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Leinberger and Foreman v. Magee, 42 Fla. L. Weekly D1852c (4th DCA, Aug. 23, 2017)

In Leinberger, petitioner sought review of a trial court order granting respondent’s motion for leave to claim punitive damages. In quashing the trial court’s order, the Fourth DCA concluded that the trial court failed to comport with the ...

R.J. Reynolds v. Enochs - Jury Selection - Peremptory Challenges and Race and Gender Neutral Explanations

In the R.J. Reynolds v. Enochs case, R.J. Reynolds and Phillip Morris appealed the final judgment entered in favor of the Plaintiff. The appellate court addressed the Defendants’ argument that the trial court erred by failing to engage in the ...

Westerbeke Corporation v. Michael Atherton, et. al., 42 Fla. L. Weekly D1741c, (2d DCA, Aug. 9, 2017)

In Westerbeke, the Second District Court of Appeal held that the trial court departed from essential requirements of law when it applied the incorrect law on appellant’s motion to compel the disassembly of a piece of a gas generator involved in ...

Rasinski v. McCoy, 42 Fla. L. Weekly D1711a (5th DCA, Aug. 4, 2017)

Holding: The 5 th DCA held that the trial court abused its discretion in denying defendant’s motion for remittitur or new trial, and erred in denying a set-off amount for which the plaintiff’s healthcare provider released its lien and ...

Gina Marie Bove, as Personal Representative v. Naples HMA, LLC, Case No. 2D15-1680 (2nd DCA)

In Bove, the Second District ruled that the plaintiff’s medical malpractice complaint was untimely filed under the applicable statute of limitations period. The case arose after the plaintiff’s husband died on February 26, 2012 following ...

R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Co. v. Kathleen Gafney, as Personal Representative, Case No. 4D13-4358 (4thDCA)

In Gafney, the Fourth District reversed a judgment entered in favor of the plaintiff in a tobacco wrongful death suit based on improper closing argument. Specifically, the Fourth District found that the plaintiff made improper send a message ...

Stephanie De La Torre, et al. v. Flanigan’s Enterprises, Inc., Case No. 4D15-195 (4th DCA)

In De La Torre, the plaintiff appealed the trial court’s dismissal of the case under Fla. Stat. 768.125, which insulates businesses from liability for damages caused by intoxicated patrons. The case arose after an intoxicated patron left the ...

Donald Emmons v. Thomas Wayne Akers, II, et al., Case No. 1D14-4625 (1st DCA)

In Emmons, the trial court found that the amount awarded by the jury in the personal injury action was inadequate, and therefore, granted the plaintiff’s motion for additur. The defendant refused to agree to the additur, and thus, the trial ...

Caridad Miyiriam Dominguez v. Publix Super Market, Inc., Case No. 3D14-2212 (3rd DCA)

In Dominguez, the Third District reversed the trial court’s order denying Publix’s motion for judgment in accordance with its motion for directed verdict. The plaintiff suffered injuries when she slipped and fell on detergent that had ...

City of Miami v. Facunda S. Navarro, Case No. 3D14-3038 (3rd DCA)

In Navarro, the Third District reversed a judgment entered in favor of the plaintiff and against the City of Miami following a jury trial. The case arose after the plaintiff tripped and fell over a raised brick while walking on a brick-paved sidewalk ...
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