An Israeli entrepreneur buying up downtown Miami retail scores again with a $4.5 million deal at 17 E. Falgler St.
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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.
The Fourth District Court of Appeal rules for homeowners on when bad faith claims are ready but cautioned the new interpretation may be ready for review by the Legislature.
Homeowners facing foreclosure use claims of a botched auction to block a sale by their lender. 'The same objection could potentially be made in hundreds or perhaps thousands of foreclosures,' attorney Joseph R. Gosz said.
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.
As foreign capital floods into the South Florida market through the EB-5 visa program, South Florida's retail market shines, while hospitality real estate from iconic luxury properties to rundown mom-and-pop operations is attracting investor interest.