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  • Gulf States Reach $18.7B Settlement With BP Over Oil Spill

    BP and five Gulf states announced a record $18.7 billion settlement that resolves years of legal fighting over the environmental and economic damage done by the energy giant's oil spill in 2010.

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  • Appeals Court Sends Culverhouse Investor Case to Delaware

    The Delaware Supreme Court will consider whether Coral Gables attorney Hugh Culverhouse Jr. can sue a hedge fund to recover $460 million in lost investments.

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  • Cuban-American Florida Bar President Plans Cuba Trip

    Newly installed Florida Bar president Ramon Abadin is planning an attorney trip to his native Cuba but won't be making the tourist stops taken on the international law section's visit.

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  • Now What? Appeals Court Rejects Ousted Judge Laura Watson's Appeal

    Ousted Broward Circuit Judge Laura Watson was dealt another blow in her fight to get her job back.

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  • Five-Year Sentence Stands for Attorney in Rothstein Case

    A federal appeals court rejects an appeal by disbarred Boca Raton attorney Christina Kitterman, a minor player serving a five-year sentence for wire fraud in Scott Rothstein's Ponzi scheme.

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  • Sergio Pino, Veteran Miami Developer, Why he's Shrinking to Survive

    Coming back from the brink of financial ruin, Sergio Pino is rebuilding his empire one townhouse at a time.

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  • Judicial Profile: Lisa Walsh Takes on National Leadership Role

    Miami-Dade Circuit Judge Lisa Walsh will lead the National Association of Women Judges as its hosts an international meeting next year.

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  • With Pope's Challenge Comes Call for Attorneys to Fight Climate Change

    The U.S. representative to a Vatican council responds to Pope Francis' encyclical on climate change by calling on attorneys to help reverse environmental damage.

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  • Who Will Succeed Warren Buffett as CEO of Berkshire Hathaway?

    Warren Buffett is 84. Only the Oracle of Omaha and Berkshire's board know who's destined to eventually fill his Brooks running shoes.

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  • US Rails Skid Into Bear Market on Triple Whammy Cargo Slump

    U.S. railroads, Wall Street favorites for much of the past decade, are slumping into a bear market amid a three-way squeeze from plunging coal, crude-oil and grain shipments.

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