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  • Power Lunch: Coya's Members' Room New Lunch Spot for Elite Crowd

    The members' room at Coya, a new spot for Brickell power lunchers, offers Peruvian fusion fare in an ambience sure to dazzle.

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  • Havana Lawyer Asses Cuban Legal System

    Havana attorney Osvaldo Miranda Diaz told a 30-attorney delegation from Florida that Cuban lawyers get tired of complaining to government officials about the lack of due process in Cuba's courts.

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  • Strong Words From Havana Lawyer on Cuba's Legal System: 'Disgusting'

    Havana attorney Osvaldo Miranda Diaz told a 30-attorney delegation from Florida that Cuban lawyers get tired of complaining to government officials about the lack of due process in Cuba's courts.

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  • Strong Words From Havana Lawyer on Cuba's Legal System: 'Disgusting'

    Havana attorney Osvaldo Miranda Diaz told a 30-attorney delegation from Florida that Cuban lawyers get tired of complaining to government officials about the lack of due process in Cuba's courts.

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  • 3rd DCA Demands Deposition from Venezuelan Oil Magnate

    The Third District Court of Appeal unanimously denied a motion for a protective order to prevent deposition of a Venezuelan oil magnate in Miami malpractice lawsuit.

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  • Longtime IP Attorney Jean Perwin Dies at 65

    Longtime South Florida intellectual property attorney Jean S. Perwin had served as chairperson and a board member of the Florida Bar's intellectual property committee.

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  • Two South Florida Attorneys Disbarred

    The Florida Supreme Court disciplined six South Florida attorneys, including disbarring Marc H. Hoffman of Boca Raton and James Herbert Rainey of West Palm Beach.

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  • Judge Clears Legal Web for Patients to Get Marijuana

    Patients could have access to long-awaited, non-euphoric pot products by the end of the year, after a judge rejected a challenge to a proposed rule setting up the medical marijuana industry in Florida.

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  • Environmentalists Continue Push for Everglades Reservoir

    Environmentalists are optimistic they can get money from Florida lawmakers for a reservoir in the Everglades during the upcoming special legislative session, something they couldn't do during the 60-day regular session.

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  • Stakes Are High for Domestic Drone Industry

    With the attractiveness of commercial drone use and testing abroad and the FAA's looming September deadline, the next few months may prove to be equally chaotic (and exciting) for the developing field of drone law, writes attorney Matt Grosack.

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