On the eve of trial, the SEC reached a settlement with George Levin, the owner of the main feeder fund for Scott Rothstein's $1.2 billion Ponzi scheme.
- Rothstein Investor Seeks Reversal of Arbitration Order
- State Seeks Fine Against 2 Miami Companies for Unlicensed Mortgage Work
- Court Rejects Permit for Miami Midtown Wal-Mart Store UPDATED
- All Private Development? Not So Fast! Miami's Skyrise Wants Public County Funds
- Meet Alexander Martini, FIU Law Grad and Top Scorer on Bar Exam
- Judge Nixes $83M Settlement With Developers of Failed Fontainebleau Las Vegas UPDATED
Attorneys at Carlton Fields Jorden Burt are introducing a new blog geared to trial, appellate and in-house counsel managing litigation.
Howard Talenfeld, one of the nation's preeminent children's rights attorneys, is leaving Colodny Fass to launch his own firm focusing on the representation of abused and neglected children.
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.