• Litigation Privilege: litigation privilege, which protects actions taken in the course of and related to judicial proceedings from civil liability, applies to causes of action for abuse of process and malicious prosecution - Wolfe v. Foreman, No. 3D10-3055 (Fla. 3d DCA July 17, 2013) (affirming order granting motion for judgment on pleadings)
  • Inverse Condemnation: stabilization doctrine did not apply to prevent statute of limitations from beginning to run on inverse condemnation claim immediately after government’s initial road project caused flooding to plaintiff’s property because full extent of injury was known at that time and government’s subsequent promise to repair the problem did not amount to a taking by gradual process - Judkins v. Walton County, No. 1D12-4064 (Fla. 1st DCA July 15, 2013) (affirming summary judgment)