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Homestead, Florida, may more than double the allowable density at a residential site, The Buccini/Pollin Group has reportedly landed $50.7 million in HUD financing for a Delaware mixed-use property, and Monarch Alternative Capital is said to have paid $300 million for a 90% stake in a Miami office tower.
The former controller of a New York City electric contractor siphoned $17 million from the company so that she and her Florida family could live a "life of luxury," the Manhattan U.S. Attorney's office said Wednesday, unveiling charges against her, her husband and two children.
Holland & Knight announced on Wednesday it has added the former deputy general counsel of SoftBank's Latin American Fund to its Miami office.
Five years after the enactment of the Defend Trade Secrets Act, work remains to be done on achieving uniformity across jurisdictions, because state law differences being imported into the DTSA are creating the same patchwork of law the act was intended to rectify, say attorneys at MoFo.
A South Beach liquor store owner urged the Eleventh Circuit on Wednesday to reverse an attorney fee award for the city of Miami Beach, saying the city had not prevailed in his suit claiming the city ran him out of business because the judge dismissed the claims without prejudice.