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Florida Appeals Court Decisions: Week of June 21 - 25, 2021

U.S. Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals

Belcher Pharma v. Hospira - FDCA, Lanham Act
TOT Prop v. Comm’r Int Rev - tax deduction, deed, savings clause
Hamrick v. Partsfleet - arbitration, employment contracts
Akridge v. ALFA Mut Ins - discovery, depositions, corporate management
Fedance v. Harris - securities, FLiK, limitations, fraudulent concealment
Goodloe v. Royal Caribbean - wrongful death, choice of law, maritime
S Grande View v. Alabaster - eminent domain, evidence
USA v. Henry - sentencing

Florida Supreme Court - Tallahassee

Puzio v. State - sentencing, juveniles
Bargo v. State - capital case, direct appeal
WVMF Funding v. Palmero - foreclosure, mortgage/note conflict

First District Court of Appeal - Tallahassee

CH v. State - delinquency
King v. DOC - inmate trust lien
Boyd v. State - belated appeal
Love v. Young - en banc denial, gender identity discrimination
Finch v. Finch - contempt
Giddens v. State - evidence, inquiring about truthfulness
Jenkins v. State - scrivener’s error

Second District Court of Appeal - Lakeland

Petterson v. State - scrivener’s error
KW v. State - search and seizure
Freeman v. Rogers - failure to appear, virtual appearance efforts
SE Concrete v. West Surety - venue, venue selection clause
Ellerson v. Moriarty - legal malpractice, elements
Thompson v. State - pro se sanctions
Ross v. State - search and seizure
Waite v. Chapman - stalking injunction, mootness
Idelson v. Carmer - parenting plan

Third District Court of Appeal - Miami

Cole v. Citizens - insurable interest, standing, allegations
Crawley-Kitzman v. Hernandez - complaint, sufficiency
Sports Channel v. Tabib - personal jurisdiction, forum non conveniens
Hidalgo v. Citizens - certiorari, expert discovery
TV 109 v. Turnberry Village - arbitration, injunction
State Farm v. Central Therapy - summary judgment
Axen v. Cutler Manor - eviction
Kratos v. Direct Investments - certiorari, summary judgment, immediate execution
Dupree v. Dellmar - prohibition, county court jurisdiction

Fourth District Court of Appeal - West Palm Beach

RJR v. Kaplan - rehearing; closing argument; harmless error
Teets v. State - Richardson
Ellis v. US Bank Trust - foreclosure, attorney’s fees
Almarales v. State - closing argument, bolstering victim
Assoc in Family Practice v. Allstate - PIP, CPT codes, unbundled
State v. Stephenson - motion to vacate plea, time limit
State v. Emmanuel - speedy trial; pandemic; suspended time periods
Jenkins v. State - indirect criminal contempt, jurisdiction; dissent
Domino v. Nielsen - ratification, actual notice
Schmidt v. Schmidt - attorney’s fees, appeal, ripeness
Marquez v. Rivera - temporary injunction, stalking, continuation
Locke v. Whitehead - default judgment, motion to vacate, punitive damages
Allstate v. Katzell - PIP, reimbursement rate

Fifth District Court of Appeal - Daytona Beach

Similien v. State - sentencing error, written pronouncement
Safepoint Ins v. Hallet - summary judgment, insurance, waiver
Smith v. Fenton-Smith - dissolution, attorney’s fees
Moore v. Moore - dissolution, judgment, contempt
Cooper v. Cooper - dissolution, timesharing, parental responsibility
Peck v. Rosado - injunction, stalking; due process
LWT v. Schmidt - default judgment, vacate; small claims
Merino v. Powell - prohibition, disqualification

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