catagories: Business Law

Durango Steakhouse, Inc. – Alleges Discrimination While Pregnant. PDA
Plaintiff prevailed at the 5th District Court on Defendant’s Appeal to the 18th Circuit Court’s decision that the arbitration agreement was unenforceable against Plaintiff alleges Durango Steakhouse discriminated against her [...]
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Protection of Commerce in Arms Act Protects Florida Gun Dealers
The defendants at the gun dealership involved with the sale of the firearm to the Melbourne Mall Shooting case acted lawfully in processing the sale and are protected by the [...]
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Weapons Three-day Waiting Period – Melbourne Mall Shooter
The Melbourne Mall Shooter did wait the required period as specified in Florida Statute § 790.0655 for his firearm purchase at the Palm Bay Gun Show. The Melbourne Mall Shooter [...]
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Background Check Conditional Approval Revoked by FDLE – Who’s responsible now?
The FDLE was legally responsible based on Florida Law to follow-up with the Melbourne Mall Shooter, not the seller. Plaintiff alleges that Defendant had a duty to properly notify law [...]
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Plaintiff v. First Quality Plumbing & Irrigation, Inc -Unpaid Overtime, Unpaid Wages, Fair Labor Standards…
U.S. DISTRICT COURT MIDDLE DISTRICT OF FLORIDA ORLANDO DIVISION ANITA CREHAN, PLAINTIFF, v. CASE NO.: FIRST QUALITY PLUMBING & IRRIGATION, INC., DEFENDANT. ______________________________/ COMPLAINT AND DEMAND FOR JURY TRIAL Comes [...]
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SeaWorld defamed Linda Simons after she went public with her whistleblower charges
THE DEFAMATION (SLANDER, LIBEL) COMPLAINT: IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE EIGHTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA LINDA SIMONS, Plaintiff, v. Case No.: SEAWORLD OF FLORIDA LLC, [...]
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SeaWorld unlawfully terminated Linda Simons for cooperating with OSHA
ARTICLES: SeaWorld fined $75,000 for whale trainer’s death August 23, 2010 – 7:00pm By MIKE SCHNEIDER Associated Press Writer ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) – The federal job safety agency fined SeaWorld [...]
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Overtime FLSA Case against Florida Power and Light for not paying employees during lunch
 Attorney Maurice Arcadier estimates FP&L owes 2,000 employees a total of $55 million for unpaid lunch time since 2006. Overtime Lawsuit against FPL for not paying linemen, groundmen and others [...]
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Appliance Direct – Case is on-going in Federal Court. FLSA, Retaliation
As a result of filing a claim against Appliance Direct, Appliance Direct retaliated against them in violation of law. Case is on-going in Federal Court. Retaliation case. Plaintiffs secured a [...]
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Sexual Harassment case against Appliance Direct that occurred in Melbourne store
Ms. Blizzard sued Appliance DIrect for sexual harassment perpetuated by her supervisor at Appliance Direct’s Melbourne store. Case went to trial and judge granted a direct verdict. Case was appealed [...]
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