FORT MYERS. Fla -- A motion to dismiss a case over an alleged defrauding of a member of a property owners’ association’s home was denied in part and granted in part by District Judge Sherri Polster Chappell in U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Florida Fort Myers Division.
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A St. Johns County couple is suing the manufacturer of surgery products for allegedly implanting defective devices.
FORT MYERS - The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission has filed a motion to restrain and enjoin defendants accused of violating federal securities laws.
TAMPA — A Polk County motorcyclist has filed a lawsuit against the United States Postal Service (USPS) for the injuries he sustained as a result of an automobile accident in Lakeland.
ORLANDO — A federal judge has denied a motion for class certification in a dispute between an Orlando man and a property management company, saying that the plaintiff failed to identify a relevant common question.
FORT MYERS — A federal judge has overturned an appeals court decision issued by the Commissioner of the Social Security Administration denying a Florida woman’s request for supplemental insurance benefits.
ORLANDO — Judge Roy Dalton of the U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Florida has remanded a bad faith insurance case back to the 9th Circuit Court of Florida.
FORT MYERS — A federal judge has denied a host of motions in a contentious case in which allegations of copyright violations are mixed with claims of fictitious military service.
TAMPA – A California woman and a Maryland man have filed a class action against a Tampa-based business over allegations that they did not receive overtime pay.
ORLANDO — A federal judge has denied a request by Verizon Communications and Verizon Florida to issue sanctions against a Florida woman who claimed the company violated debt collection and credit reporting laws.
ORLANDO – A Lutz man alleges he was harassed by calls from a debt collector in its attempts to reach a family member.
TAMPA — A U.S. district court has issued an order denying a motion for dismissal in favor of Tampa-area brothers who filed an insurance claim following a fire in a building they owned.
TAMPA — A U.S. district judge has denied motions by both the plaintiffs and defendants in a Florida woman’s bad faith lawsuit against an automobile insurer.
TAMPA – A Pasco County, motor vehicle driver is suing an insurance company, citing alleged breach of contract by refusing to pay automobile insurance benefits.
JACKSONVILLE – A Cape Coral consumer is suing a bank in Utah for alleged violation of telephone harassment statutes.
ORLANDO – A Palm Harbor business is accused of unlawfully using a photograph to advertise its business.
ORLANDO – A disabled Broward County man claims a Brevard County hotel has barriers that restricted his access to the property.
TAMPA – A California limited liability company is accused of sending unsolicited faxes.
TAMPA – A South Carolina photographer alleges a Clearwater apparel company used one of his photographs without authorization.