Enforcement Of Foreign Judgments Part I

Florida has long been derogatorily referred to as a “debtor’s haven” because of the many exemptions afforded debtors from the claims of creditors. The most notable exemption, of course, is the “homestead exemption” contained in Florida’s Constitution, Fla. Const. art. X, § 4.  There are, however, several Rules of Procedure and Florida statutes that provide Read More »

Breach Of Confidentiality Clause In Settlement Agreements

Congratulations! After months of hard fought litigation you and your attorney have settled your case and as part of the settlement the other side has agreed to pay you “six-figures.” You may be tempted to boast to your friends and family members that you brought the other side to its knees and forced a settlement.  Read More »