By Carolina Bolado (December 24, 2015, 8:37 PM EST) -- Florida appeals courts are set to tackle several broad-ranging issues in 2016 that will affect litigation across the state, including the statute of limitations on mortgage foreclosure suits, damages caps in personal injury medical malpractice cases and how far the attorney-client privilege extends in cases in which plaintiffs attorneys refer clients to physicians.
Here are the key cases attorneys will be watching this year:
Bartram v. US Bank NA and Deutsche Bank v. Beauvais
Real estate attorneys around the state are keeping close tabs on a pair of foreclosure cases that should clarify how the statute of limitations is applied to...
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