Tag Archives: Statute

Florida Supreme Court Clarifies Procedure for Seeking Attorney’s Fees for Original Proceedings

By Robin Bresky |

Florida Supreme Court Clarifies Procedure for Seeking Attorney’s Fees for Original Proceedings There has been some confusion about when and how a party must seek prevailing-party attorney’s fees for an original proceeding in an appellate court under Rule 9.100, including petitions for writs of certiorari, mandamus, prohibition, habeas corpus, quo warranto, and “all writs.”… Read More »

Undue Influence Argument Is Undone

By Robin Bresky |

Miller v. Bohan, 4D11-1169 The Law Offices of Robin Bresky recently won an affirmance of a final judgment in our client’s favor in an appeal involving a trust amendment. Our client’s remaining living sister brought a lawsuit against our client contesting the trust amendment their deceased sister had executed in favor of our client…. Read More »

Monetary Damages Not Available to Plaintiffs Under Firefighter’s Bill of Rights

By Robin Bresky |

Curtis v. City of West Palm Beach, 4D10-876 June 22, 2011 The Fourth District Court of Appeal addressed the issue of whether a firefighter could claim monetary damages under the Firefighter’s Bill of Rights (“FBR”). The firefighter sought monetary relief for alleged violations of the FBR by the City of West Palm Beach in… Read More »