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Law Offices of Robin Bresky Files Petition for Writ of Certiorari in U.S. Supreme Court

By Robin Bresky |

September 2017 Attorneys Robin Bresky and Jeremy Dicker recently prepared a Petition for Writ of Certiorari that was filed in the Supreme Court of the United States. The Petition seeks to have the Court review a state’s decision to terminate the Petitioner’s parental rights of her child. Because the state’s decision came from a… Read More »

Writs, Lies, and Videotape: Law Offices of Robin Bresky Prevails in Certiorari Proceeding Over Timing of Production of Store Video Surveillance Showing Plaintiff’s Injury

By Robin Bresky |

Writs, Lies, and Videotape: Law Offices of Robin Bresky Prevails in Certiorari Proceeding Over Timing of Production of Store Video Surveillance Showing Plaintiff’s Injury Whole Foods Market Group, Inc. v. Classie, 4D13-43 The Law Offices of Robin Bresky successfully defended against a petition for writ of certiorari filed by the defendant in a personal… Read More »

Riviera Beach Confidential: Fourth DCA Rejects Notion of Privilege for Confidential Informants

By Robin Bresky |

City of Riviera Beach v. State of Florida Case No. 4D10-4522 The office of the state attorney subpoenaed information from the City of Riviera Beach that included the names of confidential informants the City had used. The trial court ordered the City to comply with the subpoena. The City filed a petition for writ… Read More »

Mission Impossible: Fourth DCA Grants Petition For Writ of Certiorari Where Circuit Court Dismissed Appeal For Failure to Comply With Order

By Robin Bresky |

United Automobile Ins. Co. v. Millennium Radiology, LLC Case No: 4D11-3248 United Automobile Insurance Company (“United”) appealed a county court order to the circuit court sitting in its appellate capacity. The circuit court panel believed that the order was not appealable as originally rendered, and issued an order to United to show cause why… Read More »

A Motion for New Trial in a Small Claims Action Must Be Filed Within Ten Days and Such a Motion Tolls the Rendition of the Order of the Trial Court Until Disposition of the Motion.

By Robin Bresky |

Arafat v. U-Haul Center Margate, 4D10-1179 June 22, 2011 The Fourth District addressed a writ of certiorari challenging a circuit court’s dismissal of an appeal as untimely. Arafat filed a complaint in small claims county court for $5,000 based on a statement of claim for items that were removed from her storage unit. The… Read More »