A towering downtown Miami tourist attraction wants to get off the ground with $9 million in funding from Miami-Dade County--after previously promising a strictly private development.
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Plaintiffs are no longer on the winning side in the wrongful DUI death case against two Miccosukee tribe members.
Spirit Airlines Inc. brands itself as the ultra-low-cost carrier, while some consumers deride it as the nickel-and-dime-you-to-death airline. Those two perceptions are about to clash in a Miami courtroom.
The Daily Business Review presents the Women in Law recognition program, honoring women who have made a mark on the South Florida legal community.
Despite a stronger economy, law firms are reluctant to raise rates on cost-conscious clients.