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Daily Business Review: You’ve Been Served: How Marko Cerenko Went From Tennis Champ to High-Stakes Miami Litigator (July 26, 2019)

By July 29, 2019

    Marko F. Cerenko of Kluger, Kaplan, Silverman, Katzen & Levine ranked among the top players in the U.S., before finding a new way—through litigation—to satisfy his appetite for competition. By Raychel Lean | July 26, 2019 at 01:36 PM Long before Miami lawyer Marko F. Cerenko passed the bar, he was running around a different …

Miami Herald – Their condos were missing a room – so they’re suing The Related Group (July 17, 2019)

By July 17, 2019

The biggest real estate developer in Miami-Dade has been accused of stiffing customers who bought condominiums marketed as “one bedroom + den” in size — but left out the den entirely. In a lawsuit filed in Miami-Dade circuit court late last month, 12 plaintiffs charge The Related Group with breach …

Twelve Kluger, Kaplan, Silverman, Katzen & Levine, P.L. Attorneys Named 2019 Florida Super Lawyers

By July 17, 2019

Kluger Kaplan Silverman Katzen & Levine is excited to announce that 12 of the firm’s attorneys have been recognized as 2019 Super Lawyers by Florida Super Lawyers, which annually recognizes the top practicing attorneys in the state. The firm’s highly experienced attorneys specialize in business and corporate litigation, real estate litigation, securities …

Bruce A. Katzen

Reflecting on the Americans with Disabilities Act

By July 23, 2014

July 26 marks the anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), a landmark law passed in 1990 that for first time in our history created nationwide standards for combating discrimination against people with disabilities in employment, transportation, public accommodation, communications, tele-communications relay services and government activities. The Act has …

Think You Waived the Right to Jury Trial in Your Initial Pleading? Maybe Not.

By July 3, 2014

By Justin B. Kaplan Young litigators are routinely taught that if a party does not demand a jury trial in its complaint (or counterclaim), it permanently waived this important right.  This time-worn lesson is not necessarily correct, however.  There is still hope. The Florida Rules of Civil Procedure provide: Any …