Fla. Firm Wins $1M Lien After Client Reneges On Settlement

By Matt Perez (October 1, 2021, 3:15 PM EDT) -- A Florida federal judge has ordered a law firm to be paid just over $1 million for representing a client in a negligence lawsuit over illegal mangrove tree removal, 20 years after the initial case began.

Orlando business law firm Latham Luna Eden and Beaudine LLP is owed $1,012,469.99 by its client, John E.D. Grunow Jr. and Harbor Course Properties LLC, which is acting as a successor in interest by merger to O.R. Golf Partners Ltd. In July 2016, a state trial court determined the client was owed $1.6 million in covered damages by Nova Casualty Co., and by March 2020,...

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