MCM Bodily Injury victims

Cori Lopez-Castro and David Rosendorf represent the individuals who were injured or are the personal representatives or family members of individuals injured or killed (collectively, the Plaintiffs) as a result of the collapse of the pedestrian bridge which had been constructed to link the Florida International University campus to the City of Sweetwater (FIU Bridge).  Magnum Construction Management, LLC f/k/a Munilla Construction Management, LLC (MCM) was the contractor on the FIU Bridge.  There are presently twenty lawsuits against MCM and others filed in Miami-Dade County Circuit Court seeking damages from MCM and others as a result of the collapse of the FIU Bridge. Cori and David are representing the collective interests of the Plaintiffs in MCM’s bankruptcy case, including obtaining insurance proceeds from applicable carriers and assisting with the implementation of procedures for allocating the proceeds from MCM’s insurance policies among the Plaintiffs.

MCM files Chapter 11 in aftermath of FIU bridge collapse

Construction firm reaches $42M settlement for FIU bridge collapse

Group of 184 Pension Claimants (Archdiocese of San Juan)

David Samole currently represents a group of 184 pension claimants in the multi-million dollar Chapter 11 bankruptcy proceedings of the Archdiocese of San Juan as part of the Catholic Church of Puerto Rico.  He represented the pension claimants in all aspects of the Chapter 11 and related proceedings, and helped secure dismissal of the Chapter 11 proceeding now on appeal including related issues pending review before the United States Supreme Court. David has preserved and improved the pension claimants’ recovery position by representing them in Bankruptcy Court, in various levels of pending appeals and in the boardroom.

FourShore Capital, LLC

David L. Rosendorf represents FourShore Capital, LLC in connection with the potential acquisition of several Florida trucking companies which are about to file Chapter 11 petitions.  He has led the strategy as to how to structure the transaction, including purchasing secured debt, and thereafter, buying the assets as part of a §363 sale.

Beach Haus Bal Harbour, LLC

Corali Lopez-Castro and David L. Rosendorf represent the purchaser of property in Bal Harbour, Florida. A receiver appointed in State Court placed the Seller into a Chapter 11 bankruptcy and filed a fraudulent transfer action against the firm’s client, Beach Haus Bal Harbour, LLC., seeking to set aside the transfer of the property.  The case has been very litigious and involved the valuation of unique real estate assets.

Presenting Your Best Evidence

By Mindy Y. Kubs

“Presenting Your Best Evidence” – for use at the 22nd Annual Advanced Bankruptcy Seminar, December 2007.

The Top Ten Things Attorneys Should Know When the Worlds of Class Action Litigation and Bankruptcy Collide

By Mindy Y. Kubs

“The Top Ten Things Attorneys Should Know When the Worlds of Class Action Litigation and Bankruptcy Collide” – for use at the CLE International Conference: Class Actions – Prosecuting and Defending Complex Litigation, October, 2007.

Top Ten Things a Governmental Unit Needs to Know About That Dirty Little Word . . . Bankruptcy

By Mindy Y. Kubs

“Top Ten Things a Governmental Unit Needs to Know About That Dirty Little Word . . . Bankruptcy” – for use at the Florida Municipal Attorneys Association’s 16th Annual Seminar in June, 2007.

The Mediation Protocol: The United States Olympic Committee’s Experimental Trial with Mediation as a Form of Doping-Control Dispute Resolution

By John I. Criste, Jr

Author, The Mediation Protocol: The United States Olympic Committee’s Experimental Trial with Mediation as a Form of Doping-Control Dispute Resolution, 7 American Journal of Mediation (2014).

Abercrombie and the Question of Commercial Speech Rights of Employers

By Dwayne A. Robinson

Abercrombie and the Question of Commercial Speech Rights of Employers, INSIDECOUNSEL, Apr. 7, 2015.

Business Torts:  A Fifty-State Guide(Florida chapter)

By Dwayne A. Robinson

Book, Business Torts:  A Fifty-State Guide(Florida chapter), Wolters Kluwer (Morton F. Daller ed., 2017 & 2018 eds.) (co-author Alvin Lindsay).