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The Real Deal – Don Peebles drops remaining $160M claims tied to Overtwon development lawsuit (October 18, 2021)

By October 19, 2021

Download this article – PDF Don Peebles drops remaining $160M claims tied to Overtown development lawsuit Peebles alleged he was duped out of project by current developer Michael Swerdlow Miami /By Lidia Dinkova Don Peebles dropped his three pending claims for $160 million, ending his litigation alleging that he was …

Miami Herald – A Broward resident is now looking for a new home after landlord mandates vaccinations (September 24, 2021)

By September 24, 2021

Download this article – PDF A Broward resident is now looking for a new home after landlord mandates vaccinations By Kalia Richardson Jasmine Irby was gathering Sesame Street decorations last month for her 2-year-old daughter’s birthday party and preparing for her son’s first day of kindergarten — when she received …

Miami’s Community News – FIU’s Briana Harris first H.T. Smith Legal Studies Scholarship recipient (September 21, 2021)

By September 23, 2021

Download this article – PDF FIU’s Briana Harris first H.T. Smith Legal Studies Scholarship recipient As law firms across the country put added emphasis on minority hiring and diversity in the legal profession, South Florida’s preeminent litigation firm Kluger Kaplan Silverman Katzen & Levine has awarded Briana Harris with the …

South Florida Business Journal – What restaurants, retailers should know as hurricane season ramps up (September 2, 2021)

By September 8, 2021

    Download this article – PDF What restaurants, retailers should know as hurricane season ramps up By Matthew Arrojas    Hurricane season is intensifying, and with that, so is the threat that a major storm could wreak havoc on South Florida businesses.  Far too often, business owners don’t know what they …