Banks Are Baffled by Florida Supreme Court Ruling in Glass v Nationwide

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Yesterday’s article was about a paradigm shift at the Florida Supreme Court that flipped, for the most part, law that prevented homeowners from being granted attorney fees when they won their foreclosure cases.

Today (hat tip to Greg Da Goose) I received an article published by Burr Forman (bank lawyers) that admitted that the ruling was surprising and also projected that the ruling could have far reaching implications under various proceedings and laws.

seehttp://www.burr.com/2019/01/07/blogs/consumer-finance-litigation/Florida-Supreme-Court-Reverses-Fourth-DCA-on-No-Standing-No-Fees

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