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Daily Business Review – Majority-White Firm Hopes New Scholarship, Hiring Pipeline Changes Its Racial Makeup (March 25, 2021)

By March 26, 2021

      Download this article – PDF Majority-White Firm Hopes New Scholarship, Hiring Pipeline Changes Its Racial Makeup By Raychel Lean When leading Miami trial attorney and professor H.T. Smith was asked about having a scholarship named after him, aimed at supporting law students of color in South Florida, he dropped his phone …

GlobeSt.com – My Weekday Workout during COVID-19: Tennis Is the Ideal Sport for Social Distancing and Staying Mentally Sharp, Says Kluger Kaplan’s Josh Rubens (November 3, 2020)

By November 4, 2020

Download this article – PDF My Weekday Workout during COVID-19: Tennis Is the Ideal Sport for Social Distancing and Staying Mentally Sharp, Says Kluger Kaplan’s Josh Rubens “Especially now amidst the pandemic, tennis is a great sport that allows you to stay active and safe.” By Tasha Norman| The original version of …

South Florida Business Journal – How Covid is changing leasing agreements for businesses (September 11, 2020)

By September 15, 2020

    Download this article – PDF How Covid-19 is changing leasing agreements for businesses By Matthew Arrojas Experts say changes are on the horizon to the decades-old language in retail and restaurant leases as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic. New leases are being written with substantial changes, particularly …

Law360: Plaintiffs Bar Perspective: Kluger Kaplan's Bruce Katzen

By July 28, 2017

Bruce A. Katzen is chairman of the trust and estate’s litigation practice group at Kluger Kaplan Silverman Katzen & Levine PL in Miami. He focuses his practice on litigation of probate, trust and guardianship disputes as well as commercial litigation, including corporate matters, securities, accountants’ liability and stockbroker liability and Financial Industry Regulatory Authority arbitrations. …