Attorney Chris Carlyle Presents at Appellate Law Seminar

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Attorney Chris Carlyle moderated a panel at an appellate law seminar put on by the American Bar Association in Miami. The topic of the discussion was “Lessons Learned From Codifying Daubert,” and the panel included Eliott Scherker from Greenburg Traurig and James Ferraro, Sr. of The Ferraro Law firm, as well as Laurie Waldman Ross…


Attorney John Bogdanoff argues at Florida Supreme Court

Today, attorney John Bogdanoff (accompanied by attorney Chris Carlyle) argued the case of American Southern Home Insurance Company v. Lentini, Case no. SC18-320. It was a historic day in that, for the first time in 116 years, the Court convened with three new members. The Court agreed to hear the case to resolve a conflict between two…


Clausen v. Clausen

250 So. 3d 873 (Fla. 5th DCA 2018). The firm persuaded the court to reverse and remand the matter to reconsider the award of alimony to the former wife.http://www.5dca.org/Opinions/Opin2018/081318/5D16-4114.op.pdf


Holaway v. Holaway

246 So. 3d 1263 (Fla. 5th DCA 2018). Attorneys John Bogdanoff and Earle Peterson were successful in having the court affirm a judgment in their client’s favor in a family law case.


Newman v. Hirst

236 So. 3d 506 (Fla. 5th DCA 2018). Attorney Chris Carlyle succeeded in having the court issue a petition for writ of certiorari challenging a discovery order which required the plaintiff to answer Boecher interrogatories. http://www.5dca.org/Opinions/Opin2018/021218/5D17-2482.op.pdf


Lentini v. American Southern Home Insurance Company

233 So. 3d 1258 (Fla. 5th DCA 2017). Attorney John Bogdanoff prevailed for the plaintiff in reversing a summary judgment which found that the insurer was not obligated to provide coverage under a collector vehicle policy. The Fifth District Court of Appeal certified conflict with Martin v. St. Paul Fire & Marine Insurance Company, 670…


Brady v. Brady

229 So. 3d 892 (Fla. 5th DCA 2017). The firm successfully appealed a final judgment of divorce on behalf of the former wife. Specifically, the court reversed the trial court’s award of alimony, the requirement that she maintain an insurance policy, and that she pay a portion of the former husband’s attorney’s fee. http://www.5dca.org/Opinions/Opin2017/110617/5D17-1370.op.pdf


Dowling v. Dowling

235 So. 3d 970 (Fla. 1st DCA 2017). The Firm prevailed in having the alimony award to the former wife reversed and remanded for recalculation. https://edca.1dca.org/DCADocs/2016/2264/162264_1286_11062017_08543495_i.pdf