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  • Florida Second DCA denies certiorari review of trial court’s order setting aside clerk’s entry of default
    Florida Second DCA denies certiorari review of trial court’s order setting aside clerk’s entry of default

    On February 20, 2019, in Hall v. Reynolds , No. 2D18-2948, the Florida Second DCA dismissed a certiorari petition by a plaintiff contesting a trial order which had granted a defendant’s motion to set ...

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  • Florida Fifth DCA rules that defense counsel’s law firm in personal injury case was required to disclose financial relationship with CME doctor over the last three years; certifies question to Florida Supreme Court whether Worley decision precluded such di
    Florida Fifth DCA rules that defense counsel’s law firm in personal injury case was required to disclose financial relationship with CME doctor over the last three years; certifies question to Florida Supreme Court whether Worley decision precluded such di

    On February 22, 2019, in Younkin v. Blackwelder , No. 5D18-3548, the Florida Fifth DCA denied a certiorari petition by a defendant in a personal injury case. The defendant sought to overturn a trial ...

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  • Florida Fifth DCA reverses trial court’s dismissal of plaintiffs’ professional negligence complaint against mortgage foreclosure defense attorney; concludes that complaint was ripe for litigation even though the full extent of plaintiffs’ losses had not ye
    Florida Fifth DCA reverses trial court’s dismissal of plaintiffs’ professional negligence complaint against mortgage foreclosure defense attorney; concludes that complaint was ripe for litigation even though the full extent of plaintiffs’ losses had not ye

    On February 22, 2019, in Rodriguez v. Otero , No. 5D17-3043, the Florida Fifth DCA reversed a trial court’s dismissal of the plaintiffs’ professional negligence complaint against their mortgage ...

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  • Florida Fourth DCA reverses trial court’s award of attorney’s fees to prevailing party on motion to compel discovery, finds that trial court applied wrong standard for award
    Florida Fourth DCA reverses trial court’s award of attorney’s fees to prevailing party on motion to compel discovery, finds that trial court applied wrong standard for award

    On February 20, 2019, in Federal Express Corporation v. Charria, No. 4D18-1154, the Florida Fourth DCA reversed a trial court order requiring the defendant to pay the plaintiff’s attorney’s fees under ...

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  • Florida Third DCA reverses trial court’s denial of defendants’ motion to dismiss on forum non conveniens grounds; remands for required analysis of Fla. R. Civ. P. 1.061)(a) factors
    Florida Third DCA reverses trial court’s denial of defendants’ motion to dismiss on forum non conveniens grounds; remands for required analysis of Fla. R. Civ. P. 1.061)(a) factors

    On February 20, 2019, in Vasallo Tome v. Herrera-Zenil , No. 3D18-1391, the Florida Third DCA reversed a trial court’s denial of the defendants’ motion to dismiss on forum non conveniens grounds. The ...

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  • Florida Third DCA reverses trial court order dismissing plaintiff’s complaint against broadcast news company for defamation/libel; finds that plaintiff’s pre-suit notice was sufficient under Fla. Stat. Section 770.01.
    Florida Third DCA reverses trial court order dismissing plaintiff’s complaint against broadcast news company for defamation/libel; finds that plaintiff’s pre-suit notice was sufficient under Fla. Stat. Section 770.01.

    On February 20, 2019, in Cousins v. Post-Newsweek Stations Florida, Inc ., et al, No. 3D17-2805, the Florida Third DCA reversed a trial court order dismissing the plaintiff’s complaint against a ...

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