By Deborah Chames I represent many Orthodox Jews in my practice. Under Jewish law, in order to obtain a divorce, the husband must give his wife a “Get,” a divorce document, which effectuates the divorce. Recently, I have seen husbands giving their wives the Get early in the divorce proceedings, allowing …
By Kluger Kaplan May 24, 2013
On Thursday, Founding Member Alan Kluger participated in a Panel of the Founding Partners hosted by the Israel Bonds Young Investor Society. The panel, held at the offices of Bilzin Sumberg, featured Alan along with John Sumberg of Bilzin Sumberg and Harley Tropin of Kozyak, Tropin, Throckmorton.
By Kluger Kaplan May 20, 2013
By Alan J. Kluger Yesterday, the Florida Supreme Court answered a question certified by the Second Circuit in the case of Raymond James Financial Services, Inc. v. Phillips: Does Florida’s Statute of Limitations apply to arbitration? Yes. The plaintiffs in the case filed a claim for arbitration with the NASD, pursuant …
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 Kluger Kaplan 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, …
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