Last month I posted that one of the important stories to watch in 2018 was going to be an $11 million antitrust lawsuit against the Florida Bar filed by an online service that helps people resolve claims related to driving tickets challenging the state of Florida's authority to regulate the practice of law.
In the most recent developlemtn in the case, the Florida Supreme Court has issued an order directing the company - TIKD - to file a response to the Florida Bar's allegations that TIKD is practicing law without a license, and to show cause why the court should not issue an injunction blocking its services.
In the meantime, a state senator presented an amendment to a bill that would allow TIKD to conduct its business but later withdrew it after lawyers raised concerns about whether the company was practicing law without a license.
Faughnan on Ethics has a comment here.
Thanks to Roy Simon for the updates!