Mishandling $500 in a landlord-tenant dispute led to a one-year suspension for attorney Michael E. Wynn.
Criminal charges could soon be in store for misbehaving condominium board members and managers.
Plaintiffs attorneys are catching defense lawyers off guard with this weird trick involving reverse mortgage foreclosures.
A Jupiter general contractor allegedly sent his father's caregiver to attend mediation on his behalf in a construction defect case.
Prosecutors indicted 16 South Floridians among 17 people accused of operating a vertically integrated mortgage fraud.
Attorney Steven M. Siegfried has a reputation for mentoring lawyers and advancing the practice of construction law.
Residents of a high-end Miami Beach community filed a 1 a.m. motion to intervene in litigation on the city's behalf, reframing a business owner's constitutional challenge into a zoning matter.
A state appellate court reversed itself on the application of Florida's lis pendens statute after a rehearing supported by several amicus briefs.
Berger Singerman partner Christopher Jarvinen and Meland Russin & Budwick partner Joshua Dobin helped a Florida shoe chain reorganize in bankruptcy as several retailers folded.
Foreclosure defense attorney Bruce Jacobs is taking on a new role in a Miami-Dade courtroom: political maneuverer.