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Criminal mental health program in Miami-Dade seen as a model for nation

The front lines of the mental health crisis unfolding in Miami-Dade County — home to the nation’s largest ratio of people living with a serious mental illness in an urban community — are not in the psychiatric hospitals and behavioral counseling centers where patients seek help.


Private development to bring construction boom to Miami River

Big changes are around the bend for the Miami River waterfront, as private development in the area is paving the way for a construction boom.


Harley Tropin AJC

Harley S. Tropin, senior partner at KozyakTropin& Throckmorton, received the 2016 Judge Learned Hand Award from AJC Miami and Broward on April 13, 2016. Established in 1964, the award cites legal professionals for excellence and contributions to the legal community.


Lawyer to be honored by American Jewish Committee

Harley S. Tropin, president of the law firm KozyakTropin& Throckmorton in Coral Gables, will be honored with AJC’s 2016 Judge Learned Hand Award.

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Lawyer to be honored by American Jewish Committee

Lawyer Harley S. Tropin of Pinecrest will receive American Committee’s 2016 Judge Learned Hand Award.


In Health Care, Cost Transparency Is Unclear

Health-care prices are complex and in many ways secret—which can affect how much you end up paying for your health care.

Shatter the Stigma Fundraiser

More than 150 community leaders attended Shatter the Stigma, an inaugural mental health awareness fundraiser addressing the stigma surrounding mental illness and the lack of resources available for treatment in South Florida.

American Jewish Committee’s Gala

Harley S. Tropin, president of Kozyak Tropin & Throckmorton, received American Jewish Committee’s 2016 Judge Learned Hand Award at a gala dinner at Jungle Island.

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Historic U.S. cruise docks in Havana

Ana Garcia was crying and could hardly walk as she left the cruise ship that took her from Miami to Havana.

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Who is left holding the bag for latent damage claims?

Increasingly, true reorganizations under Chapter 11 are the exception, not the rule, as corporate debtors utilize bankruptcy sales to maximize asset value and pay creditors. This trend blurs the line between reorganizations and liquidations, as many Chapter 11 filings repurpose the disposition of assets via goingconcern sales to purchasers without associated liabilities and interests, which attach to sale proceeds payable to administrative expenses, lienholders, unsecured creditors and equity.

Cuba travel lawsuit against Carnival withdrawn

In the wake of a reversal in a Cuban policy that prevented those born in Cuba from taking cruises to the island, a class-action lawsuit against Carnival Cruises and its Fathom line was pulled Thursday.

Cuban-Born Travelers Drop Suit After Carnival Axes Ban

Two Cuban-born Americans accusing Carnival Corp. of civil rights violations for barring Cuban-born consumers from its new cruises to the once off-limits country dropped their proposed class action Thursday, citing recent changes in Carnival’s booking policy and Cuban law.