Florida Derivative Litigation in the Context of Condominium Associations, and the Court's Deference to the Best  Interests of the Corporation

Partner, Craig Minko, and Associates, Jenna Updike and Natalia Morales, have been published in Volume 48 of Nova Law Review. Their article, Florida Derivative Litigation in the Context of Condominium Associations, and the Court’s Deference to the Best Interest of the Condominium, discusses the case of Ezer v. Holdack, a ground breaking case in the area of shareholder derivative litigation in the context of community associations, and otherwise.

At the trial court level, following comprehensive briefing and multiple hearings before Chief Judge Jack Tuter in the Complex Business Division of the Broward Circuit Court, Mr. Minko’s team obtained a complete dismissal, with prejudice, of the shareholder’s derivative lawsuit based on section 617.07401, Florida Statutes.

On appeal to the Fourth District Court of Appeal, Partner, Therese Savona and Associate, Francesca Stein, obtained detailed written opinion affirming the trial court’s dismissal. The Nova Law Review is currently led by Editor in Chief, Carolina Machin and Executive Editor, Shireen Deeb, who are both CSK law clerks working in Mr. Minko’s team.

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