MIAMI – The U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida recently denied a U.S. government motion to dismiss suit filed by an Air Force veteran claiming unlawful imprisonment and negligence.
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A group of Chinese immigrants accuse the founder of the South Atlantic Regional Center of bilking them out of money for investments in return for work visas.
A federal court declined to throw out parts of two passengers' lawsuit against a Spanish airline.
A Florida resident must produce several documents related to his lawsuit alleging misappropriation of funds, a federal judge ruled.
Popular restaurant chain Tim Hortons accuses of a group of Michigan franchisees of not paying fees owed by a contract.
FORT LAUDERDALE – Florida Gun Shows Inc. recently filed a complaint against the city of Fort Lauderdale in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida alleging violations of freedom of speech and equal protection after the city canceled its gun shows.
MIAMI – A nine-person jury in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida recently found that Worldwide Entertainment Group Inc., promoters of the Ultra Miami Music Festival, had intentionally set out to defraud Adria MM Productions Ltd. by taking over a music festival promoted by Adria and confiscating the proceeds.
A federal judge threw out a lawsuit accusing an oil exploration company of misleading investors.
A federal court dismissed several claims against Volkswagen over alleged suspension system defects in some of its CC model cars.
MIAMI – Buy Right Produce LLC recently filed a federal lawsuit under the Perishable Agricultural Commodities Act (PACA) alleging Miami-based Genero Produce has not paid for produce it received from Buy Right.
MIAMI – A judge in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida recently denied a motion for summary judgment requested by two defendants in a lawsuit involving the fraudulent sale of a portfolio of life insurance policies.
MIAMI – Judge Darrin P. Gayles of the U.S. District Court, Southern District of Florida, ruled on Sept. 13 in favor of InTrust Bank in a case involving alleged fraudulent sales of air conditioners.
Bankers sue insurance company for not providing proper liability coverage. Judge Edwin G. Torres, U.S. District Court, Southern District of Florida, reviewed such a motion on Sept. 12 in a lawsuit filed by a bank, seeking damages for an insurance company’s failure to provide the proper liability insurance
MIAMI – A lawsuit filed against Wells Fargo Bank alleging malfeasance in allowing fraudulent bank deposits to continue for an extended period of time was dismissed on Sept. 11 by U.S. District Judge Darrin P. Gayles.
An insurance company does not have to provide coverage to an interior design company involved in a lawsuit.
Federal judge denies requests for summary judgment in dispute over use of trademark in promoting music festivals
MIAMI – The U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida recently denied requests for summary judgment requested by two entertainment companies concerning a dispute over the use of a trademark to promote music events.
The company who distributed the film "Bad Moms" is embroiled in a legal battle with a Florida women's based networking group with the same name.
A federal judge rejected a doctor's request to disqualify opposing counsel in a case over alleged retaliation by the Florida Department of Health.
The owner of a yacht will not immediately face a $230,000 judgment over a crew member's lawsuit, a federal judge ruled.
MIAMI -- Two companies accused of manufacturing defective revolvers imported into the United States have been ordered to produce documents they allege are privileged.