Deutsche Bank v. Beauvais – clock doesn’t stop on mortgage foreclosure limitations period upon dismissal without prejudice

The Third District Court of Appeal has issued its opinion in Deutsche Bank v. Beauvais, determine the effect of voluntary and involuntary dismissals on acceleration and deceleration of mortgages.… Read More Deutsche Bank v. Beauvais – clock doesn’t stop on mortgage foreclosure limitations period upon dismissal without prejudice

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Fraud Lawyers Florida announces that Bernhard Law Firm obtains final judgment in securities fraud lawsuit

Fraud Lawyers Florida announces that Bernhard Law Firm obtained a final judgment in favor of its client against a financial servicing corporation in a lawsuit alleging fraud, violation of the Florida Deceptive and Unfair Trade Practices Act, and slander of title in a securities fraud lawsuit.… Read More Fraud Lawyers Florida announces that Bernhard Law Firm obtains final judgment in securities fraud lawsuit

The Arbitration Game Is Changing in Florida

Florida Supreme Court’s 2014 decision of Basulto, v. Hialeah Automotive reflects a new judicial resistance to enforcement of arbitration provisions without review of the arbitration provision’s terms or the circumstances surrounding execution of the arbitration agreement. Businesses and consumers should be aware of this changing tide in arbitration enforcement to adequately exercise or protect their rights.… Read More The Arbitration Game Is Changing in Florida