Monthly Archives: October 2016

Time-Sharing

Law Offices of Robin Bresky Obtains PCA Affirming Trial Court’s Orders in Child Time-sharing Contempt Proceeding

By Robin Bresky |

Case No. 4D15-2264 (Fla. 4th DCA, Oct. 20, 2016)* The Law Offices of Robin Bresky recently represented a father as the appellee opposing an appeal by the mother/former wife regarding a contempt proceeding involving child time-sharing. In the Fourth District Court of Appeal, the mother challenged an order denying her exceptions to the magistrate’s… Read More »

Commercial Dispute

Appellate Court Vacates Prematurely-Entered Order Granting Opponent’s Motion to Supplement Record on Appeal

By Robin Bresky |

A district court of appeal recently vacated a prematurely-entered order that had granted our opponent’s motion to supplement the record on appeal. We represent the appellant in an appeal stemming from a commercial dispute over a limited liability company. The appellate briefs have not yet been filed. There was also a separate derivative action… Read More »

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Law Offices of Robin Bresky Successfully Defends Against Motion to Stay Pending Appeal of Order Awarding Former Wife Her Attorney’s Fees

By Robin Bresky |

The Law Offices of Robin Bresky recently successfully defended against a motion to stay pending appeal directed at a family court order awarding our client her attorney’s fees. The trial court entered an order (“Fees Order”) that awarded our client her attorney’s fees following the dissolution of the parties’ marriage and directed that the… Read More »

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To Tweet or Not to Tweet? That is the Question (and When You’re a Juror, the Answer is No)

By Robin Bresky |

Murphy v. Roth, Case No. 4D14-4830 (Fla. 4th DCA Oct. 5, 2016)* Jury service may not be anyone’s favorite pastime, but it is a civic duty and a critical component of the system of justice. One important aspect of jury duty is the obligation to avoid communicating about the jury service or the case,… Read More »