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When is an Appellant Required to Provide the Court with the Transcript from a Summary Judgment Hearing?

Any Florida appellate attorney worth their salt is familiar with the Applegate line of cases requiring the appellate court to affirm the judgment on appeal when the appellant has not provided a record adequate to demonstrate reversible error. Although it may be tempting to rely on such caselaw when your opponent fails to provide the appellate court with a transcript from a summary judgment hearing, you should think twice before doing so. Fort Lauderdale attorney Amy Wessel explains why. CONTINUE READING...