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Senate Republicans beat back dozens of Democratic amendments to the vehicle for tax reform before passing it Thursday, voting down attempts to keep tax cuts away from the highest earners and prevent tax hikes on the middle class, among other measures.
A Florida federal judge on Wednesday approved a $9.76 million settlement that Chubb Ltd. unit Ace American Insurance will pay to end a consumer class action accusing it of placing calls to numbers on the Do Not Call Registry in violation of the Telephone Consumer Protection Act.
Two Greenspoon Marder PA attorneys have struck out on their own with a criminal defense lawyer to open a Miami-area firm focused on serving alcoholic beverage and regulated industry clients throughout Florida.
The Eleventh Circuit ruled Thursday that a landscape architect's insurance policy with Travelers does not provide coverage for an underlying lawsuit blaming an intersection design for the death of a child, saying there is no ambiguity in a professional-services exclusion.
A Florida federal judge was right to consolidate the cases of four women who say they were injured by Boston Scientific Corp.'s allegedly defective pelvic mesh implants, the Eleventh Circuit ruled Thursday, upholding a jury’s $27 million verdict.