Good old Canakaris v. Canakaris.
Just seeing the case name again is somehow deeply comforting.
It's like sliding into soft warm slippers at the end of the day, curling up by the fire with a good book and a better whiskey, and putting on a film you've seen many many times -- it reassures you that, in an often chaotic and uncertain world, there still is order in the universe, that events can and will still unfold just as you expected them to, and Bob Barker will still beat the crap out of Happy Gilmore.
Such is the case with this week's bunker, where the trial judge is reversed on disqualifying counsel over an inadvertent document disclosure issue, and the Resplendently Robed Ones pull out that all-too-familiar standard of review:
This review is governed by the abuse of discretion standard set forth in Canakaris v. Canakaris, 382 So. 2d 1197 (Fla. 1980).Ka-boom!
Now let's watch Bob beat up Happy one more time: