Monthly Archives: June 2018


Appellate Court Grants Motion Filed By Law Offices of Robin Bresky On Behalf Of Client To Recategorize Appeal Of Permanent Injunction As Appeal From Non-Final Order

By Robin Bresky |

While Florida Rule of Appellate Procedure 9.130(a)(3)(B) might seem to indicate that only temporary injunction orders may be appealed as non-final orders under that rule, The Law Offices of Robin Bresky recently filed a successful motion asking the Third District Court of Appeal to treat an appeal from a Final Judgment of Injunction for… Read More »


The Law Offices of Robin Bresky Successfully Appeals Denial of Client’s Due Process Rights By Trial Court’s Precluding Presentation of Case-In-Chief at Final Hearing, Which Was Fundamental Error

By Robin Bresky |

Recently, the Law Offices of Robin Bresky helped a mother obtain an appellate reversal of the final judgment in a paternity case. At the Final Hearing, the Father was afforded his right to present his case-in-chief. The trial judge stated repeatedly at the hearing that the Mother would have the same opportunity. However, due… Read More »