Tag Archives: Supreme Court

State Taxation of Gasoline Sales Outside of Indian Lands Does Not Violate Indian Commerce Clause of U.S. Constitution

By Robin Bresky |

Florida Dep’t of Revenue v. Seminole Tribe of Florida, 4D10-456 June 22, 2011 The issue of the taxability of gasoline sales to the Seminole Tribe made off the reservation was presented to the Fourth District Court of Appeal.  The trial court granted the Seminole Tribe’s motion for summary judgment while denying the Department of… 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 »