of one of our clients in two separate cases.
Another Dismissal with PrejudiceOctober 5, 2022
Joe Longfellow was able to secure a dismissal with prejudice following his client's deposition in a dog bite case without having to file any motions.
Riley Landy and Craig Knox obtain Summary Judgment for ClientSeptember 26, 2022
Riley Landy and Craig Knox recently moved for summary judgment in an employment law case involving the Florida Public Whistleblower's Statute.
Joe Longfellow recently appeared on the Courtroom Sciences podcast with Dr. Bill Kanasky, Jr.
Andrews, Crabtree, Knox and Longfellow, LLP is pleased to announce that Ramsey Revell and Riley Landy have been named 2022 Rising Stars by Florida Super Lawyers.
Congratulations to Joe Longfellow on becoming a member of the Federation of Defense & Corporate Counsel!January 25, 2022
On behalf of the firm, we congratulate Joe on this great accomplishment! We look forward to seeing the positive impact he will make as a member of the FDCC.
On December 4, 2021, the Court entered an order granting a Renewed Judgment as a Matter of Law after the jury returned an inconsistent verdict that entitled the deputy to qualified immunity.