by Paul Avron The law of the case doctrine is not applied on a daily basis, but it is a viable tool for litigants who obtain favorable rulings in interlocutory appeals for subsequent proceedings in the same case so...Read More
Category: Rules of Procedure
Winter 2017, Volume XX, No. 7 By Michael M. Giel You’re holding a final judgment peppered with errors. Maybe the court awarded certain relief without making statutorily required findings. Or some of the findings aren’t supported...Read More
Winter 2017, Volume XX, No. 7 By: Heather M. Kolinsky The Second District Court of Appeal recently reiterated that an automatic stay in bankruptcy, 11 U.S.C. § 362(a)(1) (2012), renders a subsequently filed notice of appeal in a...Read More
Spring 2015 By David Knapp Winston Churchill once said: “To improve is to change; to be perfect is to change often.”1 The Florida Rules of Appellate Procedure may not be perfect, but as part of the regular three-year rule...Read More
Summer 2014 By Jared Michael Krukar, Esq. Florida Rule of Appellate Procedure 9.400(b) establishes the procedure for seeking attorney fees on appeal. Many practitioners have long assumed that the rule similarly applies to...Read More
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