Florida’s Fourth District Court of Appeal shed light on the Sunshine State’s recording laws and personal jurisdiction, but certified a conflict with another district over secret recordings of telephone calls with Florida residents by people in other states.

Plaintiff William “Billy” Mitchell, a Florida resident, sued Ohio resident David Race in Florida for alleged violations of the Florida Security of Communications Act, often referred to as the wiretap statute.

(l-r) 4th DCA Judges Robert M. Gross, Chief Judge Mark W. Klingensmith, and Judge Jeffrey T. Kuntz. Courtesy photos (l-r) Fourth District Court of Appeal Judges Robert M. Gross, Mark W. Klingensmith and Jeffrey T. Kuntz. Courtesy photos

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