Florida Appeals Court Decisions: Week of December 21 - 23, 2020

Appellate & Trial Support   |   December 23, 2020
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U.S. Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals

Smith v. US Atty Gen - immigration, removal
USA v. Smith - ineffective assistance, ACCA, sentencing
US Federal Credit Union v. Gateway - bankruptcy, preliminary injunction
SCAD v. Sportswear - trademark, permanent injunction
Hubbard v. Bayer - product liability, failure to warn
Quintero v. Geico - insurance, maritime, uberrimae fidei

Florida Supreme Court - Tallahassee

No decisions this week.

First District Court of Appeal - Tallahassee

Securus Tech v. DOC - state agency, contract procurement
Aybar v. DOH - nursing license revocation
Swearingen v. Pretzer - temporary injunction, preservation, firearms records
State v. Barnhart - sentencing
DeSantis v. Fla Ed Ass'n - certiorari, state program challenges

Second District Court of Appeal - Lakeland

Cataldo v. Cataldo - appellate jurisdiction, fees without amount
Gardner v. State - sentencing
Herrell v. Univ Prop & Cas - settlement proposal, voluntary dismissal
Street v. Street - prejudgment interest on fees
Marsh v. State - attorney sanctions
Stone v. Suzuki - return of child, Hague Convention, UCCJEA

Third District Court of Appeal - Miami

Green v. State - sentencing, jury findings
Gursky Ragan v. Ass'n of Poinciana Villages - defamation, litigation privilege
Saunders v. Fla Peninsula Ins - coverage, faulty workmanship exclusion
Somerset Acad v. Miami-Dade Commr's - certiorari, zoning, charter school
Corrales v. Corrales - equitable distribution, alimony
Benavides v. Medina - summary judgment standard, wrongful death
Giller v. Grossman - probate, removing personal representative
AOH v. State - trespass in conveyance
AM v. DCF - certiorari, child visitation
Miami-Dade v. Miami - certiorari, mayoral veto, review
In re Miami Perfume - certiorari, attorney-client privilege post-assignment
Wurtzel v. State - probation violation
Open MRI v. United Auto - second-tier certiorari, standard
Bank of NY v. Abadia - certiorari, litigation privilege

Fourth District Court of Appeal - West Palm Beach

No decisions this week.

Fifth District Court of Appeal - Daytona Beach

No decisions this week.

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