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The Joshua S. Horton Law Firm, PA was founded by Joshua Horton. Attorney Horton is licensed to practice law in Florida and Washington D.C. His firm practices in cases dealing with substance use disorder, including but not limited to: Wrongful Death, Treatment Center Abuse, Neglect, and Exploitation, Medical Malpractice, Legal Malpractice, Consumer Fraud, Sexual Assault, Criminal Defense for DUI, Drug Possession, Divorce, and Domestic Violence. His primary office is located in Jupiter, Florida.
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In the legal landscape, particularly in jurisdictions like Florida and Washington D.C., two prominent methods of dispute resolution are arbitration and litigation. Both have their unique characteristics, benefits, and drawbacks. This article aims to provide a comparative analysis of these two methods, assisting legal practitioners and clients in making informed decisions. Here at the Joshua S. Horton Law Firm, PA, we understand these differences and will use the appropriate tool for the case.
In recent years, Florida has seen a significant increase in door-to-door sales, particularly in the solar panel industry. While this sales method can be convenient for consumers, it also raises certain legal considerations under Florida’s door-to-door solicitation statute, codified in §501.022, Florida Statutes. This blog post aims to provide a comprehensive overview of this statute and its implications for solar panel contracts, including the validity of arbitration clauses in contracts that violate the statute.
With the court denying GM Law Firm’s motion for summary judgment, the case is now advancing to a jury trial in January 2024. This development is not just a procedural step; it symbolizes a critical juncture in the fight for accountability in an industry often criticized for exploiting vulnerable borrowers.