Elliot B. Kula on behalf of Brent Blake 

Elliot B. Kula successfully argued for affirmance of an order granting Mr. Blake and his co-defendant advancement of their attorney's fees for the defense of a lawsuit brought against them by their employer, American Sales and Management Organization d/b/a Eulen America. 

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W. Aaron Daniel on behalf of JPMorgan Chase Bank

W. Aaron Daniel successfully argued for a per curiam affirmance of an order granting vacatur of a default final judgment in favor of the plaintiff, ABPaymar, a junior lienholder who sought to extinguish JPMorgan Chase Bank's superior lien interest on the real property. With the vacatur preserved, JPMorgan Chase Bank was free to preserve its interest in the property. 

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Elliot B. Kula on behalf of Kathie Schlesinger  

Elliot B. Kula successfully argued for issuance of a writ of certioari to quash a discovery order denying Ms. Schlesinger's motion for protective order to bar discovery of her banks' records.  

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W. Aaron Daniel on behalf of Wells Fargo

W. Aaron Daniel successfully argued for reversal on behalf of Wells Fargo. The issue was whether due
process required a full evidentiary hearing before a party could redeem a property under foreclosure.  Kula & Associates successfully argued that evidence must be presented on the amount of the outstanding debt before a redemption amount can be set.  Florida's redemption statute (ยง 45.0315, Fla. Stat.) has very little case law interpreting it.  And in this case, Kula & Associates made law on the proper procedure for setting
redemption amounts.  

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Elliot B. Kula on behalf of Patrick A. Leoni

Elliot B. Kula successfully argued on behalf of Mr. Leoni for a per curiam affirmance of a trial court's setting aside an interlocutory counterclaim judgment which followed from a 7-week jury trial and allowed Mr. Leoni to receive a new trial on the claims.

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