Category Archives: Breach of Contract

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Creative Solution to Jurisdictional Issue Helps Firm Obtain Writ of Certiorari Protecting Elderly Lady’s Health Records

By Robin Bresky |

March 9, 2020* It is not easy to convince an appellate court to issue a writ of certiorari to quash a trial court’s order compelling discovery. The petitioner must demonstrate “a departure from the essential requirements of law that will cause material injury for which there is no adequate remedy by appeal.” Fla. R…. Read More »

Fourth DCA Holds that Florida Statute Commencing Limitations Period for Property Insurance Suit at Date of Loss Does Not Apply Retroactively

By Robin Bresky |

Fourth DCA Holds that Florida Statute Commencing Limitations Period for Property Insurance Suit at Date of Loss Does Not Apply Retroactively Donovan v. Florida Peninsular Ins. Co., 39 Fla. L. Weekly D 1421 (Fla. 4th DCA 2014) The Fourth District Court of Appeal (“DCA”) recently held in favor of a homeowner in a case… Read More »

Alter Egos No More! Law Offices of Robin Bresky Assists with Unique California Appeal

By Robin Bresky |

Alter Egos No More! Law Offices of Robin Bresky Assists with Unique California Appeal The Law Offices of Robin Bresky was retained in 2013 to assist two California attorneys with an appeal in Los Angeles. We researched and drafted portions of the briefs and assisted in editing and polishing the drafts into cohesive products,… Read More »

Tipsy Coachman, Anticipatory Repudiation, and Adhering to Your Own Contractual Remedies: Fourth DCA Affirms Judgment for Prospective Home Buyers Despite Seller’s Assertion of Anticipatory Repudiation Defense

By Robin Bresky |

Shelby Homes at Millstone, Inc. v. Cullinane, 4D10-289 May 18, 2011 Four months prior to expiration of the contractual time period for completion of a home, the buyers’ counsel sent a letter to the seller’s counsel stating that the home buyers “may not be able to obtain financing under the same terms and conditions… Read More »