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Law Offices of Robin Bresky Wins Reversal of Summary Judgment in Homeowner’s Dispute Over Condo Association’s Use of Chemical Pesticides**

By Robin Bresky |

Law Offices of Robin Bresky Wins Reversal of Summary Judgment in Homeowner’s Dispute Over Condo Association’s Use of Chemical Pesticides Small v. Devon Condominium B Ass’n, Inc., 4D10-2302, 4D10-5243, 4D11-247, and 4D11-4110 The Law Offices of Robin Bresky recently won reversal of a trial court’s order granting summary judgment for a condominium association against a… 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 »

Law Offices of Robin Bresky Obtains Ruling Dispensing With Evidentiary Hearing And Awarding Client $660,611 Cash Distribution Following Appellate Win

By Robin Bresky |

Bell v. Bell, Case No. 4D10-5122 This was a divorce case with several contested issues regarding the parties’ assets. Our client, the former wife, appealed the final judgment of dissolution of marriage. The former husband cross-appealed. Our client’s main issues were (1) the trial court’s failure to award her half of the husband’s accounts… Read More »

Fourth DCA Reverses Order Draft by Former Wife Forcing Sale of Former Husband’s Residence to Satisfy Alimony Arrearages Where Former Husband Had No Opportunity to Object

By Robin Bresky |

Ross v. Ross, 4D11-107 The Fourth District recently wrote to address an appeal from an order that forced the sale of the Former Husband’s residence to satisfy his alimony arrearages. The Former Wife had drafted the ten-page order that the Court characterized as “very unfavorable” to the Former Husband, as it included findings that… Read More »

The Law of the Case Doctrine – Win at the Third DCA against Luxury Automotive Dealership

By Robin Bresky |

The law of the case doctrine states generally that questions of law that actually have been decided on appeal must govern the case in the same court and in the trial court through all subsequent states of the proceedings. State Dept. of Revenue v. Bridger, 935 So. 2d 536, 538 (Fla. 3d DCA 2006)…. Read More »

Why Certiorari?

By Robin Bresky |

Attorney-client privilege is the right of clients to refuse to disclose confidential communications with their lawyers to third parties. This privilege is fundamental to preserve the right to effective legal counsel. Lawyers cannot function effectively on behalf of their clients without the ability to communicate with them in confidence. With that said, as an… Read More »