After a rechargeable battery made by South Korean company LG Chem exploded in a Georgia resident’s pocket, causing catastrophic injuries, the company challenged the jurisdiction of the Georgia courts to adjudicate the resident’s personal-injury lawsuit.
After Brannock Humphries & Berman successfully persuaded the First District Court of Appeal to take the extraordinary step of reversing a murder conviction based on insufficient evidence, the Florida Supreme Court denied the State of Florida’s effort to undo the First District’s decision.
Brannock Humphries & Berman successfully persuaded the Second District Court of Appeal to uphold, without comment, an order certifying a class action against a Tampa-based clinic that claims to be able to treat chronic, incurable lung diseases such as COPD using stem cells.
After a jury ruled in favor of a Sarasota man who was permanently and significantly injured by a driver who had been drinking, the Second District Court of Appeal rejected the driver’s arguments for a new trial and fully affirmed the judgment entered for Brannock Humphries & Berman’s client.
The Second District Court of Appeal has denied a petition for writ of certiorari filed in a tortious interference lawsuit brought by a Collier County charter school against a former member of the school’s board of directors.
The First District Court of Appeal ruled in favor of Brannock Humphries & Berman's client today by rejecting an extraordinary writ petition filed by a workers’ compensation carrier that sought to overturn an order staying the carrier’s lawsuit pending related personal injury litigation.
Handling the oral argument after briefing by the trial team, Brannock Humphries & Berman helped ensure a favorable decision in an appeal of a summary judgment entered in favor of a surety company.
Brannock Humphries & Berman Wins Affirmance of $7 Million Judgment in Contentious Construction Dispute
In a per curiam affirmance, the Fifth District Court of Appeal upheld a jury’s award of damages to the homeowner’s association of a prominent Orlando-area community to fix the poorly constructed roadways and major drainage problems caused by the developer.
Five-and-a-half years after the Second District Court of Appeal reversed the dismissal of a foreclosure lawsuit on statute of limitations grounds, the appellate court once again reversed the trial court’s dismissal of the case, this time ruling that the lower court incorrectly determined that the plaintiff, Foley & Lardner LLP,
Second District Court of Appeal Rejects Second-Tier Cert Petition, Hands Brannock Humphries & Berman Second Appellate Win
After prevailing in front of the circuit court late last year, Brannock Humphries & Berman once again succeeded in fending off a resident’s challenge to Sarasota County’s approval of a 23-acre mixed-used development at the busy intersection of Stickney Point Road and U.S. Highway 41, near the entrance to Siesta