Monthly Archives: May 2010

Florida Provides Further Clarity on its Implied Waiver Doctrine in Landlord-Tenant Cases

The Third District Court of Appeal of Florida recently brought us closer to clarity on Florida’s approach to when a landlord’s insurer can sue a tenant.  State Farm of Florida Ins. Co. v. Loo, 2010 WL 445945 (Fla. 3d DCA

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Horse Trailer Accidents-Theories of Recovery

It’s every horseman’s nightmare—a trailer accident. There are many causes of these accidents, but in the chaos of attempting to remove the horses and tend to their wounds (or worse), questions that could pave the way for a subrogation opportunity often

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Mediation: What You Need To Know About Your Mediator

Mutual consent and court ordered mediation is becoming more prevalent as a means to resolve matters in conflict as litigation costs escalate and court calendars suffer from over-crowding, greater demand and budgetary constraints. While mediation is a valuable forum to access

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