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Florida Appeals Court Decisions: Week of May 31 - June 4, 2021

U.S. Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals

Sanchez-Castro v. US Atty Gen - asylum, removal
Horn v. Liberty Ins. - insurance coverage, invasion of privacy, dissent
Eres v. Progressive - insurance bad faith
Birmingham Min v. Ala Secy of State - denial of rehearing en banc, voting rights, dissent
US v. Stem Cell Clinic - FDA regulations
Huang v. Equifax - class settlement
Don't Look Media v. Fly Victor - personal jurisdiction, forum selection clause

Florida Supreme Court - Tallahassee

Allen v. State - capital case, direct appeal
Arch v. Kubicki Draper - insurance, duty to defend, malpractice
State v. JAR - public defender fees

First District Court of Appeal - Tallahassee

Earven v. State - ineffective assistance, appellate counsel
Drayton v. State - sentencing
Huggins v. Sigel - Daubert, timeliness, qualifications
Andrews v. State - sentencing
KF v. DCF - untimely appeal
Advanzeon v. DFS - insurance receivership, contract, health plan admin fees
Tally Med Ctr v. Kemp - slip and fall, evidence, directed verdict
Phillips v. State - probation violation
Ivey v. State - sentencing
Shores of Panama v. STO - trial court costs, dismissed defendant
Castle Key v. Wooden Fam Tr - insurance appraisal, waiver, more definite statement

Second District Court of Appeal - Lakeland

Medina v. State - community control
Mateo v. State - scrivener's error
EHW v. State - restitution
Dean v. Bevis - stalking injunction, right to bear arms
Spicer v. State - nolle prosequi
Tank Tech v. Valley Tank - equitable subrogation
Swaford v. State - probation revocation
Santoro v. - insurance, fees

Third District Court of Appeal - Miami

De Soleil Condo Assn v. De Soleil Assn - summary judgment, standing, jurisdiction
Holmes v. State - sufficiency, Miranda right
MLCA v. MLNHA - motion to dismiss, declaratory relief
State v. Jones - Richardson hearing, double jeopardy
Deshazior v. State - Faretta right
Montero v. Corzo - untimely witness disclosure, Binger factors
Orozco v. Rodriguez-Amadeo - parenting time, due process
Segal v. Forastero - summary judgment, piercing corporate veil
Lopez v. Frometa - certiorari, drug test, notice
Logreira v. Logreira - parenting plan, supplemental order, due process

Fourth District Court of Appeal - West Palm Beach

Franklin v. State - cost assessment
Point Conversions v. WPB Hotel Partners - patent, subject matter jurisdiction
Prentice v. State - cost assessment
Cohen v. US Bank - summary judgment, personal knowledge
Underwriters at Lloyd's v. Pierson - insurance, indemnification
Anchor P&C v. Trif - insurance, "concealment or fraud"
Dodge v. People's Trust - insurance, liability limit
S Broward Hosp v. Feldbaum - certiorari, credentialing, immunity
Lewis v. State - postconviction relief
State v. Shaul - investigative subpoena
Bethea v. State - domestic violence, stand your ground
High Def Mobile MRI v. State Farm - policy, endorsement

Fifth District Court of Appeal - Daytona Beach

Connell v. State- probation violation, due process
Manago v. State - rehearing, harmless error, Alleyne error
Smith v. Williams - contempt, visitation interference
Boyd v. State- Anders appeal, costs.
Ryan v. Community First- foreclosure, vacate, appellate jurisdiction
Dep Ins v. Pasco-Pinellas Community Sys - summary judgment, PIP benefits
Olson v. Eco Marine - judgment, recused judge, non-ministerial act

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