Palm Beach Circuit Judge Robin Rosenberg receives U.S. Senate approval to fill the seat vacated by Adalberto Jordan, who now serves in federal appellate court.
- It's Getting Ugly Now In One Bal Harbour. Partner Wants $17.5 Million For Fraud
- Selling Home Without Listing It? A Lot More Do It Than You Might Think
- Miami Makes Mark By Hearing Panama Canal Dispute
- GrayRobinson Jumps On Marijuana Bandwagon With New Practice Group
- Carlos Loumiet Moves To Broad And Cassel
- Lawsuit: Florida Heat Spells Trouble For Lexus Dashboards
Carlos Loumiet, formerly a partner at DLA Piper, Hunton & Williams and Greenberg Traurig, has joined Broad and Cassel as a Miami partner.
Aereo, the television-over-the-Internet service that suspended operations after the Supreme Court ruled against it, is refusing to disband for good.
The European Union court said citizens have a right to be forgotten when Internet searches throw up results that are "inadequate, irrelevant, no longer relevant, or excessive."
Five partners turn on each other in a dispute over a $109 million mortgage to develop a waterfront resort in Naples.
- A Summer Surprise: Obama, Rubio And Cruz Agree On Gay Federal Judge Appointments
- Justice Watch: South Florida Feeling Brunt Of Immigration Crisis
- Ethics Commission Finds 'Appearance Of Impropriety" By Judicial Candidate
- Related Spends $90 Million On W Fort Lauderdale Condo Hotel Units
In international arbitration, who wins? It's Miami v. Atlanta and both cities are competing for the same title: "Top international arbitration venue of the Southeast."
Are trial attorneys going the way of the dinosaur? Trial numbers continue to plummet across the board due to arbitration, mediation, high criminal sentences and even technology.