A union representing 6,500 Miami-Dade police officers is suing the county for the return of a 5 percent health insurance premium the county collected for four years.
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- Rothstein's CFO Pleads Not Guilty To Money Laundering
- Final Approval Awaited On Delray Beach Yacht Club Project
- Miami Shareholder Named Co-Chair Of Key Greenberg Group
- Agents Sue Sony And FIFA World Cup SuperSong Winner Elijah King
- Prosecutors Must Turn Over Docs In Billionaire Sex Offender Jeffrey Epstein Case
Verdicts, Dealmakers and Commercial Real Estate
Business of Law
Miami shareholder Yosbel Ibarra has been named co-chair of Greenberg Traurig's Latin American and Iberian practice group, sharing duties with shareholder Patricia Menendez-Cambo.
Continuing its expansion, Carlton Fields Jorden Burt has headed west, opening an office in Los Angeles, its 11th nationally.
Litigation and Bar Discipline
A Miami-Dade jury has awarded $5.7 million to a child who was sexually abused on a bus and at Downtown Miami Charter School.
The GM bankruptcy has thrown a curve ball in the mushrooming litigation over recalled vehicles.
Once again, the Daily Business Review is recognizing the achievements of law firms litigation departments in Miami-Dade, Broward and Palm Beach counties as well as two lifetime achievement awards.
Trader Joe's in South Florida is a boon to the region, brokers and analysts say. Meanwhile, the industrial market is facing a squeeze thanks to growing demand from the logistics and international trade sector.