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January 2013


January 24, 2013 3:13 PM | Posted by D. Matthew Allen | Permalink
The Florida Supreme Court issued in intriguing opinion in Soper v. Tire Kingdom, Inc., No. SC11-1462, which provokes questions about the trajectory of Florida class action law. In Tire Kingdom, the court reversed and remanded the Third District’s decision in Tire Kingdom, Inc. v. Dishkin, 81 So. 3d 437 (Fla. 3d DCA 2011), apparently without allowing briefing by the parties on the merits. Is this a “sea change” in Florida law? read more