Tag Archives: opposing party

Inequitable Distribution of Assets Resolved – Win at the Fourth District Court of Appeal:

By Robin Bresky |

Bell v. Bell This was a divorce case involving several issues regarding the parties’ marital and non-marital assets. Our client appealed and the opposing party cross appealed. Our client’s main issues were the trial court’s failure to (1) award her half of the husband’s accounts receivable from loans he made to his businesses; and… Read More »

Entitlement to Attorney’s Fees in Probate Matter Resolved – Win at the Supreme Court:

By Robin Bresky |

Carlin v. Javorek The issue was whether the Supreme Court should exercise its discretionary jurisdiction to review of the Fourth District Court of Appeal’s reversal of a trial court’s order denying an award of attorney’s fees to our client. The Fourth District Court of Appeal recently reversed a trial court decision holding that our… Read More »

Trial Attorneys Take Note – 57.105 Motion Overturned and Express Malice for Defamation Expanded

By Robin Bresky |

The issue was whether the trial court abused its discretion in ordering our client and our client’s attorney to pay 57.105 attorney’s fees in a defamation action. Our client sued the opposing party for defamation after being forced out of business by the opposing party’s outrageous allegation that our client, a jeweler, replaced diamonds… Read More »