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Rothstein Financial Adviser Faces up to 5 Years on Guilty Plea

By Samantha Joseph |

Financial adviser Michael Szafranski pleads guilty to mail fraud conspiracy for posing as an independent watchdog for investors caught in Scott Rothstein's $1.2 billion Ponzi scheme.

Donald Trump.

'You're Disgusting,' Trump Told Attorney Seeking Breast-Pumping Break

By Celia Ampel |

Miami attorney Elizabeth Beck outraged celebrity developer Donald Trump by asking for a break in a 2011 deposition to pump breast milk for her 3-month-old baby.

ontainebleau in Miami Beach

Court: Daughter of Fontainebleau Heir's Killer-Wife Can Inherit

By Samantha Joseph |

The daughter of a woman who killed her husband, Fontainebleau hotel heir Ben Novack Jr., and mother-in-law can inherit his fortune if they overcome one more challenge from his relatives, a state appeals court rules.

At 789 Ft. the Four Seasons Hotel is the tallest building in Florida

Kenny Nachwalter is Moving to Brickell to Avoid, Get This, Traffic

By Eleazar David Melendez |

Litigation boutique Kenny Nachwalter is moving from downtown Miami in part to avoid traffic, its broker says.

Room for Discretion: Appeals Court Spurns Key Biscayne Developer

By Celia Ampel |

The Third District Court of Appeal rules for the village of Key Biscayne after it rejected a developer's proposed site plan.

State Tells Seminole Tribe: Prepare to End Blackjack at Casinos

Florida and the Seminole Tribe of Florida seem headed for a showdown about the operation of the tribe's successful casinos.

Special Report: Cuba

By Julie Kay |

For more than a year, no bank was willing to become Cuba's official bank in the United States--until a small community bank based in Pompano Beach stepped up.

Sacked! Indictment Puts End to $2.7M Scheme Claiming NFL, Online Gaming Ties

By Celia Ampel |

Eight South Floridians are charged with securities fraud after allegedly taking millions of dollars from elderly people who thought they were investing in legitimate sports and gambling firms.

Amid Allegations he stalked and Threatened his Mother, National Enquirer Heir Can Get His Guns Back

By Samantha Joseph |

Attorney Mike Pike convinced a Palm Beach circuit judge to drop a weapons ban against National Enquirer heir Paul Pope, who was the target of an injunction obtained after he was accused of stalking his mother.

Cynthia Johnson-Stacks Chairs Bar Board

By Celia Ampel |

The Miami-Dade assistant county attorney has been tapped to lead the board that oversees the Bar's board certification, continuing legal education accreditation and compliance programs.

A ship floats amongst a sea of spilled oil in the Gulf of Mexico after the BP Deepwater Horizon oil spill disaster.

Judge: BP Payouts to Local Entities to Start Soon for Spill

A federal judge says BP will begin paying up to $1 billion in settlements to compensate local governments across the Gulf Coast for lost tax revenue and other economic damages they blame on the company's 2010 oil spill.

Personal Injury Special Report

Our experts take on what implications does discovery from Facebook and social media have on personal injury cases, can landlords help protect tenants from targeted attacks and how travelers can use a simple tip to protect themselves when accidents strike abroad.

Oops! How a Mistake Cost Bank of America in Foreclosure Case

By Samantha Joseph |

The Fourth District Court of Appeal rules Bank of America made a costly mistake and subtracted $196,000 in interest before affirming the foreclosure.

Criminal defense lawyer Richard Houlihan

Confusion Reigns in Stand Your Ground Decisions

By Noreen Marcus |

Criminal defense attorney Richard Houlihan said it is likely the Florida Supreme Court will take an interest in whether confusion over Stand Your Ground jury instructions creates reversible error.

Uber iPhone app.

What's the Impact of Rulings Classifying Uber Drivers as Employees?

By Michael T. Landen |

Employers will face added costs if rulings in Florida and California are allowed to stand, writes attorney Michael T. Landen.

 Gov. Rick Scott

Florida Gov. Scott at Odds Again With Fellow Republicans

The battle over the budget and Medicaid expansion, which resulted in a rare special session in June to reach a final deal, damaged the governor's ability to win approval of his top priorities and his campaign promises.

The 2015 A-List: The New Elite

Find out which firms made the grade in our annual survey of the best of the well-rounded best in Big Law.

Michael Goldberg

Trustee Gives Rothstein Victims Nearly $93 Million

By Julie Kay |

Liquidating trustee Michael Goldberg says his job is nearly done after writing checks for more than $90 million to victims of Scott Rothstein's $1.2 billion Ponzi scheme.

David Oscar Markus and Margot Moss

Attorneys Win Acquittal for Man Who Received Molly Shipment

By Celia Ampel |

David O. Markus and Margot Moss won an acquittal for a client who was accused of ordering the drug methylone, known as "Molly," over the Internet from China.

Judge Zaccor Always Wanted to be a Prosecutor

By Carlos Harrison |

Broward County Court Judge Stephen Zaccor started trying cases at the Broward state attorney's office as a third-year law student and was hired there after graduation.

Michael Olin, Carlos Velasquez, Randy Rosenblum, client Carmenza Merino, Alex Alvarez and Robert Philipson

Team Wins $14.5 Million Verdict for Broward Smoker

By Julie Kay |

A 66-year-old west Broward woman who developed oral cancer from smoking obtained a $14.5 million verdict against Philip Morris USA in Miami-Dade Circuit Court.

Board of Ed Approves College Performance Funding

By News Service of Florida |

A new performance-funding system for state colleges was approved Thursday by the State Board of Education, the latest step in Florida officials' drive to tie money for higher education to how well institutions and their students do.

New Foreclosure Climate Brings Law Firm Casualties

By Lizzy McLellan and David Gialanella |

Nearly eight years after the subprime mortgage crisis violently shook the U.S. economy, law firms representing lenders and servicers in foreclosure actions are continuing to feel aftershocks that are sometimes fatal.

Seasalt and Pepper restaurant at 422 NW N. River Dr.

Miami's Seaspice Settles Hedge Fund Investor's Lawsuit

By Julie Kay |

Popular Miami River eatery Seaspice has settled another lawsuit brought by a California investor that was seeking 30 percent equity in the restaurant.

Joe Grant

It's a Miracle! Both Sides Win in Unique Foreclosure Solution

By Samantha Joseph |

Attorney Joey Michael Grant helped work a solution where a congregation in need of a building bought the note of a church facing foreclosure.

U.S. Supreme Court building

Religious Freedom of Expression in the Workplace

By Cheryl Wilke |

The U.S. Supreme Court places the burden on the employer to show that an inquiry—not about religion but about policy—is made at the time of hire, writes attorney Cheryl Wilke.

Pot Petition Is Headed to Supervisors

By News Service of Florida |

Supporters of a proposed constitutional amendment that would legalize medical marijuana this week sent 100,000 petitions to county elections supervisors, one of the first steps in getting the proposal before voters next year.

Dependency Pleas From Alien Minors Is on the Rise

By News Service of Florida |

In a type of case a South Florida appeals court said has become increasingly common, the court Wednesday rejected a legal-dependency request for a Guatemalan teen who entered the United States as an undocumented immigrant.

McDermott Partners With Spanish Firm for Foray Into Cuba

By Nell Gluckman |

McDermott Will & Emery has become the latest Am Law 100 firm to target opportunities stemming from the renewal of U.S. diplomatic relations with Cuba, forging an alliance with Spanish firm Olleros Abogados to advise clients on Cuba-related matters from Madrid.

4th DCA

State Farm Loses $167,000 Award Against Hard-to-Locate Driver

By Samantha Joseph |

State Farm loses an epic game of cat and mouse against a driver it chased down for three years to serve with court papers.

Debate Stirs Over Letting Lawyers Practice in Florida Without Taking Bar Exam

By Julie Kay |

Fireworks are expected when the issue of whether Florida should allow lawyers from other states to practice here without taking the Bar exam is discussed at Friday's Florida Bar Board of Governors meeting.

Review Honors Young Lawyers Who Are Rising Stars

By Review staff |

The Daily Business Review announces its 2015 class for Rising Stars—a selection of South Florida lawyers under the age of 40 who are making a difference in the community and will continue to do so in the future.

$10.5 Million Award for Family of Woman Who Smoked 21 Different Brands

By Celia Ampel |

A Broward jury awarded $10.5 million to the family of a smoker who died of lung cancer, assigning $3 million each in punitive damages to R.J. Reynolds, Lorillard and Philip Morris.

Lewis Murphy

Stroock Adds Partner from Squire Patton Boggs

By Julie Kay |

On an expansion tear in Miami, Stroock & Stroock & Lavan has added new litigation partner Lewis Murphy.

The First District Court of Appeal, Tallahassee

Appeals Court Backs Controversial MedMal Change

By News Service of Florida |

The First District Court of Appeal has upheld the constitutionality of a controversial change in Florida's medical-malpractice laws, ruling in part that some privacy rights are "waived" when people pursue malpractice lawsuits.

.Law Domain Soon Available for Lawyers as ALM Becomes Early Adopter

By Ed Silverstein |

Lawyers will soon be able to get “.law” domain names as a way to be distinctive and grow their brand.

Web-Only Businesses Not Liable for Inaccessible Websites

By Anne Marie Estevez and Stephanie Schuster |

Many businesses with consumer-facing websites are realizing that they need to investigate potential accessibility issues and compliance efforts now, according to attorneys Anne Marie Estevez and Stephanie Schuster.

Red-Light Camera Ruling on Rental-Car Driver Challenged

By News Service of Florida |

The city of Fort Lauderdale urged the Florida Supreme Court to overturn a ruling that found part of a red-light camera law unconstitutional.

Attorney Says Rapid Growth of Aviation Brings New Litigation Concerns

By Celia Ampel |

Podhurst Orseck aviation attorney Steve Marks has cleared a lot of hurdles to win hundreds of millions of dollars for plane crash victims in the past 25 years.

Peter Berlowe and Daniel Vielleville

She Left Cargill and Got Severance. Problem Was, it Wasn't Paid in US Dollars

By Julie Kay |

Attorneys Daniel Vielleville and Peter Berlowe represent a Weston resident who received a severance package in Venezuelan bolivars instead of dollars.

Connect Your iPhone to Your Car's Stereo? Suit Says Automaker is Infringing on Patents

By John Council |

"They just took his magic little box, and they put it into their system,'' said Alfred Fabricant, who represents Blitzsafe Texas in a patent infringement suit filed against six major foreign automakers in the Eastern District over a device that integrates music players into car stereos.

Sigrid McCawley and Lauren Fleischer Louis

The Au Pair Program is Broken and Here's How They Plan on Fixing it

By Celia Ampel |

Boies Schiller attorneys Sigrid S. McCawley and Lauren Fleischer Louis are part of a legal team claiming sponsor organizations have colluded to keep au pair wages at $4.35 an hour.

Are Proposed Gambling Rules Headed for a Showdown?

By News Service of Florida |

At least two years in the making, proposed pari-mutuel regulations continue to leave industry operators divided, with some saying the rules don't go far enough and others complaining that the plan will put them out of business.

Andy Gardiner

Session Set for August to Redraw Congressional Lines

By News Service of Florida |

Senate President Andy Gardiner and House Speaker Steve Crisafulli have sent a joint memo to lawmakers announcing that a court-ordered special session to redraw eight of the state's 27 congressional districts will begin Aug. 10.

E-Discovery a ‘Stain’ on the Legal System

By Erin E. Harrison |

Logikcull CEO Andy Wilson says it's time to end e-discovery in the form it exists today.

Sunset falls over the Florida Supreme Court building

Attorneys Ask Florida Justices to Reconsider Raising Bar Dues

By Celia Ampel |

A group of 522 attorneys is asking the Florida Supreme Court to reconsider its 4-3 ruling denying a petition allowing the Florida Bar board of governors to increase annual dues by up to $100.

Florida Capital

Now for the Hard Part: Redistricting

By Noreen Marcus |

The Florida Supreme Court gave the Legislature 100 days to redraw eight districts and realign the boundaries of about 14 more, get voters to vet the new map and submit it to the court, which will oversee the process.

Lone Black Man in Confederate Group Defends Heritage

Al McCray knows many people don't understand his defense of the Confederate flag and Confederate States of America. "I understand the true nature of the war, and slavery was not the primary issue," he said. "It was an issue of northern aggression and northern imperialism."

House Nightclub in Wynwood

Why Miami's House Nightclub is Picking a Fight With City of Miami

By Eleazar David Melendez |

As if battles with financial backers, its landlord and neighbors weren't enough, the club is battling the city for the right to keep its doors open.

Julie Braman Kane

Coral Gables Attorney Is President-Elect of Plaintiffs Bar Group

By Julie Kay |

Julie Braman Kane, a partner at Colson Hicks Eidson, is set to lead the American Association for Justice, a national plaintiffs trial lawyer advocacy and lobbying group.

Deborah Baker-Egozi, Stephen Bongini, Ileana Cruz, A. Sheila Oretsky

After Hours: Florida Association for Women Lawyers

The Florida Association for Women Lawyers hosted its 35th annual installation and awards dinner at Jungle Island.

Miami-Dade Probate Division Moving Again but Will Stay Cramped

By Celia Ampel |

Miami-Dade Circuit Court's probate division will soon move out of its cramped temporay quarters, but even the new location is a temporary fix.

 Judge Laura Anne Stuzin

Jury Service Persuades Attorney to Apply for Judgeship

By Carlos Harrison |

Miami-Dade County Court Judge Laura Anne Stuzin finished a day in court as an alternate juror and grabbed an application for a judicial opening.

U.S. Food and Drug Administration main campus building.

FDA Shuts Down Miami-Area Blood Bank for Multiple Violations

Federal authorities have suspended the license of a Miami-area blood bank for violations that include improperly notifying donors who may have been HIV-positive.

Trainer with Orca in SeaWorld, San Diego

SeaWorld Suspends Worker Accused of Posing as PETA Activist

SeaWorld suspended an employee accused of posing for years as an animal-rights activist and trying to incite violence among peaceful protesters, company officials said.

Legal System Fails Domestic Violence Victims

By Mike Ryan |

A Broward County committee recommends changing the injunction process for victims of domestic violence, starting with more locations to seek stay-away orders, writes attorney Mike Ryan.

Meenu Sasser

Judge Meenu Sasser Ejected From Smoker Case for Bias

By Samantha Joseph |

Citing an alleged grudge over a missed chance at a federal judgeship, a state appeals court disqualifies Palm Beach Ciircuit Judge Meenu Sasser from a tobacco case.

Alan J. Kluger displaying the piece by Esterio Segura titled

Miami Law Firm Sues USAA, Another Firm Over Contract Cut

By Celia Ampel |

Herssein Law Group blames the firing of 15 employees in Miami and Tampa on an alleged breach of contract by United Services Automobile Association for PIP defense work.

Marlins Park

Pay Ball! Why Miami Marlins Sued Real Estate Investor

By Eleazar David Melendez |

Miami Beach investor Sam Herzberg has made millions in the real estate boom, but a lawsuit claims he's shorting the Miami Marlins on a bill for season tickets.

Judge Orders Redistricting Wrapped Up by Late September

By News Service of Florida |

Pointing to a time crunch, a Leon County circuit judge gave the Florida Legislature little more than two months to draw new congressional districts and to defend them in court.

EEOC Challenges UPS Bans on Beards, Long Hair

The lawsuit in federal court in Brooklyn alleges several employees—including Rastafarians in Florida—were victims of religious discrimination in the past decade by the nation's largest package delivery company.

Business Leaders: Check Your Pay Practices Before Government Does

By Steve Muscatello |

It's better to be on the safe side and review pay practices than get an unannounced Labor Department audit, writes attorney Steve Muscatello.

Miami-Dade Judge Leifman Recognized for Mental Health Work

By Celia Ampel |

The judge is the recipient of Florida's first Chief Justice Award for Judicial Excellence.

Thomas Ice

Investor Kept Out of Foreclosure Case; Dissent Calls for Sanctions Against Thomas Ice

By Samantha Joseph |

A state appeals panel barred a bankruptcy real estate buyer from a foreclosure case involving the same property, and a dissenter calls for sanctions against the buyer's lawyer, Thomas Ice.

11th Circuit Judge Charles R. Wilson

Lawyers' Debt-Collection Work in Court Can Subject Them to Liability Under Federal Law, Panel Says

By Alyson M. Palmer |

Debt-collection lawyers can be liable under federal fair collections law for their work in court, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit has ruled.

Loreal A. Arscott, Esq.

Voluntary Bars Pushing for More Black Judges in South Florida

By Julie Kay |

Five black bar associations in South Florida have formed a judicial diversity committee to increase the numbers of blacks on the bench.

Bad news for Searcy Denney: Firm Can Collect $100k, not $2.5M it Expected

By Samantha Joseph |

It looks like Searcy Denney Scarola Barnhart & Shipley won't be collecting a $2.5 million payday in a medical malpractice law litigated since 1999.

Innovation Awards Honor Technology Leaders, Law Firms

By LTN Staff |

Wrapping up Legaltech West 2015, 26 vendors, lawyers and technologists were recognized at the 2015 Innovation Awards in San Francisco.

The Century Tower at the University of Florida

Second Amendment Group Argues for Guns in University of Florida Dorms

By News Service of Florida |

The Second Amendment should supersede a Florida law that bans firearms from state university housing, a gun-rights group argued before seemingly skeptical appellate judges.

How Chinese Demand for EB-5 Visas Has Slowed Things Down

By Samantha Joseph |

They're eager to invest in real estate, but a backlog might lead Chinese investors to delay deals under the EB-5 visa program.

 Gov. Rick Scott

Governor Signs Construction Defect Law Amendments

By Gary M. Stein and K. Stefan Chin |

Amendments change the notice requirements under a dispute resolution mechanism in construction defect cases, write attorneys Gary M. Stein and K. Stefan Chin.

Airlines Fly Afoul of US Antitrust Boss Who Fought Mergers

A decade of mergers has led to four major U.S. airlines and a problem for the government that blessed those deals: how to rein in behavior that may amount to collusion.

The 2015 GC Compensation Survey

By Rebekah Mintzer |

Who's the leader of the club? Stock options and equity in general stage a comeback in this year's General Counsel Compensation survey.

Judge Diane E. Bessen

Lawyer Wants Case Ended So He Can Appeal Sanctions

By Greg Land |

Seven months after his client settled out of a case, a Florida attorney whose pro hac vice admission privileges were strictly limited by a Fulton County State Court judge who found that he had made misleading statements has sued to get the case closed so he can appeal his punishment.

Partners Plead Guilty in $65M Miami Mortgage Fraud

By Eleazar David Melendez |

Two partners in a real estate development and finance company and a senior underwriter plead guilty to wire fraud conspiracy charges.

Smoker's Jury Delivers Record $13 Million Award Against R.J. Reynolds

By Celia Ampel |

A team of South Florida attorneys wins the award for the family of a smoker who died of oral cancer.

Greenberg Traurig

Greenberg Traurig Opening Berlin Office With 50 Lawyers

By Julie Kay |

Greenberg Traurig will open its 38th office and fourth in Europe this fall by taking over the Berlin office of London-based Olswang.

Time's Up for Condo Owners Attacking Developer's Amendment

By Michael L. Hyman |

The clock starts ticking on a statute of limitations challenging a developer's actions when their building's association is turned over by the developer to the unit owners, attorney Michael L. Hyman writes about a state appeals court opinion.

Disrupted: Exploring the Five Forces Changing the Legal Landscape

By Zach Warren |

Futurists and e-discovery experts talk changing legal processes, new e-discovery technologies and more at Legaltech West panel.

Lawsuit: Spirit Airlines Put Too Much Credit Card Info on Receipts

By Celia Ampel |

Miramar-based Spirit Airlines is facing two class actions for allegedly printing more credit card information on customer receipts than federal law allows.

Disabled Cruise Passenger Claims He Was Ejected From Tender

By Julie Kay |

A quadriplegic on a Celebrity ship is suing in Miami federal court after his wheelchair was removed from a tender to keep him off a shoreside excursion.

Not So Fast: New ID Rules for Check Cashing in South Florida

By Celia Ampel |

The federal government is requiring South Florida check cashers to ask for extra identification from people cashing federal income tax refund checks larger than $1,000.

Attorney Osvaldo Miranda Diaz provides an overview of the Cuban legal system describing the role of lawyers in Cuba and the legal services provided at his firm, Cuban Law Collective.

In Hot Water for Speaking Out Against the Regime, Cuban Lawyer Gets Scholarship to Duke

By Julie Kay |

Osvaldo Miranda Diaz so impressed the lawyers he met last month on a trip organized by the Florida Bar's international law section to Cuba that one obtained a scholarship for him to attend Duke University School of Law.

RealtyTrac: Zombie Foreclosures Decline in South Florida

By Samantha Joseph |

The improving economy and better lender outreach mean fewer South Florida homes are being abandoned during foreclosure.

Cable, Satellite TV Companies Fight Over Tax on Couch Potatoes

By Noreen Marcus |

The satellite TV industry scored a noteworthy tax victory in state appellate court, but cable companies are looking at an appeal.

Mark Zuckerberg

Zuckerberg's Gumshoe Had Mission to Intimidate, Developer Says

Mark Zuckerberg's backyard privacy showdown has grown more tangled with competing claims about a mysterious African prince and a private eye accused of bullying a witness.

EB-5 Funding Is Turning Miami China-Centric

By Ronald R. Fieldstone |

Chinese investors accept a rate of return on their invested capital as low as 0.5 of a percent to get the certainty of job creation and green card approval, writes attorney Ronald Fieldstone.

50-year Prohibition on Royalties on Expired Patents Lives On

By Alexander D. Brown and Scott D. Smiley |

It takes a case against Marvel comics over a foam-shooting Spider-Man toy glove for the U.S. Supreme Court to consider the duration of patents, write attorneys Alexander D. Brown and Scott D. Smiley.

The Statue of Liberty

Counterfeiter Gets Green Card After Evading US Lawsuits

This could be the story of an American dream. An immigrant family builds a successful business and buys a four-bedroom house in a quiet neighborhood with good schools for their young son. But not all is as it seems on the steep, curving streets of San Diego's Rancho Penasquitos. A 45-year-old Chinese woman, Xu Ting, lives in a brown shingle house with a weedy driveway. She has been sued for counterfeiting by eight luxury brands, including Gucci and Louis Vuitton, and owes Chanel Inc. $6.9 million in damages. None of this has stopped her from becoming a legal permanent resident of the United States and achieving a comfortable suburban life.

Donna DiMaggio Berger, partner Becker & Poliakoff

Law Cracks Down on Owners Harboring Fake Service Pets

By Samantha Joseph |

Good news for condo associations: A new law creates penalties for owners trying to pass their pets off as service animals.

Six Finalists Named for Miami-Dade Circuit Seat

By Celia Ampel |

Four judges and two other attorneys have been nominated to fill the seat vacated by Miami-Dade Circuit Judge Victoria Sigler.

Broward County Court Judge Mark Speiser

Judge Speiser Led Reinvestigation into King Assassination

By Carlos Harrison |

Five years after law school, Broward Circuit Judge Mark Speiser led a team investigating the killing of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. and questioned James Earl Ray's brother on the witness stand.

Enrique Iglesias.

Enrique Iglesias Esta 'Bailando,' Walks Away From Traffic Case With $169 Fine

By Samantha Joseph |

Singer Enrique Iglesias beats all but one of the traffic charges he faced in Miami.

Rare Currency Can Be Used to Enforce $3.7 Million Judgment

By Celia Ampel |

A bankruptcy judge rules rare currency seized from a Palm Harbor coin dealer could be used to enforce a $3.7 million judgment against him even though a business partner claimed ownership.

The Florida Supreme Court has Just Dealt a Big Blow to Legal Aid

By Noreen Marcus |

The Florida Supreme Court says thanks, but no thanks to attorneys suggesting higher Florida Bar dues to fund legal aid.

Sunset falls over the Florida Supreme Court building

Florida's Congressional Districts Rejected as Gerrymandered

The Florida Supreme Court is throwing out the state's congressional districts, saying the Republican-controlled Legislature violated a constitutional amendment approved by voters 2010.

The Century Tower at the University of Florida

Guns to be Allowed at University of Florida Housing?

By News Service of Florida |

After a high-profile legislative debate this spring about concealed weapons on college campuses, a state appeals court is poised to hear arguments in a dispute about whether guns should be allowed in residence halls and other housing at the University of Florida.

$300M Vacation Rental Fraud? Couple's Trial Opens

A federal trial began for a married couple accused of orchestrating a $300 million fraud involving thousands of investors who were promised big profits by purchasing dilapidated properties in the Florida Keys and elsewhere that would be transformed into luxurious resorts.

The First District Court of Appeal, Tallahassee

New Real Estate Case May Hurt Asset Protection Plans

By Robert M. Kramer |

A First District Court of Appeal decision redefines the statute of limitations in asset transfers, writes attorney Robert M. Kramer.

Enrique Iglesias.

Did Music Superstar Enrique Iglesias Pin Traffic Infraction on Someone Else?

By Samantha Joseph |

Singer Enrique Iglesias and his attorneys from Roy Black's high-powered law firm have a court date in Miami to answer charges the Grammy Award winner swapped seats with a passenger after a traffic stop.