It is not uncommon in the practice of law for an attorney to timely submit a motion to the court but to allow a substantial amount of time to pass before setting that motion for hearing. Without a hearing, these motions almost never get decided and the case remains stagnant. Perhaps this tardiness is a delay tactic or it could just as easily be the result of an honest scheduling conflict. Whatever the case, a recent ruling from Florida’s 4th District Court of Appeals suggests that perhaps attorneys should be more diligent in ensuring that their motions are timely set for hearing.Read More...
by Andrew Pardun on May 26th, 2016 in Litigation
Tags: Civil, Pinellas County, St Petersburg
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