Representing media agency in dispute against male underwear model who promotes LGBT products.
Representing client in state court complex business division in a $150 million dispute related to the non-payment and underpayment of reimbursements for services rendered to Defendants’ health plan members.
Representing clients in negotiating and drafting managed care agreements with payors and employment agreements for their staff.
Representing client in state court complex business division in dispute involving ownership and management of multi-million rental properties located in Coral Gables. Successfully defended injunction motion and defeated attempt to appoint receiver, evict tenants and replace manager of limited liability companies.
Representing client in state court proceedings to confirm/vacate arbitration award in excess of $9 million on grounds of fraud and arbitrator misconduct. Also representing individual broker in state court proceeding to confirm/vacate arbitration award relating to expungement of customer complaints from BrokerCheck database.
Ms. Feinberg obtained several significant trial court rulings including rulings limiting the damages sought by counterclaimants as well as denying their request for punitive damages, and the case thereafter settled on favorable terms for the client.
Dyanne Feinberg co-chaired a jury trial in the complex business litigation section that resulted in a $15 million verdict for the client. The case involved fraudulent transfer claims and piercing the corporate veil issues. Ms. Feinberg handled the appeal and prevailed with an affirmance by the Third District Court of Appeal in Agritrade LP v. Quercia, ___ So. 3d ____, 2017 WL 5760269 (Fla. 3d DCA Nov. 29, 2017).
Dyanne Feinberg, along with Harley Tropin, Tucker Ronzetti, and other KTT attorneys, serves as court-appointed lead counsel for plaintiffs in a putative class action involving a Ponzi scheme in which investors suffered over $400 million in principal losses, as well as substantial additional damages. An early settlement was reached with Raymond James in the amount of $150 million. The case is currently proceeding as to various remaining defendants.
Mr. Throckmorton, as co-lead counsel, represented a prominent Miami litigation firm in an arbitration proceeding relating to collection of a $13MM contingent fee earned by the client after it successfully obtained and collected a $67MM verdict from TD Bank arising out of the Rothstein Rosenfeldt Adler, P.A. fraud. In July 2016 the arbitration panel granted the requested fee award in full.
Mr. Rosendorf is bankruptcy counsel to Anderson Memorial Hospital, which has pursued class actions on behalf of property owners whose property has been damaged by asbestos-containing products, including W.R. Grace and U.S. Mineral Products Co. David serves as co-counsel with Dan Speights, Esq., one of the most prominent and successful asbestos property damage class action lawyers in the country. Mr. Rosendorf has advised on bankruptcy matters relating to Anderson’s pursuit of reconsideration of an order denying class certification in the Grace case, and also advised on bankruptcy matters in connection with the settlement of Anderson’s claim and distributions from the Property Damage Trust in the U.S. Mineral case.
Kozyak Tropin & Throckmorton is a complex commercial litigation firm founded in 1982 that focuses its practice on bet-the-company commercial cases, class actions, healthcare and bankruptcy matters.