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by Jocelyne A. Macelloni, Barakat + Bossa On April 29, 2021, the Florida Supreme Court adopted a new summary judgment standard. For those litigating in federal courts, the rule is nothing new; in fact, Rule 1.510 of the Florida Rules of Civil Procedure adopts most of its federal counterpart verbatim. The following overview provides 10...
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June 19, 2021 Chua v. Ekonomou, Case No. 20-12576 (11th Cir. 2021). The Barton Doctrine does not apply once a receivership ends, but judicial immunity still applies. Jain v. Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney PC, Case No. 3D20-886 (Fla. 3d DCA 2021). A party seeking to enforce an unconditional guaranty of a promissory note need not...
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By Michelle K. Suarez, Florida Entrepreneur Law In August of 2020, New York Attorney General Letitia James sued to dissolve the National Rifle Association, the infamous not for profit gun rights advocacy group, accusing the NRA’s CEO, Mr. Wayne LaPierre and other high-level executives of using NRA member funds for improper personal use, which Mr....
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By Dineen Pashoukos Wasylik, DPW Legal Prepare for Reentry We are now a little over a year into the COVID-19 pandemic crisis. With the end of the school year on the horizon and about 50% Floridians 16 and over vaccinated as of the first week of May, 2021, and more to come, many of us...
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Multidistrict Litigation by Kelly Hyman, The Hyman Law Firm What is Multidistrict Litigation? Multidistrict litigation (“MDL”) is a procedure utilized in the federal court system to transfer all pending civil cases concerning similar types of cases filed throughout the United States to one federal judge in order to efficiently process the cases. MDL’s can involve...
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January 2, 2021 January 9, 2021 January 16, 2021 January 23, 2021 January 30, 2021 January 25, 2021 Citizens Property Insurance Corporation v. Manor House, LLC, Case No. SC19-1394 (Fla. 2021). Consequential damages such as lost rent are typically not covered by insurance policies and are reached through a bad faith action under Florida Statute...
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