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Coming back from the brink of financial ruin, Sergio Pino is rebuilding his empire one townhouse at a time.

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Board of Contributors

  • With Ruling, It's Time to Revisit Municipal Sign Ordinances

    By Susan Trevarthen

    The U.S. Supreme Court review of an Arizona town's sign ordinance should prompt other governments to take another look at their own regulations, writes attorney Susan Trevarthen.

  • Startups May Be Unaware of Arbitration Options

    By Gabriella Morello and Yara Lorenzo

    Startup entrepreneurs may got caught up with the details of their new business ventures but shouldn't forget about writing arbitration clauses into their contracts, write attorneys Gabriella Morello and Yara Lorenzo.

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Special Reports

  • Litigation Support: Litigators Get Tech-Savvy to Stay Ahead

    By Noreen Marcus

    Depending on the size and importance of a case, litigators and their firms are staking significant resources on sophisticated gadgetry and the personnel and vendors who supply it.

  • Focus Latin America: Is Cuba Open for Business?

    American companies are eager to work in Cuba, but legal experts warn that many risks remain. Businesses and law firms across the country are trying to figure out a way to grab a piece of the Cuban pie. However, some with experience on Cuba are wary.

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