The Florida Supreme Court hears arguments about sealed court documents produced by a political consultant in Florida's congressional redistricting fight.
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Miami partner Jeffrey Shapiro is set to become the first non-Chicago chair of Arnstein & Lehr.
Greenberg Traurig has recruited real estate partner Christina Rogers from McKenna Long & Aldridge to build a real estate practice for its Atlanta office.
Bar judge says L.A. lawyer was warned about website shots showing her with the likes of Obama and Clooney.
Ford Motor Co. and a parts supplier prevailed in a product liability case in West Palm Beach federal court against a woman suing on behalf of her incapacitated daughter.
The Daily Business Review is proud to announce our second class of Rising Stars—a selection of young South Florida lawyers who are making a difference in the community and will continue to do so in the future.
The industrial market shows some signs of recovery as two high-profile transactions are early signs the South Florida's industrial market is reviving, but the region's landlords are still being pressed to hand out concessions to lure tenants.