Two cases that were orally argued by Brannock & Humphries on consecutive days last month, one in Daytona Beach and the other in Tampa, were both affirmed today, embracing the arguments made by Brannock & Humphries for upholding the multimillion-dollar jury awards. The first case involved a challenge by R.J. Reynolds
In a thoughtful opinion emphasizing the limited role of the judiciary in policing the internal affairs of voluntary membership organizations, a three-judge panel of the Fourth District Court of Appeal unanimously decided that a trial court should not have second-guessed a Martin County aviation community’s decision to suspend and terminate
The Second District Court of Appeal has upheld a summary judgment entered in favor of a small business owner who was sued by a former employee, putting an end to the employee’s lawsuit and handing a win to Brannock & Humphries, which represented the business owner on appeal. The case arose
Working hand-in-hand with the Sessums Law Group, Brannock & Humphries helped obtain an important appellate victory today from the Second District Court of Appeal. The case involved a dispute between two former spouses. The former wife attempted to argue that a letter written by the former husband during the marriage was
In one of the most comprehensive opinions concerning patent jurisdiction since a seminal 2013 Supreme Court decision on the issue, the United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit ruled today that a Florida federal court lacked subject matter jurisdiction to hear a breach of contract case involving a
Agreeing with arguments made by Brannock & Humphries in written briefs and in an oral argument last month in Seattle, the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit has affirmed a California district court’s ruling that the packaging on Samsung’s Galaxy S7 smartphones did not put consumers on
A victory by Brannock & Humphries in the appellate court several months ago paid big dividends today, when a Lee County trial judge invalidated the City of Cape Coral’s attempt to annex six parcels of environmentally sensitive land.
The Third District Court of Appeal rejected an emergency petition today that challenged a Miami-Dade County trial judge’s authority to order a child to remain in Florida during an ongoing dispute over her mother’s relocation to Maryland, embracing arguments raised by Brannock & Humphries on behalf of the child’s father.
The First District Court of Appeal today affirmed a final judgment in favor of a Brannock & Humphries client who was injured when an e-cigarette exploded in his mouth.
In a relatively rare feat, Brannock & Humphries prevailed today in a second-tier certiorari proceeding that challenged the City of Cape Coral’s attempt to annex six parcels of environmentally sensitive land on an island community in unincorporated Lee County.