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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, …

The Problem Play of Voting Rights: Is it Curtain Call for Section 5 of the Voting Rights Act?

By November 6, 2012

By: Jorge R. Delgado “Voter ID” laws, voter purges, early voting changes, and similar measures have become familiar terms in today’s news cycle.  One person’s initiative to stop voter fraud easily becomes another person’s surreptitious scheme to suppress minority voting rights.  Statistics offer plenty of fodder for disagreement, and disagreement …

Kluger Kaplan Announces Three New Hires

By August 13, 2012

Kluger Kaplan is thrilled to announce the hiring of three new associates: Marko Cerenko, Elysa Merlin and Jorge Delgado. Marko Cerenko joins KKSKL from Hy Shapiro, P.A.  Marko is passionate about community service volunteering his time for Habitat for Humanity, “Put Something Back” Miami Pro Bono Legal Services, the National Association …