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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Cuba travel lawsuit against Carnival withdrawn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.

News Conference at Federal Courtre: Carnival Lawsuit on Thursday, April 21

News Conference at Federal Courtre: Carnival Lawsuit on Thursday, April 21

Greater Miami, Fort Lauderdale chambers may merge

South Florida’s two largest chambers of commerce, the Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce and the Greater Fort Lauderdale Chamber of Commerce, are exploring a merger.

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News Conference at Federal Court re: Carnival Lawsuit on Thursday, April 21

News Conference at Federal Court re: Carnival Lawsuit on Thursday, April 21.

Interview with Javier Lopez re: Carnival Lawsuit on Friday, April 22, 2016

Interview with Javier Lopez discussing Carnival Lawsuit on Friday, April 22, 2016

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Cuba autoriza entrada de cubanos a la isla en cruceros

En una nota de prensa del periódico Granma, el gobiernocubanoanunció que a partir del 26 de Abril del 2016 se autorizará “la entrada y salida de ciudadanoscubanos, con independencia de sucondiciónmigratoria, en calidad de pasajeros y tripulantes en buquesmercantes.