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How Litigation Firms Moved Forward While Courts Were Largely Halted

Litigation-based firms braced for severe business interruptions when the pandemic descended, and while the absence of trials had its effect, in many places, court dockets kept moving, and litigators kept working—handling depositions, negotiations, and various other client work. 

Real Estate Facing ‘Mayhem’ In The Courts As Legal Backlog Balloons

The legal system is the unsung hero of the commercial real estate industry, especially in times of strife. Landlord-tenant disputes, foreclosures, contract disputes, tax appeals, partnership settlements — the everyday procedure of the way capital moves through the U.S. real estate industry relies on a functioning judiciary.

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MDL and Class Action Trends Take Center Stage at Miami Forum

When Congress passed the Multidistrict Litigation Act in 1968, no judge or lawyer today could have foreseen the extent to which MDLs would eventually dominate the federal docket. The Daily Business Review turned to KTT partner, Ben Widlanski to discuss MDLs and why they’re so impactful.

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Retail Lessons Learned: Savvy Landlords, Commercial Tenants Are in This Together

We are still dealing with the pandemic and its impact. The way we live our lives and interact with one another has changed, and the way we transact business and approach commerce has evolved.

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Defense Lawyers Note Potential Statewide Ripple From Miami Dade College Class Action

The Florida Defense Lawyers Association claimed in the amicus curiae the litigation is not just over a college tuition refund, but the lower court’s ruling on sovereign immunity could have a ripple effect on nearly every government institution in the sunshine state.

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‘I’m Here Live. I’m Not a Cat.’ We Can’t Ignore Wave of Innovation Any Longer

Because while Zoom may be the easy example, the low hanging fruit, it’s only the beginning of the wave of technological innovations that are coming to redefine the practice of law in the coming years.

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Discovery Nightmare: Simple Request Sparked 3-Year Dispute for Miami-Dade Lawyer

When Kozyak Tropin & Throckmorton partner Javier Lopez agreed to defend a Coral Gables barbershop owner against accusations of tortious interference in August 2017, he had assumed the litigation would be straightforward.

But he was wrong. 

“My client was not someone that was going to be bullied,” Lopez said. “I think, a lot of times, lawyers forget that OK, maybe we have 15, 20 cases, but every case is the most important case for that client. It’s all-consuming. It takes over their lives. They dream about it. I dream about it too. And we’ve got to remember that we are helping these folks, in many instances, during some of the worst parts of their lives.”

Corali Lopez-Castro of Kozyak Tropin & Throckmorton: The Future Of Retail In The Post Pandemic World

Arianna Huffington’s Thrive Global interviews Corali Lopez-Castro on what’s ahead for retail.

Women, Lawyers & Mothers: A Message to Our Children

In this episode of The Litigation Room, Amanda McGovern hosts Corali Lopez-Castro of Kozyak Tropin & Throckmorton, and other legal experts.

Happy New Year? Top South Florida Litigators Pinpoint Key Issues for 2021

Harley S. Tropin of Kozyak Tropin & Throckmorton and other top litigators in South Florida have their eyes on several issues and opportunities, and are wondering if current conditions portend the new normal, as they transition into the New Year.

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5 South Florida Attorneys Address Litigation Implications of Biden Administration on Cuban Relations

South Florida attorneys and academics said that actions by President-elect Biden’s administration might have significant legal implications on American-Cuban relations.

South Florida office landlords are offering sweeteners to lure tenants amid the pandemic

As the date approached to renew their office lease in Coral Gables, Javier Lopez and his partners at the Kozyak Tropin & Throckmorton law firm contemplated negotiating tactics.