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Daily Business Review – Review Commercial Contracts and Insurance Policies Ahead of Hurricane Season (June 28, 2022)

By June 29, 2022

      Download this article – PDF Review Commercial Contracts and Insurance Policies Ahead of Hurricane Season Having a clear understanding of each party’s obligations and ensuring compliance before the storm is the best way to try to avoid the potential legal and monetary pitfalls from a storm. By …

Daily Business Review – How Small, Midsize Firms Can Expand Diversity and Inclusion Efforts (May 4, 2022)

By May 6, 2022

      Download this article – PDF How Small, Midsize Firms Can Expand Diversity and Inclusion Efforts In Miami, very good Black lawyers are turning down offers from Miami firms and leaving the state because they do not feel they have opportunities to reach their full potential here.  By …

Law360 – Fla. Developer Must Pay $800K In Fees Over Failed $160M Suit (April 25, 2022)

By April 26, 2022

Download this article – PDF Fla. Developer Must Pay $800K In Fees Over Failed $160M Suit By Carolina Bolado ·  Listen to article Law360 (April 25, 2022, 4:06 PM EDT) — A Florida state court judge has ordered a company affiliated with real estate developer R. Donahue “Don” Peebles to pay $800,000 in legal …

The Real Deal – Nonprofit arts and culture organization sues Delray Beach over lease termination (November 12, 2021)

By November 15, 2021

Download this article – PDF Nonprofit arts and culture organization sues Delray Beach over lease termination Suit claims officials colluded to kick out Old School Square By Lidia Dinkova A nonprofit arts and culture organization sued Delray Beach, after officials terminated its lease for city-owned property where it has held its …

South Florida Business Journal – Developer can move forward on Overtown project after lawsuit is dismissed (October 20, 2021)

By October 22, 2021

    Download this article – PDF Developer can move forward on Overtown project after lawsuit is dismissed  By Brian Bandell  –  Senior Reporter, South Florida Business Journal A lawsuit brought against the developer of a mixed-use project in Miami’s Overtown neighborhood has been dismissed. That means Michael Swerdlow can continue building the project without …