U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Florida, Orlando Division
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Court settles jurisdiction dispute, for now, in breach of contract case between roofing, insurance companies
On July 1, the U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Florida’s Orlando Division denied Rising Star Roofing’s motion to remand a case back to state court in its lawsuit against an insurance company – but left open the possibility the case might be remanded anyway.
The U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Florida in the Orlando Division gave a company the green light to continue its extensive patent lawsuit on July 23.
- State Court
ORLANDO — A federal court has ruled that the plaintiffs in a breach of contract class action lawsuit whose cars were declared total losses by Geico Insurance are entitled to title and license plate transfer fees as part of the "actual cash value" replacement for their vehicles.
- State Court
Court dismisses civil rights claim against Walgreens, but allows whistleblower allegation to go forward
ORLANDO — Walgreens has been granted its motion to dismiss one of four counts filed by a former employee who alleges she was fired and denied family medical leave requests to care for her disabled son because she reported violations and issues taking place at the store.
- Federal Court
ORLANDO — A University of Central Florida adjunct professor and former JetBlue senior analyst has been denied an attempt to strike down a series of affirmative defenses in her suit against the airline, alleging she was fired because of her age and race.
ORLANDO (Florida Record) — An Ocala resident, four other men and the Bank of America were complicit in a $102 million Ponzi scheme over the past seven years, according to a putative class action lawsuit filed in federal court.
ORLANDO -- A Florida contractor was granted its request against a former partner, according to a May 7 opinion of the U.S. District Court in the Middle District of Florida Orlando Division.
ORLANDO – A sales representative for a Harley-Davidson shop alleges he was not paid the correct rate for overtime during his employment and has filed a class action.