The U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Florida largely denied Kubota's attempt to quickly end a lawsuit brought by a dealer who accused the tractor and heavy equipment maker of interfering in their relationship with a customer.
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A Honduran woman has lost her case against Florida company Intergro over injuries sustained during a team-building rafting trip.
A U.S. District Court has granted motion for leave to conduct limited jurisdictional discovery in a case involving World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE).
A Miami federal judge has rejected requests by both sides to reject testimony from expert witnesses amid a lawsuit over a slip-and-fall suffered by a man aboard a Carnival cruise ship.
Preliminary injunction denied for two therapists seeking to perform 'sexual orientation therapy' on youth
The U.S. District Court for Southern Florida denied a motion for preliminary injunction that two therapists sought against ordinances preventing them from practicing sexual orientation and gender identity therapy on youth.
Florida residents in need of legal advice or help will benefit from an enhanced online referral website announced by the Florida Bar.
Plaintiff argued that defendant started up domains that were too similar to their own brand.
The Florida Bar has named Tori Simmons as its recipient of the 2019 Florida Bar Young Lawyers Division Pro Bono Service Award.
A Florida appeals court has overturned the decision of a lower court in a dispute between two brothers over their adult-orientated websites.
MIAMI – Florida's Third District Court of Appeal recently upheld a lower court's decision to deny a new trial in a wrongful death lawsuit against R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co.
A Florida appeals court has affirmed the decision of a lower court in a dispute over the condition of condominium units in Jacksonville.
TALLAHASSEE – The Florida Democratic Party (FDP) recently filed a complaint for emergency and injunctive and declaratory relief against Secretary of State Ken Detzner, claiming the legal requirement for voters to register by Oct. 9 is hindered due to Hurricane Michael.
Judge dismisses efforts to exclude several witnesses in suit alleging hip fracture during massage aboard cruise ship
MIAMI – A U.S. District Court recently paved the way for a trial in a personal injury complaint against Carnival Corporation by ruling on several motions regarding witness testimony in the case.
A federal court declined to throw out parts of two passengers' lawsuit against a Spanish airline.
A luxury retailer accuses dozens of websites of selling counterfeit goods over the internet.
A Florida employee of an industrial equipment supplier must contest his termination in Pennsylvania, a federal appeals court ruled.
A Florida resident must produce several documents related to his lawsuit alleging misappropriation of funds, a federal judge ruled.