KTT Attorneys Once Again Honored as “Best Lawyers in America.”

Our firm is delighted to have once again received ten recognitions in “Best Lawyers in America,” as chosen by our peers in the profession.

In addition, we wish to congratulate Harley S. Tropin and Charles W. Throckmortion for their selection as “Lawyer of the Year” in the fields of Litigation – Securities, and Bankruptcy and Creditor Debtor Rights / Insolvency and Reorganization Law, respectively.


John W. Kozyak

• Bet-the-Company Litigation
• Litigation – Banking and Finance
• Litigation – Bankruptcy

Harley Tropin

• Bet-the-Company Litigation
• Commercial Litigation
• Litigation – Intellectual Property
• Litigation – Securities
• Mass Tort Litigation/Class Actions – Defendants
• Mass Tort Litigation/Class Actions – Plaintiffs

Charles W. Throckmorton

• Bankruptcy and Creditor Debtor Rights/Insolvency and Reorganization Law
• Bet-the-Company Litigation
• Litigation – Bankruptcy

Corali Lopez-Castro

Corali Lopez-Castro
• Bankruptcy and Creditor Debtor Rights / Insolvency and Reorganization Law
• Commercial Litigation

Gail A. McQuilkin

• Commercial Litigation
• Copyright Law
• Litigation – Intellectual Property
• Litigation – Patent

David L. Rosendorf

• Commercial Litigation
• Litigation – Bankruptcy

David A. Samole

• Bankruptcy and Creditor Debtor Rights / Insolvency and Reorganization Law

Detra Shaw-Wilder

• Commercial Litigation

Kenneth R. Hartmann

Kenneth R. Hartman
• Commercial Litigation
• Copyright Law
• Litigation – Intellectual Property
• Patent Law

Jorge Peidra

• Commercial Litigation


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Decided solely by peer review, Best Lawyers reflects the consensus opinion of fellow attorneys regarding the professional abilities of colleagues in their practice area and region.

We are proud to be recognized once again, and we give our thanks to our peers, and our clients for whom we strive to achieve such accolades.

Restaurants Say Structural Damage Unneeded In Virus Claims

Florida restaurants, El Novillo Restaurant Group are fighting underwriters over business interruption coverage which began from the COVID-19 pandemic. “Our client has the facts and the law on its side, as do all the other businesses with similar policies, “Benjamin Widlanski of Kozyak Tropin & Throckmorton LLP, representing El Novillo, told Law360 on Tuesday. “We look forward to Lloyd’s of London being forced to honor its contractual obligations.”

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Fla. Board of Bar Examiners’ Inability to Structure a Sensible Bar Exam Is Indefensible

August 17, 2020

Benjamin Widlanski authors poignant commentary in the Daily Business Review regarding the Florida Board of Bar Examiners’ unstructured bar examination and the subsequent delays for thousands of unadmitted lawyers to practice in the state of Florida.

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WEBINAR: Ethics and Professionalism for Local Government Attorneys

Thursday, August 20, 2020

9:30 AM – 11:20 AM

Please join us for a free webinar featuring presentations on Ethics and Professionalism for Local Government Attorneys.

AGENDA

  1. Mindfulness as a Tool for Professionalism: A presentation on applicable rules and best practices on using mindfulness to cultivate professionalism in legal practice. Vivian M. Reyes, Esq., Law Offices of Vivian M. Reyes, P.A., Miami
  1. Mental Health & Substance Abuse: A presentation for the municipal attorney on recognizing and addressing mental health and substance abuse issues. Javier Lopez, Esq., Kozyak Tropin and Throckmorton, Miami

Once registered, you will receive a confirmation with a personalized unique link.

The webinar will not work if you are trying to use another person’s link.

CLE CREDIT INFORMATION:

We have applied for CLE credit accreditation and are awaiting approval.

We will provide the Course Number on the day of the Webinar.

Please email any inquiries to ldove@flcities.com.

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‘We Know What They Did’: Wells Fargo Accused of Quietly Changing Mortgage Maturity Dates Nationwide

August 11, 2020

Benjamin Widlanski serves as the plaintiffs attorney in a putative class action lawsuit alleging Well Fargo Bank N.A of fraudulent mortgage maturity date changes across the country.

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