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Miami Today – Charter Schools to Share Referendum Funding, Court Rules (March 23, 2022)

By March 23, 2022

Download this article – PDF Charter Schools to Share Referendum Funding, Court Rules Written by Abraham Galvan Florida’s 3rd District Court of Appeals ruled last week that Miami-Dade County charter schools are indeed eligible for funding approved through a 2018 voter-approved public school system referendum. This ruling reverses a lower …

Daily Business Review – This ‘8-Figure’ Miami Ruling Could Have Implications for Area Schools (March 17, 2022)

By March 21, 2022

      Download this article – PDF This ‘8-Figure’ Miami Ruling Could Have Implications for Area Schools Greenberg Traurig was pitted against Kluger, Kaplan, Silverman, Katzen & Levine at the Third District Court of Appeal. What You Need to Know  An appellate court ruled that charter schools are entitled …

Daily Business Review – Leading the Way: Alan Kluger and Abbey Kaplan on Succession, National Clients, and the Future of Rates in Miami (December 22, 2021)

By December 23, 2021

      Download this article – PDF Leading the Way: Alan Kluger and Abbey Kaplan on Succession, National Clients, and the Future of Rates in Miami Our weekly Q&A series features Alan Kluger and Abbey Kaplan, co-founding members of litigation boutique Kluger, Kaplan, Silverman, Katzen & Levine. By Dan …

Daily Business Review – Will South Florida City Face 7-Figure Consequences for Terminating Nonprofit’s 100-Year Lease? (November 8, 2021)

By November 10, 2021

      Download this article – PDF Will South Florida City Face 7-Figure Consequences for Terminating Non-Profit’s 100-Year Lease? Now, the case will go before Palm Beach Circuit Judge John S. Kastrenakes. By Michael  A. Mora What You Need to Know The lawsuit arises out of Delray Beach’s unilateral …