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  • Palm Beach County lawyer to lead Florida Bar

    Palm Beach County  lawyer to lead Florida Bar
    The incoming president of the Florida Bar is a West Palm Beach attorney who wants to find better ways to provide legal services to a majority of Floridians who can't afford to hire a lawyer. Gregory W. Coleman, 51, said about 60 percent of Floridians...
  • Things that don't change: Lawyers, businesses, giving big in Florida governor's race

    Things that don't change: Lawyers, businesses, giving big in Florida governor's race
    TALLAHASSEE – In the everlasting battle between trial lawyers and the business lobby, not even a corporate outsider in the Governor’s Mansion changes Florida politics. Florida’s gubernatorial race is already living up to the hype as...
  • GrayRobinson adds group to advise on medical marijuana

    Doctors, growers, sellers and investors eager to do business in medical marijuana likely will need to figure out what will be legal, and lawyers are ready to offer advice. The Orlando-based law firm GrayRobinson, one of Florida's largest, announced...
  • Legal Aid Can Slice Through Veterans' Benefits Backlog

    In recent years, more than half a million veterans struggling with poverty and service-connected disabilities were forced to wait months — sometimes more than a year — to receive veterans benefits that can mean the difference between...
  • Attorneys object to proposed settlement in Hyundai, Kia MPG claims

    Several law firms are objecting to the proposed settlement of a class-action suit seeking damages for the inflated fuel economy claims of South Korean automakers Hyundai and Kia. The attorneys said the settlement is designed to discourage owners of...
  • Robert Strauss dies at 95; former Democratic Party chairman

    Robert S. Strauss, a one-time chairman of the Democratic National Committee and a Washington insider who combined earthy Texas charm with raw political power, died Wednesday. He was 95. A spokesman for Strauss' Washington law firm, Akin Gump Strauss...
  • Lawsuit: Firm hired P.I. who tailed officials

    A law firm that represented Costa Mesa's police association allegedly admitted that it hired a private investigator in 2012 to catch a member of the City Council in "a compromising position," according a lawsuit filed last month. If accurate, the...
  • Donald Sterling gets new counsel to fight NBA; old firm keeps Clippers

    Donald Sterling gets new counsel to fight NBA; old firm keeps Clippers
    Donald Sterling is expected to launch what could be a long and contentious legal battle with the NBA over his ownership of the Clippers without the support of the big, politically connected law firm that has been with him for more than three decades....
  • Law firm holding free condo, HOA seminars

    Law firm holding free condo, HOA seminars
    A South Florida law firm will hold a free course Wednesday, June 11, for board members, managers and directors of community associations. The class, from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., will address material alterations in condominiums and architectural...
  • Ex-Rothstein partner Stuart Rosenfeldt charged with conspiracy

    Prosecutors filed a criminal conspiracy charge against former Rothstein Rosenfeldt Adler partner Stuart Rosenfeldt on Thursday — accusing him of committing bank fraud, making illegal political donations and running a prostitute out of town when...
  • Lawsuit against police union may proceed

    An Orange County Superior Court judge has cleared the way for evidence gathering in a lawsuit filed by two Costa Mesa councilmen against the police union. That means a past president of the Costa Mesa Police Assn. and partners from its former law firm...
  • Judge says lawsuit against police union may proceed in Orange County

    Judge says lawsuit against police union may proceed in Orange County
    An Orange County Superior Court judge has cleared the way for evidence-gathering in a lawsuit filed by two Costa Mesa councilmen who allege members of their city's police union harassed and intimidated them. That means a past president of the Costa Mesa...