A Greenberg Traurig attorney who specializes in stadium deals said the proposal to bring Major League Soccer to Miami is likely to seek public financing even if the backers insist otherwise.
- Broward Looks To Move Free Trade Zone Off Waterfront
- No Insurance Claim Allowed For Dead Neighbor's Body Fluids
- Police Union Chief: More Miami Cops Less Private Security At Ultra
- Parking, Street Closures Key Points of Miami Worldcenter Meeting
- $3.15 Million Award Vacated in Dispute over Painting
- Police Union Sues Miami-Dade Over Health Premium
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
4th DCA Judge Melanie G. May painted an unpleasant but unrecoverable scenario for the woman whose walls were contaminated with her dead neighbor's body fluids.
A state appellate court has ordered a hearing to determine if documents used in a lawsuit involving a painting by Italian artist Modigliani were fraudulent.
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.