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FAMU College of Law to Host 5th DCA in Moot Courtroom

for Law Day Oral Argument Session in April

The Fifth District Court of Appeal will hold a session at the Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University (FAMU) College of Law with Honorable Judges Eric J. Eisnaugle (Presiding), Jamie Grosshans and Meredith L. Sasso set to hear oral arguments on Tuesday, April 9, 2019, in the Ceremonial Moot Courtroom.

The annual Law Day event marks the 12th year the Court will visit the FAMU College of Law to hear arguments. The first of five oral arguments is scheduled to begin at 9:00 a.m. After hearing arguments from both parties, the Court will entertain questions from the gallery regarding the appellate process, organization of the appellate court, and matters of other general concern.

In addition to asking questions of the judges, questions may be directed to the lawyers representing the parties. The Court will not answer questions regarding the substance of the appeal. The question and answer process will be repeated after each argument.

The arguments will be made for the following cases:

Case 18-1209

Michael Anthony McGolrick v. State of Florida

Case 18-1111

Oakwood Nursing Center, Inc. and Robert W. Hagan v. GRE Ocala, Incorporated

Case 18-614

Carl Ficke v. Kyle Davis

Case 18-1773

Lillian D. Manney v. MBV Engineering, Inc., F/K/A Mosby, Moia, Bowles & Associates, Inc., F/K/A Mosby & Associates, Inc., Randall L. Mosby, Jean-Paul Pinelli, Space Coast Builders and Contractors, Inc. and Larry Cavaliere

Case 18-1774

Lillian D. Manney v. Jean Paul Pinelli, Space Coast Builders and Contractors, Inc., MBV Engineering, Inc., F/K/A Mosby, Moia, Bowles & Associates, Inc., F/K/A Mosby & Associates, Inc., Randall L. Mosby, et al.

Fifth DCA Protocols:

Visitors to the Court may enter and leave as they wish. The Court does not require anyone to remain for all arguments or for a complete argument. Bags, purses, backpacks, and similar containers are not allowed in the courtroom. Upon completion of an oral argument, the Court will allow visitors to ask questions. No eating, drinking, or chewing gum.

2019 Annual Conference

The Impact of the Lack of Diversity in the Tax, Property                                            and Estate Planning Professions

Friday, April 5

3:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. Room 240

FAMU College of Law, 201 Beggs Avenue, Orlando

Panelists

Shontay Bridges

Michelle Gomez Hinden

Akunna Olumba

Vanessa J. Skinner

Stacey Prince-Troutman

Kristine Tucker

Brought to you by The Woman’s Law Caucus