Part 2: The Wrong for Which There Is No Legal Remedy
A plaintiff in an institutional child sexual assault case had argued that his claims were timely under the doctrine of equitable estoppel. In rejecting this argument the court reasoned that, in order to find that the defendant was equitably estopped ... Read More
The Wrong for Which There Is No Legal Remedy
Numerous courts around the country have applied the delayed discovery doctrine to cases alleging childhood sexual abuse where the emotional response resulting from childhood molestation, “often coupled with authoritative adult demands and threats for... Read More
At the Very Least, Appear at Mediation, Court Reminds
In a recent opinion, the Fifth District Court of Appeal reminds participants and counsel how important it is to at least appear at mediation.
I've been a Supreme Court of Florida-Certified Appellate Mediator since 2001, so I took special notice wh... Read More