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Florida Supreme Court Clarifies Standards for Enforcement of Arbitration Clauses

By Robin Bresky |

Florida Supreme Court Clarifies Standards for Enforcement of Arbitration Clauses On March 20, 2014, the Florida Supreme Court decided Basulto v. Hialeah Automotive, 39 Fla. L. Weekly S 140, concerning whether a buyer was required to arbitrate a dispute with a seller. The Supreme Court clarified that courts, when asked to enforce an arbitration… Read More »

A Legitimate Stranger: Fourth DCA Holds Non-Party Had Standing to Attack Fraudulently Obtained Judgment

By Robin Bresky |

Davis v. M&M Aircraft Acquisitions, Inc. Case No. 4D11-706 The Fourth District Court of Appeal (“DCA”) reviewed a trial court order denying a non-party’s motion to vacate a final judgment. Robert Davis owned 40% of Aerovision, LLC, and Daniel McCue owned 60%. McCue sold his interest in Aerovision to M&M Aircraft. Davis then sought… Read More »