Stovash, Case, & Tingley is now Stovash, Case, Shay, & Pearce and Announces New Partner

Stovash, Case, & Tingley, P.A. is proud to announce that the firm will now be known as Stovash, Case, Shay, & Pearce, or SCSP Law. This exciting change comes as partner Amy Tingley has married and taken on the surname Shay. In addition, the firm has recognized the significant contributions of Matthew Pearce by naming him a partner. Mr. Pearce started with the firm in 2013 as a senior counsel and became a partner in 2019. Matt has consistently demonstrated a superior excellence when perfection is attainable for the firm’s clients. We congratulate Mr. Pearce on becoming a named partner of the firm.

Bob Stovash Obtains Final Judgment in a Trespass/Prescriptive Easement Case in the Orange County Business Court

In a unique state court lawsuit between neighboring commercial property owners, Bob Stovash was engaged as trial counsel to try his client’s trespass claim and defend against the neighboring property owner’s claim to establish a prescriptive easement for ingress and egress over the client’s commercial property. On November 17, 2022, the Business Court in Orange County, Florida, after a non-jury trial, entered a Final Judgment in favor of Bob’s client. In the Final Judgment, the Court granted a permanent injunction in enjoining the neighboring property owner, its tenants and its business invitees from (a) using the client’s property for ingress and egress and (2) using the client’s property for waste removal. The neighboring property owner was also enjoined from causing or allowing water runoff and flooding onto the client’s property. As for the prescriptive easement claim brought against Bob’s client, the Court dismissed the claim on a motion for involuntary dismissal argued by Bob Stovash. The Court determined that the neighboring property owner had, and has, no legal or equitable right to use the client’s property for ingress and egress or for any other purpose.

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Bob Stovash and Stovash, Case & Tingley Launch New Mediation Practice

Bob Stovash and Stovash, Case & Tingley, P.A., have launched the firm’s new Mediation Practice. Bob Stovash, the President of the firm, heads up the Mediation Practice. Bob is a Florida Supreme Court Certified Circuit Mediator.

In explaining the launch of the Mediation Practice, Bob said: “The majority of legal disputes can be, and should be, resolved without visiting the courthouse and proceeding to trial. Mediation is an opportunity for parties and their attorneys to voluntarily resolve their disputes without the high cost and uncertainty of a trial. After more than three decades practicing law, I am looking forward to assisting parties and their attorneys in mediation throughout the State of Florida.”

Bob provides mediation services in the following types of cases: (1) commercial, corporate and business disputes; (2) banking disputes, including bank foreclosures and lender liability claims; (3) labor and employment disputes, including harassment, discrimination, non-compete and wage/hour disputes; (4) professional negligence claims; (5) real estate disputes, including eminent domain, easement and boundary disputes; (6) property damage claims, (7) construction disputes and (8) probate matters.

Stovash, Case & Tingley, P.A.’s office in downtown Orlando can be used for mediation conferences, as the office has well-appointed conference rooms, complimentary valet parking, Wi-Fi services and refreshments. To schedule a mediation with Bob Stovash, call the him at 407-316-0393 or email Bob at