Carrie Bradon News

Attorney says alleged talk of 'rape and pillage' by football coach contributed to sexual assault against minor at Windermere Prep

By Carrie Bradon | Nov 10, 2018

A lawsuit is being filed against Windermere Preparatory School in Orlando after a father alleged that his son was inappropriately touched and assaulted by members of the school's football team.

Police shooting victim continues to seek millions

By Carrie Bradon | Nov 9, 2018

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. -- A West Palm Beach man is seeking millions of dollars after he was shot in 2013 by a deputy who mistook a cellphone for a gun, causing the man to be paralyzed.

League of Women Voters, Common Cause target governor's Supreme Court process

By Carrie Bradon | Nov 9, 2018

TALLAHASSEE -- The League of Women Voters of Florida and Common Cause have filed a lawsuit against Gov. Rick Scott (R) over the selection of Florida Supreme Court justices.

Florida suit claiming Tesla's autopilot function is flawed raises several questions, attorney says

By Carrie Bradon | Nov 8, 2018

A lawsuit recently filed by a Florida man against Tesla claiming that the autopilot feature on a Model S malfunctioned and caused him to have an accident raises questions about where the fault truly lies.

Daniel Gerber, Orlando attorney, calls Florida lawsuit climate costly

By Carrie Bradon | Nov 8, 2018

According to a recent report published by the Perryman Group, Florida's lawsuit climate is incredibly poor, and it is costing t​​​​​he state billions in funding and thousands in jobs on a yearly basis — problems that likely require reform soon if they are to be solved in the future.

City of Clermont challenged on its ownership of Victory Pointe

By Carrie Bradon | Nov 8, 2018

The City of Clermont has been served with a lawsuit that challenges its ownership of Victory Pointe, a project that comprises a stormwater treatment system, a passive park and an event venue.

Court clerks claim state limitations on courthouse budgets created more problems

By Carrie Bradon | Nov 5, 2018

Three clerks of court have sued the state Revenue and Fiscal Services departments for what they claim to be an unconstitutional state law that has allowed the State Revenue Estimating Conference to limit the amount of court users' fees that go to the courthouses with the remainder going to the state.

Coral Gables' use of license plate readers goes against Constitution, New Civil Liberties Alliance attorney says

By Carrie Bradon | Nov 1, 2018

Coral Gables resident Raul Mas Canosa is suing the city and the state in a complaint that alleges he has been followed for years through the use of the state's license plate readers, and his attorney believes his client's constitutional rights have been violated.

Gender discrimination case against Tampa Harley dealership may be hard to prove, Miami attorney says

By Carrie Bradon | Oct 29, 2018

TAMPA – A former female employee accusing a Harley-Davidson dealership in Tampa of gender discrimination faces an uphill battle to prove her case, a Miami-based attorney recently said.

Couple that breeds toucans sues Orange County after long process with courts

By Carrie Bradon | Oct 26, 2018

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. -- A couple is pursing a lawsuit against Orange County and local officials after they allege their bird farming business was a considered a zoning violation in the county code, following a complaint from a neighbor.

Bondi, mortgage company reach settlement regarding misrepresentation of disaster forbearance plan

By Carrie Bradon | Oct 8, 2018

TALLAHASSEE – Attorney General Pam Bondi recently announced a settlement with one of the largest non-bank residential mortgage providers in the country that allegedly engaged in misconduct regarding a mortgage forbearance plan in the wake of Hurricane Irma in 2017.

Southern University sues for $2,455 plus interest

By Carrie Bradon | Aug 18, 2018

NEW ORLEANS – A university is seeking nearly $2,500 in sums due.

Consumer attorney: Senior scams in state 'more prevalent' and 'more sophisticated'

By Carrie Bradon | Aug 14, 2018

TALLAHASSEE – Experts say that scams that target elderly residents of Florida have become more frequent in recent years.

Florida residents with felony convictions seek return of voting rights

By Carrie Bradon | Aug 9, 2018

TALLAHASSEE – After felons in Florida have served their time, they are prohibited from voting in elections and their only hope to have the right restored is to seek clemency from the governor, a process that some view as unfair and antiquated.

Florida adopts Delaware's standard for disclosure-only settlements in Quality Distribution merger case

By Carrie Bradon | Aug 9, 2018

LAKELAND – Following a complicated history of lawsuits, Florida has adopted Delaware's standard for reviewing disclosure-only settlements, which may prove to be helpful as it could limit merger objection litigation.

Attorney: Price gouging seen during Hurricane Irma 'very common'

By Carrie Bradon | Aug 9, 2018

TALLAHASSEE – Following Hurricane Irma, some companies are alleged to have illegally inflated prices of items that are non-negotiable when it comes to preparing for a massive storm.

Florida Education Association files suit against state legislature over allegedly 'unfair' union law

By Carrie Bradon | Jul 17, 2018

TALLAHASSEE – The Florida Education Association (FEA) has filed a lawsuit against the Florida Legislature over allegations that new legislation in regards to teachers unions is not fair.

Florida and Georgia await special master's decision regarding water rights to the Chatahoochee River

By Carrie Bradon | Jul 10, 2018

TALLAHASSEE – Following a 30-year dispute between the states of Florida and Georgia over whether or not Georgia should have to cap its consumption of water from the Chattahoochee River, Florida is getting another chance at reclaiming its rights to the water.

Lawsuit claims UCF fraternity members posted sexual content online without consent

By Carrie Bradon | Jun 26, 2018

ORLANDO – A fraternity from the University of Central Florida is being sued after the members allegedly posted videos of naked women to a secret Facebook page without the women's knowledge or consent.

Florida residents facing lawsuits after requesting public records from government entities

By Carrie Bradon | Jun 21, 2018

TALLAHASSEE – Public records, which are supposed to be easily accessible to residents of Florida, are now becoming more challenging to acquire due to action that some state governments are taking that threatens individuals with lawsuits when seeking public records.

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