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Florida Appeals Court Decisions: Week of February 28 - March 4, 2022

U.S. Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals

Newbauer v. Carnival Corp - pleading, notice of risk, maritime law
Reiterman v. Abid - arbitration
Glynn Envtl Coalition v. Sea Island Acquisition - standing, injury in fact
Jenkins v. Nell - race discrimination, convincing mosaic test
Warrior Met Coal Mining v. United Mine Workers - arbitration

Florida Supreme Court - Tallahassee

In re R Reg Fla Bar - amended bar rules
In re Apportionment - legislative redistricting

First District Court of Appeal - Tallahassee

Brown v. Gulf Breeze - tax exemption
Alcon v. Collins - domestic violence injunction, standing
Spradley v. Citizens - insurance, duty to defend
Sanders v. Chaplin - guardianship, fees, certified conflict
Yacht & Racquet Club v. OIR - administrative appeal, standing
Huddleston v. Chaney St Place - eviction challenge
Crum v. FWCC - rule challenge
Mr Comfort v. DOR - administrative challenge, evidentiary hearing
Gosch v. State - pro se sanctions
CH v. DCF - failure to prosecute appeal

Second District Court of Appeal - Lakeland

Williams v. Fernandez - settlement proposal, excusable neglect
TA v. AS - paternity
Reyes v. Gonzalez - opinion withdrawn, settlement
Progressive Select v. Kagan Jugan - settlement proposal, good faith

Third District Court of Appeal - Miami

Hernandez v. CGI Windows - evidence, unsworn pleadings
ARP Acquisitions v. PHH Mort - foreclosure, reconsideration, jurisdiction
Impex Caribe v. Carl Levin PA - fees, multiplier
State v. Moore - Stand Your Ground
Scheckler v. Monroe Cnty - second-tier certiorari, voluntary payment, mootness
Shavarshyan v. Heavenly Spirits - standard of review, bench trial
Damas v. Rappleye - pro se continuance motion, marital dissolution trial
Miami Beach v. Clevelander - temporary injunction, noise limits, estoppel
Spivy v. State - sentencing
Nemani v. Sachmechi - fees, lack of transcript, Applegate affirmance
IT v. DCF - parental rights, termination
Pace v. State - sentencing
RR v. DCF - certiorari, dependency, hearsay, negative-implication canon

Fourth District Court of Appeal - West Palm Beach

Philip Morris v. Naugle - attorney's fees, Daubert, expert
Millien v. State - sentencing
Tita v. Tita - probate, LLC devise
Seith v. Seith - child support, timesharing
Blair v. State - sentencing
Whyte v. Whyte - durational alimony
Guibord v. Chopin - incapacity, guardian, mootness
Daniello v. Settle - child custody, changed circumstances

Fifth District Court of Appeal - Daytona Beach

State v. Boyd - sexual predator designation
Hipley v. State - postconviction relief
Voyles v. Glavin - probate, jurisdiction; fees, inequitable conduct doctrine
RS v. CPT - involuntary substance abuse treatment
Zimmershead v. State - postconviction relief
Hill v. DOR - lack of transcript
Universal Prop Ins v. Motie - insurance policy, material breach, directed verdict
Grillo v. State - postconviction relief
Knight v. Nordmann - lack of transcript
Lewis v. State - Spencer warning, pro se

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