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Judge dismisses lawsuit brought by 'God' over utility costs

By Kristin Emery | Apr 4, 2018

JACKSONVILLE -- A federal judge in Florida has thrown out a lawsuit pitting “God” against the power company. The judge for the U.S. District for the Middle District of Florida in Jacksonville dismissed the case in March saying the plaintiff’s complaint was deficient.

Federal judge to decide if court has jurisdiction in Victoria's Secret slip-and-fall case

By Karen Kidd | Mar 15, 2018

JACKSONVILLE (Florida Record) — A federal judge is mulling a Victoria's Secret request to take on the slip-and-fall case of a Clay County woman despite the judge's doubts that her court has jurisdiction enough to hear the case.

Case against Medicredit ruled as shotgun pleading

By Tomas Kassahun | Mar 4, 2018

JACKSONVILLE — The U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Florida, Jacksonville Division has ruled that Jonathon Russo vs. Medicredit Inc. falls under the category of a “shotgun pleading."

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