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Wanted Man Attorney Disbarred, Six Others Disciplined

By Review staff |

An Oakland Park attorney who is wanted by the FBI was disbarred by the Florida Supreme Court. Six other South Florida attorneys also were disciplined.

Rothstein's GC Sentenced to Prison for Fraud

By Review staff |

David Boden, the former general counsel of Scott Rothstein's defunct law firm, was sentenced to 1½ years in federal prison for his insider role in the $1.2 billion fraud.

Zaccor Appointed as Broward Judge

By Samantha Joseph |

Gov. Rick Scott appointed longtime Assistant State Attorney Stephen Zaccor to the Broward County Court bench.

4th DCA

4th DCA Reverses, Remands Child-Support Case Against Political Consultant

By Samantha Joseph |

The Fourth DCA reversed a child-support ruling against a political consultant. Bryan G. Rudnick argued his annual gross income for child support was $156,435, but lost the case when a Palm Beach County court judge ruled his salary was closer to $497,000

Diversity Scorecard 2015

By Review staff |

Our annual look at diversity among South Florida law firms. This year, we focus on law firms catering to working moms and a law firm that is as diverse as South Florida.

Judge Gisele Pollack smiles at all the peolple who showed up to support her  at the Broward County Courthouse before pleading guilty to DUI charges stemming from her arrest.

"Pay it Back," Broward PD Howard Finkelstein Hires Ex-Judge Gisele Pollack

By Eleazar David Melendez |

Former Broward County Court Judge Gisele Pollack, who resigned as the Florida Supreme Court was mulling removing her from the bench, finds a new job with the Broward public defender's office.

04/2012-- GrayRobinson in Miami.

GrayRobinson Annual Revenue, Profit Per Partner Up 2%

By Samantha Joseph |

The Florida law firm generates $142 million in revenue, with growth driven by improvement in its real estate and financial services practices.

Miami-Dade Circuit Judge Wendell Graham

Judge Graham Let Violin Pave His Way to Bench

By Carlos Harrison |

Miami-Dade County Court Judge Wendell Graham really wanted to play guitar, but his only choice was the violin, which allowed him to become the first black student at Ransom Everglades School.

Sunset falls over the Florida Supreme Court building

What is Intercourse? Seriously! Florida Supreme Court Ponders It

By News Service of Florida |

When the Florida Supreme Court hears arguments in a Monroe County case next week, it will consider what might seem a bizarre question: What is the definition of sexual intercourse?

Cruise Ship Fire Highlights Need to Revisit Safety Issues

By Charles Lipcon |

A deadly engine room fire on the Oceania Cruises' Insignia prompts some common-sense reminders to passengers about how to stay safe on board cruise ships.

Area 31 Terrace area overlooks the Miami River in the Epic Hotel

Power Lunch: At Epic's Area 31, It's All About the View

By Eleazar David Melendez |

On the terrace, "the stellar view by itself makes it unique," says Mika Mattingly, a commercial real estate broker who likes to power-lunch with out-of-town clients at Area 31.

Lida Rodriguez-Taseff and Kevin Vance with Duane Morris.

Bankruptcy Judge Slaps Sanction on Duane Morris Attorney Rodriguez-Taseff

By Samantha Joseph |

Miami attorney Lida Rodriguez-Taseff has received an interim sanction barring her from practicing in the Southern District of Florida's bankruptcy court until April 30.

Deborah Tyson and Darlene Barron, attorneys with Gunster in Fort Lauderdale

After Hours: Broward County Bar Association Luncheon

The Broward County Bar Association hosted a West Broward Section CLE luncheon at Deicke Auditorium in Plantation.