U.S. Magistrate Judge Jonathan Goodman cited rock 'n' roll and country lyrics in his ruling on a noise ordinance dispute in Miami Beach.
Sixteen homeless plaintiffs filed suit in federal court against Fort Lauderdale, claiming the city violated their constitutional rights by trashing their possessions.
A federal judge in D.C. has cleared the way for Miami attorney Carlos Loumiet to bring Bivens and FTCA claims against the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency and investigators.
Plaintiffs claim Miami developers David and Michael Adler squeezed an Israeli company out of royalties and licensing fees for a technology converting coaxial cable to fiber optics.
Q Club Hotel LLC appeared cornered when condominium owners won class certification in a suit over soaring maintenance fees.
Coral Springs attorney Mitchel Chusid filed a class action lawsuit to force Blue Cross and Blue Shield Association to cover his wife's $15,600-per-month cancer medication.
A business owner looking to occupy space in two commercial buildings in Opa-locka said he paid thousands extra to city officials seeking bribes.
A new lawsuit filed in federal court in Miami accuses Burger King Corp. of deceiving lenders.
A class action lawsuit filed in Fort Lauderdale alleges a company used lead-scraping software to send unsolicited text messages to real estate professionals.
Bad news for a real estate investor who assumed an enforceable arbitration clause compelled a trial court to dismiss fraud claims against him.