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Florida Appeals Court Decisions: Week of December 20 - 23, 2021

U.S. Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals

Romero v US Dep't Homeland Sec - jurisdiction, deportation
Fin Info Tech v IControl Sys USA - trade secrets, lost profits
US v Fla Agency for Health Care Admin - denial en banc review, ADA, dissent
Jane Doe v Choice Hotels Int'l - sex trafficking, concurrence

Florida Supreme Court - Tallahassee

In re Cert of Add'l Judges - appellate districts, additional judges

First District Court of Appeal - Tallahassee

Castro-Mendez v. State - preservation of error, hearsay objection
Chappell Schools v. DCF - administrative, child care designation, revocation, ALJ deference
Brown v. State - belated appeal
Boggs v. State - pro se sanctions
DeSantis v. Scott - mootness

Second District Court of Appeal - Lakeland

Rogers v. State - sentencing
Ballard v. Pritchard - homestead, devise, intestacy
Unifirst v. Joey's NY Pizza - arbitration, vacatur, appellate jurisdiction, certified conflict
Costello v. State - postconviction relief

Third District Court of Appeal - Miami

JPMorgan Chase v. Llovet - post-judgment discovery
Abdallah v. State - sexual battery; related civil lawsuit, evidence
Castillo v. Rodriguez - paternity
Vargas v. Dolphin Mall - slip and fall
Mignott v. Mignott - marital dissolution, child custody, relocation
Tolston v. Tolston - marital dissolution, guardian fees and costs
Lennar v. Martinique - homeowner's association, arbitration, defect claims
Rainbow Restor v. Citizens - summary judgment, affidavit, fact issue
Vasquez v. Nadra - rule 1.540, limited jurisdiction
Pro-Medics v. United Auto - insurance, coverage, co-insured
Mota v. Miami-Dade - rule 2.505, motion to withdraw, client notice
Milan v. Fanning - prohibition, judicial disqualification

Fourth District Court of Appeal - West Palm Beach

Penna v. State - Miranda, reinitiated conversation
Tendler v. Johnson - probate, validity of will
North Lauderdale Supermarket v. Puentes - slip and fall, jury instruction
Wilmington Savings v. Gulfstream - equitable lien, condo receivership fees
Fischer v. Fischer - attorney's fees, allocation; non-testifying expert costs
Sutton v. Fowler - stalking injunction, conduct not alleged
Bronstein v. Bronstein - probate, attorney's fees, benefit to trust
Lennox Nat'l Account Serv v. Claire - voluntary dismissal, costs
Keldie v. Dennstedt - attorney's fees, ripeness for appeal
Chatten v. Chatten - martial dissolution, distribution of property
Aquachile v. Williams - forum selection, Himalaya clause, non-party to contract

Fifth District Court of Appeal - Daytona Beach

No opinions this week.

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