Why Playing Hard Ball With Your Residential Real Estate Transaction May Backfire

Whether you are a first-time home buyer or a seasoned veteran, a recent ruling from the Third District Court of Appeal will make you think twice about your negotiation tactics and obligations when entering into an “As Is Residential Contract … [Read More...]

BATTLING LLC MEMBERS – Why the Company’s Operating Agreement May Prevent You From Suing Another Member of Your LLC

The Third District Court of Appeal, in the matter Tulga Demir v. Georg Schollmeier, recently reversed a trial court’s final order granting summary judgment in favor of Appellee Georg Schollmeier. The appellate court held that the agreement governing the … [Read More...]

SHOW ME THE BILLS! – Why Your Billing Records May Now Be Discoverable in an Attorneys’ Fees Dispute

The Florida Supreme Court, in the matter of Paton v. Geico Gen. Ins. Co. recently reviewed a decision of the Fourth District Court of Appeal quashing the trial court’s orders relating to attorney’s fees discovery propounded by Petitioner, Kelly … [Read More...]