• Santana Moss 'Paying for It Now' on Investment Loss

    The NFL free agent testified he left his financial affairs to a manager until he realized $1.4 million was gone from an account in his name. He's suing BB&T for negligence on his lost funds.

  • UFC Champ Isn't Accustomed to Losing; Good Thing he Normally Fights in the Octagon

    The Fourth District Court of Appeal hands a knockout win to a promoter disputing another contract signed by Ultimate Fighting Champion fighter Thiago Alves.

  • 4th DCA Sees No Problem With Identity Theft Victim's Arrest

    An appeals court says a high school teacher whose identity was stolen has no legal remedy against her arresting officer or a department store where a check bearing her name was passed.

  • Father-Son Lawyers Win $9.5 Million for Mesothelioma Patient

    James Ferraro Jr. and his father traced their client's asbestos exposure to a military housing project in Saudi Arabia that was constructed with Georgia-Pacific's Ready-Mix joint compound.

  • Boat Maker Not Liable for Woman Losing Toes

  • Man Says Miami Police Wanted TV Exposure

  • Employers Need Policies on Searching Worker Smartphones

    There's no one-size-fits-all policy, but workplace privacy issues are a concern for employers.writes attorney Suhaill Morales.

  • Burger King to McDonald's: Let's Make a McWhopper

    This probably isn't what the United Nations had in mind when it established the International Day of Peace: Burger King is asking McDonald's to join forces to create a "McWhopper."

  • Key Biscayne Retail Properties Sell for $15 Million

  • Negligence Trial Begins for Ray Lewis, Santana Moss and Other Football Players Suing BB&T

    Jury selection began slowly in Miami federal court in the case filed by six current and former NFL players who blame BB&T for millions of dollars in investment losses.

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