TALLAHASSEE – The Florida Supreme Court repealed two recent amendments to the body of rules of the Judicial Qualifications Commission (JQC), the state’s top judicial disciplinary agency.
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A failed distribution agreement has prompted a legal fight between two eyewear manufacturers.
Court dismisses Osceola County officer's suit claiming his social media postings were protected speech
ORLANDO – The U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Florida recently granted Osceola County Sheriff Russell Gibson’s motion for summary judgment in a suit filed by a department officer who claimed he was demoted because of comments he posted on social media.
A federal judge rejected a doctor's request to disqualify opposing counsel in a case over alleged retaliation by the Florida Department of Health.
The owner of a yacht will not immediately face a $230,000 judgment over a crew member's lawsuit, a federal judge ruled.
MIAMI -- The U.S. Third District Court of Appeal affirmed Aug. 8 that a lower court ruling asserting that a master condo association does not have the same responsibilities as a sub-association.
First Amendment does not protect efforts to change Miami-Dade public school to charter, appeals court rules
Dr. Alberto Fernandez and Henny Cristobol were both employed at the Neva King Cooper Educational Center, when they were disciplined for advocating in favor of charter schools, according to the claim.
An appeals court has reversed an order dictating that defendants in a lawsuit revolving around a contractual disagreement receive attorney’s fees and costs.
The city of West Palm Beach successfully appealed a ruling granting an environmental resource permit for a road extension near the Grassy Waters Preserve.
LAKELAND – Florida's Second District Court of Appeal recently affirmed a Pinellas County Circuit Court ruling dismissing an insurer's attempt to intervene in an ongoing lawsuit against a roofing company involving a worker's injury.
Lawsuit over psychiatric patient attack does not qualify as medical malpractice, appellate court rules
Jackson Memorial Hospital cannot dodge a negligence lawsuit brought by a man beaten at the hand of another patient.
Settlement between St. Mary's School of Medicine and former student not enforceable, appellate court rules
St. Mary’s School of Medicine successfully appealed the enforcement of a settlement agreement between the school and a former student, continuing a legal fight that has lasted for 14 years.
The 11th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals recently affirmed a decision by the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida to dismiss a suit filed by Florida taxicab companies against Miami-Dade County over taxicab medallions.
The 11th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals recently affirmed a district court ruling in a dispute regarding the registration of a domain name.
Court grants defendants' motion for sanctions and attorney's fees in multi-year dispute with Taverna Imports
Plaintiffs Mariela Fonesca, representing Taverna Imports, and David S. Harris, her counsel, are accused of lying in court.
Judge Kathleen Williams granted defendant NetJets Aviation's motion for summary judgment in a discrimination lawsuit filed by former employee Ameer Siddiqui.
A federal judge struck down Florida's ban on early voting sites on college campuses, calling the practice "discriminatory."