Monthly Archives: November 2012

Possession Determinations Give Power To Bring Non-Final Appeals

By Robin Bresky |

“Possession Determinations Give Power To Bring Non-Final Appeals”: Fourth DCA Clarifies That Order Must Direct Immediate Possession To Qualify As Appealable Non-Final Order Florida Atlantic Stock Transfer, Inc., v. Smith, 4D11-2955 Florida Atlantic Stock Transfer (“FAST”), a stock transfer agent, appealed from an order in an interpleader action it filed in a dispute over… Read More »

Be Careful What You Ask For

By Robin Bresky |

“Be Careful What You Ask For” or “Read The Contract Before You Sign It”: Third DCA Reverses For Enforcement Of Forum Selection Clause In Contract Despite Drafting Party’s Claim Of Mistake Espresso Disposition Corp. 1 v. Santana Sales & Marketing Group, Inc., 3D12-1147 The parties signed an agreement, drafted by Santana, with a forum… Read More »

Undue Influence Argument Is Undone

By Robin Bresky |

Miller v. Bohan, 4D11-1169 The Law Offices of Robin Bresky recently won an affirmance of a final judgment in our client’s favor in an appeal involving a trust amendment. Our client’s remaining living sister brought a lawsuit against our client contesting the trust amendment their deceased sister had executed in favor of our client…. Read More »