Boca Raton-based Gladstone Law Group was not negligent and breached no duty to a drunken employee killed by a train after a work function, a state appellate court has ruled.

The Gladstone firm was sold and rebranded as Tromberg Law Group. It faced suit over an employee’s death, because relatives claimed the firm served alcohol during work hours and “encouraged employees to drink … to entice them to work additional hours and produce more work product.”

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