The Pipeline: Is South Florida’s Legal Community Doing Enough on Diversity for the Next Generation?

By Dan Roe
July 25, 2022

A region that prides itself on diversity still has work to do to ensure opportunities for all underrepresented law students.

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A Swift $1 Billion Settlement Shows ‘It Can Be Done’: Lead Counsel Discuss Surfside Condo Collapse Class Action

By Raychel Lean
July 19, 2022

Welcome to Southeast Takeaways, a weekly look at news of the legal profession that will highlight important developments to help you manage your firms, grow your practices and serve your clients better.

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Miami-Dade Jury Returns $35M Verdict in High-Profile Real Estate Dispute

By Michael Mora
July 15, 2022

The defendants in the litigation included some of the most prominent business people in South Florida who own property on an exclusive Caribbean island.

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Why ‘Bristol Myers’ Doesn’t Apply to Class Actions

By Tal J. Lifshitz and Rachel Sullivan
July 10, 2018

Class action defendants are attempting to rewrite longstanding principles of personal jurisdiction, trying to defeat certification of nationwide classes by arguing that a court lacks personal jurisdiction over out-of-state class members’ claims where the defendant does not reside in the court’s forum state.

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