How to Prevent Data Theft While Traveling Abroad: Trade Secrets Lawyer Advises GCs, Companies

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How to Prevent Data Theft While Traveling Abroad: Trade Secrets Lawyer Advises GCs, Companies

Miami trade secrets attorney Eric Ostroff spoke with Corporate Counsel about safeguarding proprietary information when employees venture into foreign countries on business and what companies can do after a breach.

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Attorneys for Embattled Chinese Businessman Speak on Fashion Mall Settlement

Peter Russin and Daniel Gonzalez of Miami firm Meland Russin and Budwick say their client, Zeng Zheng Du, was in a “zero-sum game” that led him to settle the litigation.

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Does Your Company Need A Data Management Strategy?

Don’t have a plan for all the data your business has? These experts say there are quite a few benefits to implementing a data management strategy.

Posted in Eric W.Ostroff - Media and Events, In the News

Miami Hospital Sold For $30M Out Of Bankruptcy

A Florida bankruptcy judge on Monday approved the sale of a shuttered Miami hospital to Variety Children’s Hospital for $30 million after VCH entered the only bid for the property and its assets.

Posted in In the News, Peter D. Russin - In the news

Eric Ostroff on the Impact of Artificial Intelligence in the Legal Profession

Eric Ostroff talks on Legal Talk Network about the impact artificial intelligence will have on the legal profession.

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End to Government Shutdown Avoids Risk of Home Sale Delays

From multimillion-dollar waterfront estates to new condominiums and apartments, South Florida’s residential development focuses on infill locations.

Posted in In the News, Mark S. Meland - In the News

Bankrupt Miami Hospital Gets OK For Ch. 11 Auction Plans

A shuttered Miami hospital in Chapter 11 stayed on track to be sold in auction in late June when a Florida bankruptcy judge gave her blessing to the sale process Monday after approving a settlement the parties reached to resolve objections from the unsecured creditors committee.

Posted in In the News, Peter D. Russin - In the news

Facebook Wants to Play Dating Game—Its Lawyers Could Face IP, Trade Secret Challenges

If legal fights in the online dating industry are any indication, Facebook’s legal department would be smart to strategize about its inroads into this new line of business.

Posted in Eric W.Ostroff - Media and Events, In the News

Arena Capital sells two retail buildings in Hialeah

Miami-based Arena Capital just sold two of its retail buildings in Hialeah for a total of $7.65 million.

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Miami hospital files Chapter 11 with $67M in debt

Miami International Medical Center LLC, which ran the recently closed Miami Medical Center, has filed Chapter 11 while listing $31.4 million in assets versus $67.3 million in liabilities.

Posted in In the News, Peter D. Russin - In the news