Viscito v. Viscito, 225 So. 3d 959 (Fla. 3d DCA 2017)

The firm reversed an attorney’s fees and costs judgment entered against the client when, following their conditional grant by the appellate court, the trial judge failed to hear evidence regarding the parties’ financial resources, the former wife’s need for appellate fees or the former husband’s ability to pay.

Pataro v. Pataro, 224 So. 3d 824 (Fla. 3d DCA 2017)

The firm successfully reversed the entry of an order setting aside the former spouses’ marital settlement agreement as incorporated into a final judgment of dissolution. Agreeing with the firm’s argument, the court recognized there was no case law specifically supporting the former wife’s position that a final judgment and marital settlement agreement can be set aside purely as a sanction.

Green v. Cottrell, 204 So. 3d 22 (Fla. 2016).

A prisoner’s rights appeal in which the firm prevailed in the Supreme Court of Florida, reversing the determination that the plaintiff failed to exhaust administrative remedies under federal law and had filed after the state statute of limitations expired.

Toomey v. Northern Trust Co., 182 So. 3d 891 (Fla. 3d DCA 2016).

The firm represented beneficiaries to a high-profile, multimillion dollar estate who were seeking to overturn a protective order preventing them from deposing witnesses in an effort to preserve their testimony. Despite the discretionary legal standard that generally rejects appeals from orders denying discovery, the firm prevailed in demonstrating that its clients were irreparably harmed by the protective order.