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Conroy Simberg's Hinda Klein Obtains Reversal of Jury Verdict in Case Involving a Player Injured in a Softball Tournament

Posted in Verdicts and Settlements on April 18, 2018

Appellate managing partner Hinda Klein, of the firm’s Hollywood office, was successful in obtaining a reversal of a jury verdict in favor of the Plaintiff in Competitive Softball Promotions, Inc. v. Ayub. 

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Conroy Simberg Obtains Favorable Summary Judgment in Tragic Murder/Suicide Case

Posted in Verdicts and Settlements on April 3, 2018

Diane H. Tutt, an appellate partner in the firm’s Hollywood office, and Jeffrey A. Blaker, a partner in the firm’s West Palm Beach office, recently obtained a summary final judgment on all issues in favor of Gulfstream in a declaratory judgment case.     

 

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Conroy Simberg and Ross Department Stores Prevail in Slip and Fall Lawsuit

Posted in Verdicts and Settlements on April 3, 2018

Seth R. Goldberg, partner in Conroy Simberg's Hollywood office, recently scored a court trial victory in the case Kimberly Burnis v. Ross Dress for Less, Inc. Seth handled the litigation against Ross in the action filed by the department store customer who claimed she slipped on a foreign substance on the floor.

 

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Fourth District Court Of Appeal Affirms Conroy Simberg Trial Victory In Private Nuisance Case

Posted in Verdicts and Settlements on March 30, 2018

In the case of Pickett v. Hummel, the Fourth District Court of Appeal affirmed a defense verdict in a private noise nuisance case. The case was tried by partner Michael Paris and associate Stephan Greco, and handled on appeal by partner Diane Tutt, all from the firm’s Hollywood office. 

      

 

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Legal Team Scores Defense Verdict Win in Homeowner’s Insurance Action

Posted in Verdicts and Settlements on January 23, 2018

Robert Horwitz, a partner in our West Palm Beach and Hollywood offices, and Pamela Moody, an associate in our West Palm Beach office, were successful in defending an insurer in a homeowner’s insurance action in which the insureds sought replacement of their kitchen after a drain line leak allegedly damaged their home. The defense successfully established that the leak predated the inception of the policy and was never repaired, and that the insureds’ damages likewise predated the policy period. The jury rendered a verdict finding that there was no “sudden and accidental” loss to the property during the policy term.  

 

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