An Orlando man is suing three Shutts & Bowen attorneys, claiming they won a foreclosure trial by misleading the judge.
- The 2014 Rising Stars
- Appeals Court: Skip Armed Barbershop Raids for License Checks
- 350-Unit Project Gets Underway in Pompano Beach
- Steelbridge Makes $15 Million on Cypress Financial Center
- Miami-based Bijoux Turner Retail Chain Hit with $8.5M Award
- SEC Gets Freeze in Alleged Ponzi Targeting South-Dade Investors
Eric Rapkin succeeds David Ristaino, who is leaving the join a Miami health care client as general counsel.
Locke Lord and Edwards Wildman Palmer have tentatively agreed to push forward with a potential merger that would create Locke Lord Edwards, a 1,076-lawyer firm.
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.
Costa Farms in Miami doesn't like the state's proposed lottery system and says it gives out-of-state businesses an advantage over Florida growers.
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.