In an article published in the Daily Business Review, Lazaro I. Vazquez and Francis E. Rodriguez discuss how U.S. anti-boycott laws can have consequences for those seeking to do business with foreign parties.
Lazaro Vazquez discusses the rise of the reverse-mortgage market in the September 2017 issue of the Wolters Kluwer Banking & Financial Services Policy Report in an article titled “Reverse Mortgages, Aging Baby Boomers, and Too Big to Fail.”
In an article published in the Defense Research Institute’s ERISA Report, Jerel Dawson and Michael Larmoyeux, Jr. explain how the new Department of Labor (“DOL”) regulations set to take effect on January 1, 2018, undermine the longstanding “exhaustion doctrine” for litigation concerning the Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974 (“ERISA”).
Miami partner Dan Barsky will present during a Knowledge Group webinar titled “Determining Reasonable Royalty Damages: Fundamentals, Methodologies, and Key Issues Explored” on Friday, September 29, from 12 to 1:30 p.m.
Shutts & Bowen gained a victory for the 5 star Setai Hotel in Miami Beach. The trademark infringement case, Setai Hotel Acquisition LLC v. Miami Beach Luxury Rental Inc., which settled on Aug. 27, is expected to be a game-changer for brokers who are marketing and renting private condominium units in properties where branded hotels also operate.
Our 2017 Summer Clerkship Program brought four law students for an intellectually challenging and professionally gratifying experience. Alina Gomez, a Washington University School of Law student, shares her thoughts about the program with us.
Our 2017 Summer Clerkship Program brought four law students for an intellectually challenging and professionally gratifying experience. Sebastian Bohorquez, a Florida International University College of Law student, shares his experience.
Patricia A. Leonard, a partner in the West Palm Beach office of Shutts & Bowen, and Associate Colleen Smeryage garnered a victory for their client Colin Syquia in a dispute over the sale of a competitive show jumping horse named Vorst.
On Wednesday, July 26th, Miami Beach City Commissioners told Ocean Drive to turn down the volume. For the next four months Ocean Drive nightclubs will be more susceptible to noise complaints after commissioners unanimously voted to temporarily repeal an exemption of the city’s noise ordinance.
In a commentary published in the Daily Business Review, partners Brendan Aloysius Barry and Aliette D. Rodz discuss the negative effect President Trump’s rollback of Obama Cuban policies means for businesses in South Florida.
The Real Property Law Division of the Florida Bar recently appointed Sandra Krumbein as Co-Chair of the Condominium and Planned Development Certification Review Course Committee for the 2017-2018 Bar year.