Brick Business Law Wins Judgment in Business Civil Theft Case

On June 11, Brick Business Law prevailed in the final hearing in a case involving claims of conversion, breach of implied in fact contract and civil theft pursuant to Fla. Stat. 772.11.   Brick represented a national seller of home environmental products which had a long-standing relationship with a vendor for the storage and transportation of its marketing materials.  After the termination of the arrangement, the vendor failed to return the subject property.  Brick’s client made multiple attempts to get its property, but the Vendor refused.  Brick sent the required civil theft demand letter to the future defendant; however, the vendor persisted in refusing to return the property, claiming it was not owned by Brick’s client.  Thereafter, the lawsuit was filed in Hillsborough County Circuit Court. Florida Statute 772.11 is known as Florida’s Civil Theft Statute.  It carries a higher burden of proof, requiring the Plaintiff to…

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