May 21, 2013
Fugitive Lake Worth real estate attorney Timothy McCabe has been named in a fraud lawsuit claiming he ripped off a client on short sales.
iPhone users (and other Apple devotees), take note. A proposed class action seeks $5 million in damages against Apple over allegations that the company knew about a latent defect in the iPhone 4's power button and failed to disclose it.
The state Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services is arguing for a new trial in its Palm Beach County citrus canker class action case, which ended with a $19.2 million judgment.
Governor Rick Scott signed a bill late Monday night that will allow supervisors of elections to restore the early voting days he and the Legislature cut just two years earlier.
Arthur Usher was suspended from practice for three years for pursuing a romantic relationship with a summer law clerk and attempting to destroy her legal career when she rejected his advances.
A labrador retriever named Delilah was being a normal, playful dog when she toppled a professional canine photographer while romping with three other full-grown dogs, a court ruled.
A Las Vegas man has pleaded guilty to fraud charges in connection with the embezzlement of $5.6 million from Aventura-based Turnberry Associates the builder of residential high-rises in the Vegas area over nearly five years.
The Preserve at Palm Aire senior housing center in Pompano Beach has sold for more than $36 million.
A developer is suing an Orlando company and two law firms in Fort Lauderdale federal court for allegedly making off with a $1 million deposit for the purchase of a tower at Atlantic City's Trump Plaza, which the company didn't own.
Hedge funds such as Paulson & Co. and Maverick Capital are betting some of the companies worst hit by the U.S. housing crash will be among the biggest winners in the rebound.
Blackstone Group is considering an initial public offering of its Brixmor Property Group, taking advantage of a stock-market rally as it starts to sell real estate assets.
Host Hotels & Resorts' chief financial officer, Larry Harvey, is stepping down from his post, and his CFO responsibilities will go to Gregory Larson.
Software development is a geographically agnostic industry that may be growing in Florida, where tech companies historically have made limited contributions to the economy.
Carnival Corp. fell the most in more than 16 months after lowering its forecast for the rest of the year. The lower forecast demonstrates the continuing fallout from several incidents at sea involving ships operated by Miami-based Carnival that attracted news coverage.
State lawmakers unanimously passed a bill changing the state's 31-year-old limited liability company law to help Florida better compete with other states for new LLCs.
Jamie Dimon, the chairman and CEO of JPMorgan Chase, said last year's $6 billion trading loss had been expensive and "extremely embarrassing," but he also asked shareholders at the bank's annual meeting not to fixate on the issue.
Millions of Americans whose departure from the labor force since the start of the last recession adds a layer of complexity to the Federal Reserve's effort to attack unemployment by linking monetary policy to the jobless rate.
Microsoft is set to reveal the next generation of its Xbox entertainment console following eight years since the launch of the Xbox 360. The original Xbox debuted in 2001, and its high-definition successor premiered in 2005.
In this episode, John offers readers a buffet of tasty litigation stories in federal court ranging from robotic garages, the U.S. Supreme Court and Donald Trump.
Religion has been used for some pretty nefarious things over the course of history. But two South Florida landlords may have actually found a new low.
In this week's episode, CEO's are finding more and more that their golden parachutes won't open in bankruptcy.
It was a stressful week for America. Now that the nightmare is over, the politics and finger pointing begin. In this episode John calls for level-headed people and the authorities to do their jobs. Everyone else needs to chill.
Blackberry users, you might want to skip this week's episode as John takes some of his frustrations out as the technology in cell phones these days are fraught with litigation.
dbrTV spoke with Jacob Shprecher, vice president of Current Capital Group about how landlords are luring tenants into class B and C space and what Current Capital Group is doing specifically.
John Pacenti is back and you won't want to miss this episode full of drama and Spanish soap opera heroines. John discusses the case of Telemundo's telenovela El Rostro de Analia.
In this episode, John takes on the persona of Vito Corleone in the Godfather to discuss the "lack of respect" he has been shown thanks to falling viewership.
In a tough and competitive office market, dbrTV spoke with Brickell Bay Office Tower leasing director Christian Driussi on strategies he?s used to get his building nearly 100% leased.
In this episode, John's got some drugs for you. Well, actually, he doesn't, but Walgreen's does and the DEA doesn't like it one bit. John does wonder though, is it ok to discipline someone with a Taco Bell burrito?
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The next Super Bowl Miami can host is 2018
The NFL and Miami Dolphins said throughout the four-month push for public funding that Sun Life Stadium would not be awarded Super Bowl hosting honors in the immediate future without substantial upgrades at the Miami Gardens venue.
Tanya Brinkley Takes Oath As Second Black Woman On Miami-Dade Bench
Tanya Brinkley, who was nominated nine times to become a judge and finally won a countywide election for an open County Court seat.