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Florida Appeals Court Decisions: Week of December 13 - 17, 2021

U.S. Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals

Vachon v. Travelers - remand order, appellate jurisdiction
US v. Fleury - overbreadth, sufficiency of evidence/indictment, jury instructions

Florida Supreme Court - Tallahassee

In re Fla R Civ P - amended form, sexual abuse cases
In re R Reg Fla Bar - amended rule, CLE quotas
In re Fla R Crim P - amended rule
In re Fla R Juv P - amended rule, competency
In re Fla R Crim P - amended rules

First District Court of Appeal - Tallahassee

Costa Del Mar v. Haney- settlement, dismissal efforts
Pflanz v. Pflanz - equitable distribution, alimony
ML v. DACS - confession of error
Byers v. State - sentencing
Glover v. State - sentencing
Dallas v. State - sentencing
Whittington v. Whittington - certiorari, discovery, personnel records

Second District Court of Appeal - Lakeland

Conrad v. Boat House - premises liability, duty to warn, obvious danger
Zeno v. State - sentencing
Foster v. Radulovich - certiorari, guardianship, counsel
Tidewater Preserve v. DOT - eminent domain, quick take
Stopa v. Cannon - attorney disqualification

Third District Court of Appeal - Miami

People's Trust v. Tosar - insurance, appraisal, repair right
Barton v. Andrews - § 57.105 sanctions
Moran v. Corcoran - administrative penalty
Young v. Moxey - void judgment, due process
Ash v. Ash - guardianship, appointment
Gill v. Parvez - eviction, rent, payment
Vulcan Equities v. Yarbrough - service of process, waiver
Buck v. Global Fidelity - venue, forum selection clause
Samoilova v. Loginov - rule 1.540, successor judge
PSHS Alpha Part v. State Farm - forum non conveniens, relief
Johnson v. State - postconviction relief
Cisneros v. Guinand - mandamus, duty to rule
Marshall v. State - sentencing

Fourth District Court of Appeal - West Palm Beach

Nationstar v. Faramarz - attorney's fees, foreclosure
Bankston v. State - amending information, prior bad act, costs
Speedway v. Cevallos - constructive notice, inference stacking
Shea v. State - probation, costs
Lacue v. State - postconviction relief
Matos v. State - prohibition, statute of limitations, process

Fifth District Court of Appeal - Daytona Beach

Fed Natl Ins v. Bocinsky - interest, § 627.70131(5)(a); lack of damages
Brinchek v. Sovereign Healthcare - workers' compensation, unrelated works
Bynoe v. State - postconviction relief
Lucas v. State - postconviction relief

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