Rule Considering How CRAs Can Spend? Miami-Dade Considering It

Miami-Dade County Commissioner Daniella Levine Cava is offering new rules to limit spending by community redevelopment agencies on funding for private developments.

Verdicts, Dealmakers and Commercial Real Estate

Business of Law

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Litigation and Bar Discipline

  • Florida Supreme Court Tackles Juvenile Sentencing

    By Noreen Marcus

    Stephen Harper, supervising attorney for the death penalty clinic at Florida International University College of Law, said the Florida Supreme Court's "fundamental holding is that no matter what the situation, kids are different."

  • Palm Beach Judge Backs Off Speed-Up Rule UPDATED

    By Samantha Joseph

    A judge withdraws a move intended to speed up review of motions in foreclosure and other civil cases.

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On Appeal

  • Posner Estate Winding Down After 13-Year Battle

    By Noreen Marcus

    The Third District Court of Appeals may have finally ended 13 years of fighting over the $195 million-plus estate of corporate raider Victor Posner, who died in 2002 at age 83.

  • Judge Watson's War Escalates in Florida Supreme Court

    By Noreen Marcus

    Broward Circuit Judge Laura Watson is rolling out the heavy weapons in her war with state regulators. The judge is battling a platoon of prominent lawyers to keep the judicial seat she won in November 2012.

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Board of Contributors

  • Before the Point of No Return: Early Case Evaluation

    By Joseph P. Farina

    Retired Miami-Dade Chief Circuit Judge Joseph P. Farina says one of the best kept secrets of optimizing preparation for resolving disputes—unfortunately underutilized and yet most beneficial—is early neutral evaluation.

  • Supreme Court Ruling Unclear Whether Employers Must Provide Light Duty to Pregnant Employees

    By Suhaill Morales

    On March 25, the U.S. Supreme Court issued its Young v. UPS opinion, ruling that an employee should have her day in court to determine whether United Parcel Service Inc. violated the Pregnancy Discrimination Act when it denied the employee's request for a light-duty work accommodation when she was pregnant and restricted from heavy lifting.

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Special Reports

  • What If? Trademarks and a Possible End to the Cuban Embargo

    By David Friedland

    With monumental changes on the horizon as diplomatic discussions focus on the potential end of the U.S. trade embargo with Cuba, one of the issues to watch is trademarks.

  • Going Up! New Partners 2014-2015

    By Review staff

    Numbers are up for new partners in South Florida in 2014, both for promotions and laterals. Credit for the rosy trend goes to a hot legal market, particular in real estate and corporate work.

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