To listen to real estate developer Todd Michael Glaser describe the Miami market, building modern luxury homes has never been more lucrative, and in demand — as long as those homes aren’t being built on the water.
Zachary N. James, a partner at Miami law firm Meland Russin & Budwick, has won a contested election to serve on the Board of Directors of the Dade County Bar Association. His term begins this Fall.
How the time flies: The Defend Trade Secrets Act, the culmination of a yearslong bipartisan effort to create a federal system of trade secrets law, was signed into law by President Barack Obama one year ago Thursday.
A Chicago horror novelist now has a new setting for his books. Jeremy Wagner, a death metal guitarist turned horror book writer, and his wife Kym Foglia paid $10.9 million for the newly built waterfront home at 6411 Allison Road in Miami Beach, a source told The Real Deal.
We live in a digital age. Most corporate data is now electronic, and the volume of electronically stored information, or ESI, continues to grow exponentially.
Here’s how two opposing Miami law firms rethought traditional Chapter 11 bankruptcy infighting to help a struggling chain of Florida shoe stores restructure while other retailers folded.
The king of real estate is set to rule the country, but what will a Donald Trump presidency mean for local real estate, one of South Florida’s biggest industries?
A debtor in a bankruptcy case is fighting back against an unusual maneuver that would allow trustees to boost their clawback authority in cases that involve unpaid federal taxes.
Glenn Beck’s media outlet TheBlaze.com told the Delaware Chancery Court on Monday that it should halt proceedings in a suit its former CEO brought against the company — seeking an order that it foot the defense bill for a related Texas suit accusing him of mismanaging Beck’s production company — characterizing it as “forum shopping.”
A Chapter 7 trustee can “step into the shoes” of the Internal Revenue Service and pursue actions that are time-barred under state law, but ones that the IRS could have pursued under its 10-year period allowed for collection activities, a bankruptcy court in Florida held Aug. 31