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Florida Appeals Court Decisions: Week of July 18 - 22, 2022

U.S. Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals

Coleman v. Hillsborough Cnty - sovereign immunity
Dacostagomez-Aguilar v. US Att’y Gen - removal
Jacob v. Mentor Worldwide - preemption
Kassa v. Fulton Cnty - prosecutorial immunity
MSP Recovery v. Metro Gen Ins Co - Medicare Secondary Payer Act
Otto v. City of Boca Raton - en banc denial, First Amendment, dissent
Auriga Polymers Inc v. PMCM2 LLC - bankruptcy, new value defense
SisterSong v. Gov. State of Ga - reproductive rights
Stansell v. Bello - Rule 60, damages
Tecnicas v. SSK - arbitration

Florida Supreme Court - Tallahassee

No decisions this week

First District Court of Appeal - Tallahassee

State v. Planned Parenthood - abortion, automatic stay, pass-through
Webster v. Tally Mem’l Healthcare - limitations, contract
Swift v. State - Stand Your Ground
US Bank v. Qadir - foreclosure, unclean hands
Barnett v. Hibiscus HA - real property, architectural review committee
Baptiste v. Sunrise Comm’y - workers’ compensation
Robinson v. State - mandamus, clear right
King v. State - ineffective assistance, appellate counsel

Second District Court of Appeal - Lakeland

No decisions this week.

Third District Court of Appeal - Miami

State v. Woodruff - postconviction relief
KM v. State - juvenile, remote testimony
Star v. Gables Ins - PIP coverage, summary judgment, affidavit, defenses
USAA v. Less Instit - PIP coverage, exhaustion of benefits
Farber v. State - sex offender registration
Water Restoration Guys v. Citizens - insurance, failure to comply
State v. Mayes - carrying concealed firearm
Miami Gardens v. N Miami Bch - water utility, charges, sovereign immunity
Passariello v. Bank of NY - foreclosure, conclusory affidavit
Navarro v. Varela - arbitration
Auto Club v. Santee - appraisal
Roberts v. Diaz - timesharing, lack of transcript
Malek v. Malek - arbitration
Becker v. Becker - service of process
NexusVC v. Hieg Part - certiorari, customer lists; prohibition, judicial disqualification
Horne v. State - summary affirmance
Mich Auto Sales v. 14004 NW 19th - prohibition, postjudgment pleadings amendment

Fourth District Court of Appeal - West Palm Beach

Perera v. Genovese - arbitration, scope of power
Massey v. Thomas - dismissal, administrative order

Fifth District Court of Appeal - Daytona Beach

USAA v. Mikrogiannakis - § 627.736(5)(c), PIP invoices
Harmon Parker v. Santek Mgmt - judgment, add party
Kidwell Grp v. Olympus Ins - § 627.7152, retroactivity
Baker v. State - withdraw plea, conflict-free counsel
Williams v. State - confession of error, competency hearing
Warren v. State - Spencer warning, pro se

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