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Kozyak Tropin Throckmortons Stephanie Gomez elected Vice Chair of Federal Bar Associations International Law Section

In her role as Vice Chair of the International Law Section, Gomez will help organize a variety of speaker programs on various international legal subjects, help those in foreign countries gain access to top legal talent in the United States and promote the causes of peace, democracy and human rights everywhere.

Kozyak Tropin Throckmorton adds Benjamin Widlanski Maria Garcia John Criste and Daniel Maland to Complex Litigation Class action and Health care practices

“As part of our ongoing commitment to attract the best and brightest, we are thrilled to add these lawyers, who, in addition to being great lawyers, are great people who will bring value to our clients and the community,” said firm President Harley Tropin.

Kozyak Tropin & Throckmorton’s Cori Lopez-Castro Inducted into the International Academy of Trial Lawyers

Lopez-Castro was selected to join the national group of 500 fellows based on her proven skill and ability in jury trials, trials before bankruptcy courts, and appellate practice. She was selected through a comprehensive screening process that identifies the most distinguished members of the trial bar by means of peer and judicial review.

Kozyak Tropin Throckmorton Names Cori Lopez-Castro Managing Partner

Lopez-Castro concentrates her practice on bankruptcy, receiverships, and commercial litigation matters. Her practice reflects her extensive experience and expertise with bankruptcy reorganizations and liquidations, receiverships, debt restructuring, and creditors’ rights. Her community and professional involvement includes being elected to serve from 2006-2007 as the second woman president of the Cuban American Bar Association, an organization with which she has been actively involved for over 20 years.

Kozyak Tropin Throckmortons Javier a Lopez named to Hispanic National Bar Associations Top Lawyers under 40

At Kozyak Tropin & Throckmorton, Lopez focuses his practice on complex commercial litigation, with particular expertise in advising and representing international clients in matters brought in U.S. federal and state courts. Among many other achievements, Lopez was recently installed as president of the Cuban American Bar Association.

Kozyak Tropin Throckmortons Stephanie Moncada Gomez elected Secretary of Federal Bar Associations International Law Section

At Kozyak Tropin & Throckmorton, Gomez serves in the firm’s complex litigation department and international practice, focusing her practice on representing international clients in matters brought in U.S. federal and state courts. Gomez also has an active pro bono practice focused on representation of juveniles in immigration and dependency proceedings.

Sheryl Magerer Tropin appointed Chair of 
MCCJ Board of Directors

Tropin, an avid community advocate and philanthropist who has been deeply involved with the organization for several years, began her one-year term on June 2. As chair, Tropin plans to focus the efforts of the board on this year’s capital campaign which will grow the organization’s programming and events outreach, as well as increase awareness of the organization and its mission in the community.

Harley Tropin Honored with American Jewish Committee’s 2016 Judge Learned Hand Award

Nearly 400 legal, business and community leaders attended the gala dinner at Jungle Island. AJC established the annual award in 1964 to recognize leaders in the legal profession for their excellence and contributions to the practice of law and the community at large.

Harley Tropin to be Honored with American Jewish Committee’s 2016 Judge Learned Hand Award

The highest honor given by AJC within the legal profession, the Judge Learned Hand Award recognizes the memory of Judge Learned Hand, noted for his significant decisions in constitutional law and anti-trust. The recipients of this award are people who embody much of what the judge represented: the rights of the individual and the importance of democratic values in an orderly society. 

Inaugural Shatter the Stigma event raises money to help South Floridians affected by Mental Illness

The event was hosted by the de la Cruz family and underwritten by Harley and Sherry Tropin. During the event, Tropin, president of Kozyak Tropin Throckmorton and honorary chair of the event, spoke about the need to remove the stigma to make it easier for people to seek help, and to obtain funding for mental health research.