Florida Appeals Court Decisions: Week of February 19 - 23, 2018

Appellate & Trial Support   |   February 19, 2018
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U.S. Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals

Lloyd's v. Expeditors Korea - insurance, treaty 
US v. Deshazior - sentencing, ACCA 
Cintron v. US - immigration 
Bowen v. Manheim Remarketing - Equal Pay Act, Title VII 
US v. Joyner - felon possessing firearm, ACCA 
Levy v. US - rehearing, immigration

Florida Supreme Court – Tallahassee

Fla Bar v. Ratiner - attorney discipline 
Wall v. State - capital case, direct appeal 
Guzman v. State - capital case, direct appeal 
Williams v. State - juvenile sentencing

First District Court of Appeal – Tallahassee

Knight v. State - waiving jury instruction error; certified question, conflict 
Schramm v. State - double jeopardy 
Jackson v. State - search and seizure, sentencing 
Brown v. State - standard jury instructions, criminal 
Ivey v. State - jury selection, waiver, certified question 
Cummings v. State - search and seizure 
Barlow v. State - sentencing 
Hernandez v. Hialeah Solid Waste - workers’ compensation 
Siegmeister v. Johnson - public records 
Welch v. State - habeas corpus, venue 
Kerr v. Second Circuit - mandamus 
FHP v. Jackson - sovereign immunity, certified question 
Eberhart v. Eberhart - marital settlement agreement 
Paradise v. Neptune Fish - workers’ compensation 
Ring Power v. Murphy - workers’ compensation 
Brooks v. Brooks - certiorari, mental health records 
State v. Lantz - voluntary statements 
Bigham v. State - sentencing

Second District Court of Appeal – Lakeland

Lucas v. State - sentencing, certified conflict 
Asset Mgmt v. Assets Recovery - breach of contract, damages 
Gonzalez v. State - mandamus, public records 
Stump v. State - sentencing, jurisdiction

Third District Court of Appeal – Miami

Hines & Long v. New Urban Pine Rd - foreclosure, standing, lost note 
Liork v. BH 150 2nd Ave - contract, mutuality, liquidated damages 
Castillo v. Costco - proposal for settlement, rule 1.442 
Schlesinger v. Jacob - guardianship, fees, costs 
Coconut Grove Acq v. S&C Venture - foreclosure 
Key Biscayne Gateway v. Key Biscayne - § 57.105, sanctions 
Marin v. Infinity Auto Ins - settlement enforcement 
IL v. State - delinquency 
Del Pino Allen v. Santelises - defamation, immunity 
MZ v. Carnival - forum selection clause 
Carbonell v. WVUE - foreclosure, debt amount 
Arceri v. State - certiorari, Stand Your Ground

Fourth District Court of Appeal – West Palm Beach

Scotsman v. State - Miranda 
Harrington v. State - probating violation; sentencing 
Panaro v. State - competency; stipulation 
Mack v. Repole - appellate jurisdiction 
Noel v. State - sentencing 
Shelswell v. Bourdeau - appellate jurisdiction; preservation 
Clayton v. Poggendorf - enforcement; settlement agreement; agency

Fifth District Court of Appeal – Daytona Beach

Wilmington Trust v. Moon - foreclosure, standing 
Perez v. Perez - equitable distribution 
Stufft v. Stufft - equitable distribution, support 
Doyle v. State - double jeopardy 
Dyck-O’Neal v. Germany - deficiency judgment, limitations 
Hicks v. Am Integrity - insurance, seepage exclusion 
Pitcher v. Schneider - paternity, lack of transcript 
Moore v. Estate of Albee - § 57.105, sanctions

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