While post-Tiarathe Economic Loss Rule (“ELR”) is limited to products liability cases, the Tiara progeny firmly establish that the independent tort doctrine (“ITD”) is alive and well. In a nutshell, the IDT “is a prohibition against tort actions to recover solely economic damages for those in contractual privity is designed to prevent

On November 15, 2018, the Florida Supreme Court held that “an allegation that a trial judge is a Facebook ‘friend’ with an attorney appearing before the judge, standing alone, does not constitute a legally sufficient basis for disqualification.”

The statute which governs a motion to disqualify requires that the moving party file an affidavit in

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