The Third District Court of Appeal has issued its opinion in Deutsche Bank v. Beauvais, determine the effect of voluntary and involuntary dismissals on acceleration and deceleration of mortgages. The takeaway of the decision is that the mere act of voluntarily or involuntarily dismissing a foreclosure action, without a determination with prejudice, does not decelerate an accelerated mortgage and does not stop the running of the statute of limitations on foreclosure. To read the article, click on this link:
Fraud Lawyers Florida reports that Bernhard Law Firm has obtained a judgment of dismissal with prejudice in favor of its business client against a shakedown serial litigation group in a lawsuit alleging violations of the ADA. Bernhard Law Firm successfully asserted that the opposition’s practice of serial litigation revealed that there was no real threat of imminent harm and no possibility of real redress, extinguishing standing and subject matter jurisdiction. (Florida Bar disclaimer: results may not be typical. You may not have as beneficial a result).
Fraud Lawyers Florida publishes a new article on the judiciary’s changing position on enforcement of arbitration provisions for consumers and businesses. See the article here:
As we enter the holiday season, Bernhard Law Firm and Miami International Attorneys volunteer to build houses for those in need with Habitat for Humanity Miami. Contact Bernhard Law Firm at www.bernhardlawfirm.com, 786-871-3349, firstname.lastname@example.org. See their work here: