A Broward County real estate agent and broker will get to pursue malpractice litigation against a Fort Lauderdale law firm and one of its attorneys after an appeals court disagreed the claim should go to arbitration.

Matthew Jacocks claims he facilitated the sale of a Tamarac apartment complex but in the last minute the buyer and seller secretly executed the deal, cutting him out of over $1.14 million in commission fees.

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