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Florida Appeals Court Decisions: Week of May 8 - 12, 2023

U.S. Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals

Rossell v. VMSB - FRCP 41(a)(2) dismissal
Smith v. Williams - FRCP 41(a)(1) dismissal
EEOC v. Eberspaecher NA - administrative subpoena, enforcement
Graves v. Brandstar Studios - FMLA, ADA

Florida Supreme Court - Tallahassee

Fla Bar v. Bander - attorney discipline
In re Fla R GP&JA - amended rules

First District Court of Appeal - Tallahassee

KM v. DCF - parental rights, failure to prosecute
JM v. DCF - parental rights, failure to prosecute
MG v. DCF - parental rights, failure to prosecute
MW v. DCF - parental rights, failure to prosecute
Poole v. State - sentencing
White v. Discovery Comm’n - personal jurisdiction; defamation, CDA § 230
Garcia v. So Cleaning - independent contractor, nondelegable duties
Debose v. State - supplementing record on appeal, transcript
Hale v. Bd of Admin - retirement benefits, administrative review

Second District Court of Appeal - St. Petersburg

Halsey v. Hoffman - certiorari, medical presuit
Wells Fargo v. Neininger - foreclosure, fees, bankruptcy
Westpark Preserve HA v. Pulte Home - statute of repose
Davis v. State - bolstering
Fitness Int’l v. 93 FLRPT - Covid-19, real estate lease
Mt Hawley v. Russo - certiorari, stay, prior filed action
Armstrong v. State - postconviction relief

Third District Court of Appeal - Miami

Pet Supermarket v. Eldridge - class certification, standing, injury, dissent
Tarlo v. Metro Life - trial continuance
State v. Delancy - prohibition, mediation
Planas v. State - habeas, pro se filings 

Fourth District Court of Appeal - West Palm Beach

McGee v. State - restitution, reserved jurisdiction
Indian River Shores v. Vero Bch - municipal utilities, rates
Enrriquez v. State - sentencing
Palm Beach Post v. Aronberg - grand jury secrecy, §905.27
Personna v. State - briefing, record supplement, extensions of time
Grnja v. People’s Trust - insurance, appraisal, waiver, §627.7015
Wright v. Regions - default, motion to set aside, rule 1.500(b)
Abraham v. State - sentencing, cost orders
Republic Consumer Lending v. Townsend - partition

Fifth District Court of Appeal - Daytona Beach

Maloch v. Maloch - alimony calculation; concurrence, dissent
Shahid v. Miller - dismissal with prejudice, preservation; concurrence
McDermott v. State - child sexual battery, sexual predator designation

Sixth District Court of Appeal - Lakeland

Reese v. Reese - dissolution of marriage
Maya v. State - hearsay, closing argument objection
Lancheros v. Burke - negligence, causation
Progressive v. Simonmed Imaging - PIP, statutory construction
Hurt, III v. Johnson - monetary sanctions
Romero v. State - sentencing error

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