A wake is set for Monday evening for retired Miami-Dade Circuit Judge Jorge Rodriguez-Chomat, with a funeral service scheduled for Tuesday.
Former Miami-Dade Circuit Judge Jorge Rodriguez-Chomat is dying after a nine-year battle with cancer, according to his son.
A tobacco case took a strange turn when attorneys focused on the race and gender of two white men struck from the jury.
Rival luxury real estate auction houses tussle over defamation.
Bad news for Miami-based Pinnacle Housing Group LLC: A state appellate court refused to lift a suspension order barring it from receiving public funds.
Coffey Trial Law attorneys secured a $4.7 million verdict against Tricam Industries Inc. and Home Depot USA Inc. for a client who fell from a ladder.
The Fourth District Court of Appeal rules that investors suing David Stern cannot pursue their case in state court after being dismissed by a federal judge.
A divided court ruled against investors who claimed lenders duped them into purchasing 123 rundown condos.
Gary Fox of Stewart Tilghman won a $7.9 million verdict for a grandmother who suffered a paralyzing stroke.
A bit of good news for embattled West Palm Beach-based Ocwen Loan Servicing: Its customer satisfaction score rose 11 points, according to a J.D. Power ranking.