Category Archives: Florida Rules of Appellate Procedure

“As a Matter of Law” Means Just That: Denial of Immunity Appeals Under Rule 9.130

Attorney Jennifer Sommerville explains why appellate attorney practitioners need to be careful when drafting any order determining that a party is not entitled to statutory immunity. The words "as a matter of law," can make all the difference. CONTINUE READING...

Enforcing the Mandate when the Trial Court Deviates or Delays

Board certified appellate attorney Suzanne Labrit explains the mechanics of enforcement of mandates. CONTINUE READING...