James Ferraro Jr. and his father traced their client's asbestos exposure to a military housing project in Saudi Arabia that was constructed with Georgia-Pacific's Ready-Mix joint compound.
Prominent plaintiffs attorney Willie Gary and two Miami co-counsel landed a $5 million jury verdict for a former University of Miami football player who was stopped at an intersection when his car was hit by a UPS truck.
Jones Day represented a Mexican heavy construction company in purchases of an offshore drilling operation and ship.
West Palm Beach attorney Tim Felice lands a $3 million settlement for a client who needed three back surgeries after falling on an office building floor after rain.
A team of South Florida lawyers wins a $7 million award against the star rapper for invasion of privacy and emotional distress after he inserted himself as a character in a South Florida woman's sex tape.
Philip Gerson and Edward Schwartz teamed with Gary Paige to win a nearly $13.5 million verdict for a widower whose wife died after smoking Winstons for 35 years.
A judge rejects a breach of fiduciary duty claim in a dispute between two business partner over the $2.5 million bulk sale of 279 lots.
Andrew Frisch of Plantation was part of a legal team that won a $6 million settlement on behalf of nearly 5,000 strippers who say they didn't receive minimum wage or overtime pay.
Two South Florida attorneys won the $3.6 million wrongful death verdict against the Riverside Hotel in Fort Lauderdale.
Scott Edelsberg and Jason Alperstein, along with Jeff Ostrow, settled a lawsuit accusing Michael Kors of posting discounts from original prices that were never used at its outlet stores.
A Berger Singerman attorney for a foreclosure relief law firm in receivership receives a $2.3 million judgment against Miami law firm Litvin, Torrens & Associates, which helped Prime Legal Plans.
Christopher Marlowe argued the owner failed to keep an apartment complex's premises safe when a woman was killed by an unknown gunman during a 7-year-old's birthday party.
Courtney Engelke and Joseph Matthews persuaded a Palm Beach jury to deliver a $4.56 million verdict against First American Title Insurance for delaying developers' claims about title defects at a Bahamas resort.
Jack Hickey and Chris Drury argued the liability release forms signed by their client on behalf of the client and his son were void because they violated federal and state law.