Business of Law

Rendering of Kelley/Uustal Trial Attorneys' headquarters

Kelley/Uustal to Get New $10M High-Tech Law Office

By Julie Kay |

The Fort Lauderdale plaintiffs firm will move into a $10 million downtown office with a state-of-the-art mock courtroom.

Detra Shaw-Wilder, with Kozyak Tropin & Throckmorton

New South Florida Managing Partners: A More Diverse Group

By Julie Kay |

South Florida's new managing partners are a more diverse group than in the past and include several women and one African-American.

Debbie Orshefsky

Why This Veteran Greenberg Attorney is Heading to H&K

By Julie Kay |

Debbie Orshefsky, an institution at Greenberg Traurig and co-chair of its national land development practice, is leaving after 32 years to join Holland & Knight.

Kelley Kronenberg Opens Miami Office With 9 Lawyers

By Julie Kay |

On a growth trajectory, Plantation-based Kelley Kronenberg opens a Miami office with nine lawyers.

How the Carlton Fields Jorden Burt Merger Managed to Pay Off for the Miami and Tampa Firms

By Julie Kay |

A year after its merger, Carlton Fields Jorden Burt posted a 25 percent increase in gross revenue to $215.5 million and expects to rocket up the AmLaw 200 chart.

Ben Solomon and Michael A. Furshman

Association Law Group Expands to Fort Lauderdale

By Julie Kay |

Miami-based Association Law Group, a community association law firm, has expanded to Fort Lauderdale with its purchase of a new office.

Greenberg Traurig

Greenberg Traurig's 2014 Financial Results are 'a Sign of Health at the Firm'

By Julie Kay |

The low firm reported a 3.3 percent increase in gross revenue to $1.27 billion, reflecting marked improvement over a disappointing 2013.

Holland & Knight

History Making Year for Holland & Knight in 2014

By Julie Kay |

Holland & Knight made history in 2014 by topping the 1,000-lawyer mark helping the firm's revenue jump 10 percent to $689 million.

Net Income Rises 32 Percent at Greenspoon Marder

By Julie Kay |

Fort Lauderdale-based Greenspoon Marder had a strong year in 2014, reporting a 7 percent jump in gross revenue.

Akerman Sets a Revenue Record for a Law Firm, the $$ Is Impressive

By Julie Kay |

Florida's largest law firm reports a fourth-consecutive year of record-breaking financial results, including a jump in gross revenue of nearly 9 percent.

Shutts & Bowen Reports Record Revenue in Growth Year

By Samantha Joseph |

Shutts & Bowen pumps up revenue 3 percent to $136.5 million and pushes up profit per partner 6 percent.

Ex-Miami-Dade Judges Schumacher, Firtel Join Salmon & Dulberg

By Julie Kay |

Salmon & Dulberg has picked up two retired judges--Marc Schumacher and Leon Firtel--to add to its stable of mediators.

Francis E.

Shutts & Bowen Changes Miami Leadership

By Julie Kay |

Shutts & Bowen has named Francis "Frank" Rodriguez partner in charge of its Miami office, succeeding Steven Ebner.

Steven Brodie and Amy Furness

Carlton Fields Picks Two to Manage Miami

By Julie Kay |

Steven Brodie and Amy Furness have been named co-managing shareholders of Carlton Fields Jorden Burt's Miami office, replacing longtime office head Charles Rosenberg.