I recently wrote in Fox Rothschild’s Consumer Law Ledger about a Florida appellate court’s ruling that the statute of limitations for a negligent appraisal claim begins to run on the date that the loan is funded, even if a loan default does not occur until much later.

I’ve been told that a Motion for Rehearing

arbitrationIt is no secret that arbitration has become a common alternative to traditional courtroom litigation.  Arbitration clauses are widely employed in domestic and international commercial contracts.  With the advent of the global economy, contracting parties from different countries often rely on arbitration clauses to select a neutral forum and venue for resolving contract disputes.  And,

When commencing an appeal in Florida, timing is everything. For instance, the timely filing of a notice of appeal is a strict matter of subject matter jurisdiction. See Fla. R. App. P. 9.110(b); Miami-Dade Cnty. v. Peart, 843 So. 2d 363, 364 (Fla. 3d DCA 2003). If the notice of appeal is not