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Non-substantive edits conform the rule to the Supreme Court of Florida style guide.
The bat and ball superstar has applied to the Supreme Court of Florida to be allowed to change her name to Maria Sugarpova for the duration of the US Open, in an attempt to promote her sweet brand of the same name.
Concerning the claims for negligence and breach of fiduciary duty, because the Eleventh Circuit concluded that Florida law was unclear, certified the following question to the Supreme Court of Florida concerning Florida's application of the economic loss rule:
There was so much controversy involved in the issue that the question was certified to the Supreme Court of Florida for a definitive ruling by that court.
The Supreme Court of Florida ruled that the state tax cap protecting homestead property must be based on an initial assessment of the property's fair market value.
The Supreme Court of Florida quashed that decision, holding the search invalid under the Fourth Amendment.
The Supreme Court of Florida today agreed with Brown & Williamson's central position on how smoking and health cases have to be litigated to satisfy the United States Constitution -- they must be tried and decided case-by-case.
1989), the Supreme Court of Florida adopted a corporate standard for hospitals that requires hospitals to exercise due care in the selection and retention of physicians.