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The Controversy of Gay Conversion Therapy: The Ninth Circuit Will Be The First to Weigh In

By September 4, 2013

By: Jorge R. Delgado The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeal soon will address the constitutionality of California’s first-of-its-kind ban on gay conversion therapy for minors.  The controversial therapies stem from the now widely discredited belief that homosexuality is a curable disease.  Pickup v. Brown, No. 2:12-CV-02497-KJM-EF, 2012 WL 6021465, at …

Todd A. Levine

Associate’s Corner: Florida’s Appellate Courts Split on the Scope of FDUTPA—Will More Foreign Consumers Gain Protection from Fraudulent and Deceptive Trade Practices?

By May 13, 2013

By: Jorge Delgado The Florida Deceptive and Unfair Trade Practices Act, popularly known as FDUTPA, was designed to protect consumers from fraudulent and deceptive trade practices.  In a typical scenario, a Florida consumer would sue a company that transacts business in Florida over activities that occurred entirely in Florida. However, …

Todd A. Levine

Kluger Kaplan Takes on the Corporate Run

By April 29, 2013

Last Thursday, Kluger Kaplan participated in the Mercedes Benz Corporate Run.  Attorneys, staff and their families came out to enjoy a 5k race, food and drink with their coworkers. “The Corporate Run is my favorite event,” said Alan Kluger, Managing Partner, “it is such a great opportunity for colleagues to …