Law News

'Defendant's Motion is Off Point in all Respects.' Holland & Knight Lawyers Fire Back in Sanctions Request Fight

By Julie Kay |

Holland & Knight is strenuously fighting a request for sanctions in an online trademark infringement case it filed in Jacksonville.

Tamarina Restaurant located at 600 Brickell Ave.

Power Lunch: At Tamarina, 'They're Doing Things Just Right' (Slideshow)

By Eleazar David Melendez |

The Tamarina restaurant in Miami's Brickell Financial District is a designer niche with Italian leanings.

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Justice Department Investigates Florida Supreme Court on Bar Mental Health Screening

By Julie Kay |

The Department of Justice has opened an investigation into the Florida Supreme Court over its practice of screening Florida Bar applicants for mental health issues.

A Clear Message from Supreme Court on Pregnancy Discrimination

By Nicole Sieb Smith |

Treat your pregnant employees the same as than other employees based on their ability, or inability, to work, advises attorney Nicole Sieb Smith.

Kathleen M. Williams, U.S. District Judge and Hy Shapiro, of Hy Shapiro PA.

After Hours: Federal Bar Association's Judicial Reception

The South Florida chapter of the Federal Bar Association hosted its 34th annual judicial reception at the Hyatt Regency Miami.

Michael Wild, attorney with Wild Felice & Partners, PA, Ronnie Oller, owner, Parties By Ronnie O and Dr. Robert Oller of NSU Clinical Operations.

After Hours: 2015 Broward Child Advocacy Awards & Reception

Florida's Children First hosted the 2015 Broward Child Advocacy Awards & Reception at the Riverside Hotel in Fort Lauderdale to honor its Child Advocate of the Year, state Sen. Eleanor Sobel.

State House to Push Changes in Employee Health Insurance

By News Service of Florida |

The powerful House appropriations chairman wants to use upcoming budget negotiations with the Senate to push for revamping the state-employee health insurance program.

In Property Tax Disputes, Taxpayers Want Their Interest Back

By Noreen Marcus |

The Rennert Vogel law firm files a proposed class action for interest on Miami-Dade County property taxes when bills are disputed.

Miami Heat player Dwyane Wade with his sons Zaire Blessing Dwyane Wade and Zion Malachi Airamis Wade

Dwyane Wade Scores Against Ex-Wife in Bitter Custody Battle

By Samantha Joseph |

The Miami Heat star wins a visitation dispute in their longrunning child custody battle.

Michael Tein and Guy Lewis

3rd DCA Junks Tribal Lawsuit Against Lewis Tein Firm, Attorneys

By Samantha Joseph |

The Third District Court of Appeal rules the Miccosukee tribe has the right to sue nontribal members in state court-- but decides a lack of evidence justifies summary judgment on the racketeering lawsuit against Lewis Tein.

Major Trials Prompt Calls for Cameras in Federal Courtrooms

High-profile cases playing out in federal court are prosecuted on behalf of the American public, but the public has been largely barred from watching them.

The Statue of Liberty

Appeals Court Sets April Hearing on Obama Immigration Action

A court hearing has been set for April 17 on whether a temporary hold on President Barack Obama's immigration executive action should be lifted, a federal appeals court announced.

Auto Theft Claim Ends Up Costing State Farm $546,000

By Samantha Joseph |

Auto insurer State Farm lost a 12-year fight after denying a $25,000 auto theft claim by a couple in Miami Gardens.