Does the 3d feel like it's in a funk these days?
Not too many opinions being released, fewer dissents, the swagger seems to be gone or dissipated, it's as if the 3d is barely talking to us.
Is it something I said?
Anyways, let's roll tide:
Morton's of Chicago v. Bermudez:
Old man falls in restaurant -- and it's not even captured on YouTube or anything!
Turns out the temporary obstructions need to be near where the guy fell, who knew?
Arkiteknic v. United Glass Laminating:
Note to judges who are planning to sanction lawyers for blowing deadlines -- there are these little things called the "Kozel factors" -- please try to familiarize yourself with them first.
It's not Venetian Salami, but it's close.
Willens v. Garcia:
Son takes continual care of invalid father for 20 years -- gets repaid with huge property tax reassessment on Dad's house once father dies.
Judge Shepherd channels his inner Hebrew National:
Mr. Willens’ reward for his two-decade sacrifice in the name of his father lies with a higher authority.Ok, I'll play -- the Florida Supreme Court?
(What, there's something higher?)