Tag Archives: Appellate

Government Violated Developer’s Bert J. Harris Act Rights by Denying Site Plan, Finds Florida 4th District Court of Appeals

In a significant ruling, Florida’s Fourth District Court of Appeal in the case of Ocean Concrete, Inc. v. Indian River County ruled the government violated the developer’s Bert J. Harris Act rights by denying a site plan for the development of a project that had established a reasonable, investment-backed expectation.  The Ocean Concrete ruling is … Continue Reading

AAA’s Optional Appellate Review: Good or Bad for Arbitrations?

In the past, resolving contract disputes between sophisticated parties meant spending years litigating in the court system, including having to go through extensive discovery, motion practice, and trial, and then an appeal.  But with the advent of arbitration, now, more than ever, parties are including arbitration provisions in their contracts as a way of resolving … Continue Reading
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