In Palm Beach Polo, Inc. v. TJ Palm Beach Associate, L.P., ____ So.3d ____ (Fla. 4th DCA November 25, 2009), the trial court granted TJ Palm’s motion for attorneys fees and awarded fees. 

Palm Beach Polo appealed, arguing that the trial court failed to make express written findings in its order as to the time reasonably expended by, and the hourly rates of, Appellee’s attorneys.  As to the number of hours expended, the 4th DCA reversed, and ordered the trial court to set forth with specificity the reasonable number of hours expended by Appellee’s attorneys.   The DCA found that the trial court’s failure to set forth a specific hourly rate was harmless "because the court referenced another portion of the record which listed those rates, thereby adopting the rates as reasonable."