A blighted area north of downtown Miami is being targeted by developers after decades of being ignored.
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GrayRobinson is the latest law firm to jump into the medical marijuana business, launching a statewide regulated products practice group.
Carlos Loumiet, formerly a partner at DLA Piper, Hunton & Williams and Greenberg Traurig, has joined Broad and Cassel as a Miami partner.
A class action lawsuit has been filed in Miami-Dade Circuit Court against two Lexus dealerships and Toyota for defective dashboards.
A former co-owner has sued his business partner over a loan for the purchase of One Bal Harbour Hotel & Spa.
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.