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Law office by day, art gallery by night

By November 9, 2018

Visiting Kluger Kaplan’s Miami office overlooking Biscayne Bay feels like you stumbled upon a secret upscale art gallery more than a characteristic law office. After hours the space transforms into an art gallery and welcomes non-profits and businesses who make a charitable contribution at the firm, for an intimate cocktail …

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Obstacles faced by young female attorneys

By March 17, 2016

By: Leslie R. Pollack and Christina M. Himmel This is 2016. It is a year where we could witness Hillary Clinton become the first female President of the United States. It is a time where women have ostensibly shattered whatever glass ceiling may have existed in the past. Yet, despite …

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What Lawyers Need to Know in Presenting Their Case to a Judge

By January 11, 2016

By:  Ronald C. Dresnick Since leaving the bench one year ago and after nearly two decades sitting as a circuit judge, I am often asked to advise attorneys on practical tips for the preparation and presentation of courtroom arguments. Seasoned lawyers understand that judges have varying perspectives and experiences. The …

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