The litigation group is a well-oiled machine, nothing slips through the cracks. They out-work and out-think the other side. They live the case and the results speak for themselves... They are uniquely capable of making me feel like I'm their only client. They're fantastic. 

- Chambers USA 2017; 2021


Decades of zealous representation of clients within the bounds of the law, an unwavering commitment to the highest ethical standards, intellectual curiosity, highly competent and timely work, and the absence of fear of trial has caused the firm’s litigation group to be sought out to handle the most complex disputes arising in the State of Florida and around the country.  The firm represents Fortune 500 corporations, multi-national banks, professional firms, media and entertainment companies, municipalities, insurance companies, other business enterprises and individual clients in a wide variety of litigation matters throughout Florida and nationwide. More than simply “litigators,” our Litigation Department is composed of seasoned trial lawyers who come to court armed with decades of trial experience and the most sophisticated litigation tools employed anywhere in the US.

Our attorneys have tried virtually every type of business and commercial case, including cases involving the telecommunications industry, securities fraud, product liability, construction defect, intellectual property, lender liability, legal malpractice, commercial foreclosure, breach of contract and insurance. In the prosecution and defense of complex class actions our attorneys have been lauded by federal judges across the country as having achieved extraordinary outcomes in the most difficult kinds of class action cases. In addition to our practice in state and federal trial and appellate courts, we regularly represent clients before administrative agencies and in alternative dispute resolution proceedings, including arbitration and mediation.

We collaborate with attorneys in the firm’s other departments to ensure our clients receive a comprehensive review of the legal and practical issues in their matters. Because the firm has strong corporate/securities, real estate, banking, construction, labor and bankruptcy departments, and a culture that encourages cross-department collaboration, our litigators enjoy access to a wealth of knowledge and experience unavailable to boutique competitors.

Our Courtroom

Our team of accomplished trial lawyers and support staff is complemented by a state of the art simulated courtroom used to prepare witnesses for trial, our own proprietary trial presentation software, and an in-house multimedia department dedicated to producing high-level presentation materials and audio/visual aids. We offer the highest level of preparedness to our clients and attorneys to help them to acclimate to a courtroom setting before trial even begins.

  • Administrative & Regulatory Disputes
  • Administrative Litigation & Appeals
  • Antitrust
    Our antitrust lawyers have achieved precedent-setting results for plaintiffs and defendants, including what is believed to be the fourth largest antitrust recovery ever on behalf of an indirect purchaser class ($151,500,000) in connection with a cross-border price fixing and market allocation conspiracy among the nation’s largest producers of polyurethane foam. On the plaintiffs’ side, our lawyers have served (and currently serve) as lead class counsel in a variety of such complex antitrust matters. On the defense side, we have successfully represented corporate and individual clients in a myriad of antitrust cases, including successfully representing the world’s largest generic drug company in one of the first “reverse payment” antitrust cases arising out of related patent litigation under the Hatch-Waxman Act.

    We bring a wealth of experience to antitrust cases, not only because we represent litigants on both sides of the “v,” but also because many of our lawyers have substantial experience in the industries in which our clients operate. Most of the lawyers in our antitrust group formerly clerked for federal court judges. Accordingly, we are at home litigating complex antitrust class actions involving price fixing, bid rigging, market and customer allocation, monopolization, monopsonization, unfair competition, deceptive and unfair trade practices, and price discrimination before federal and state courts around the country.
  • Appellate
    Our appellate practitioners have filed briefs and motions and argued before every level of appeals court in the federal and state court systems – the United States Supreme Court, United States Courts of Appeals, United States District Courts (on review of Bankruptcy Court orders), and the Florida Supreme and District Courts of Appeal. We handle the appeals from the matters we have litigated at the trial court level, as well as appeals from cases we have not, ourselves, tried. Our appellate clients have included certified classes, banks and other financial institutions, professional firms, and companies and individuals in the automotive, construction, healthcare, insurance, pharmaceutical, real estate, sports and entertainment, technology, telecommunications, and transportation industries.
  • Arts, Sports & Entertainment Litigation
  • Banking & Financial Institutions
  • Business Torts  
  • Class Actions
    Stearns Weaver Miller has achieved precedent-setting results for plaintiffs and defendants in class actions. In Allapattah Services, Inc. v. Exxon Corp., No. 1:91-cv-00986-ASG, (S.D. Fla.), we won the largest compensatory jury verdict in class action history at the time – approximately $1.2 billion – and successfully defended that verdict on appeal to the Eleventh Circuit and to the United States Supreme Court (resulting in a 5-4 decision in favor of the class). And we have won significant defense victories in “bet the company” cases, including the leading decision from the United States Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit on what constitutes a “forward looking statement” within the meaning of the safe-harbor provisions of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995.
  • Construction
    Our Construction Law Practice Group represents owners, developers, contractors, and design professionals in disputes under common law and arising from design and construction agreements, including construction defect and delay claims, surety bonds, insurance coverage, construction liens and warranty claims. We counsel clients on a wide variety of construction-related matters from contract negotiation and risk management to litigation and dispute resolution. The group has extensive experience litigating complex construction disputes in federal and state courts and alternative dispute resolution fora.
  • Consumer Protection
  • Contract Litigation
  • Creditors' Rights and Foreclosure  
  • Election Law
    Our team litigates a broad range of issues, including election contests, voting rights, statutory and constitutional challenges, Sunshine Law violations, extraordinary writ proceedings challenging the actions of government officials, and complaints before the Florida Elections Commission and the Florida Commission on Ethics. 
  • Employment Litigation – Management
    No employer likes to be accused of workplace wrongdoing but it has become commonplace in today’s litigious business environment. For decades, our Labor & Employment lawyers have defended employers in state and federal courts and before administrative tribunals in actions brought under Title VII, the FMLA, the Age Discrimination in Employment Act, the Americans with Disabilities Act, the Employee Retirement Income Security Act, the Fair Labor Standards Act, the Fair Credit Reporting Act, the Florida Whistleblower Act, the National Labor Relations Act, and the Railway Labor Act, and other employment laws, among others. We have extensive experience defending class and collective actions involving wage and hour issues. On the other side of the caption, we regularly represent our clients in disputes involving theft of trade secrets, non-competes, breach of contract, defamation, and other business torts.

    We are honored that for the past nine years, Chambers and Partners USA has cited us as one of the top-ranked Labor and Employment groups in Florida.
  • Franchise Litigation
  • Government Investigations & White Collar Crime 
    Our Government Investigations and White Collar Crime practice group represents companies and individuals in a wide range of criminal and civil enforcement matters. We also conduct internal investigations and counsel companies on regulatory compliance matters, such as the Bank Secrecy Act, anti-money laundering laws, economic/trade sanctions, and the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act.  Our team includes former federal prosecutors and a former federal public defender and Florida state court judge who have collectively tried more than 70 criminal cases to verdict.  We have represented clients in grand jury investigations and enforcement actions brought by the U.S. Department of Justice, the U.S. Securities & Exchange Commission, the Office of Foreign Assets Control, and state regulators, among others. 
  • Insurance Coverage
    The firm’s insurance coverage lawyers have extensive experience representing insureds in a variety of contexts. We regularly assist clients in understanding the extent of their insurance coverage following a loss or the assertion of a claim against them. We help clients navigate the insurance process, satisfy policy conditions, and protect their rights and interests. Where necessary, we also help clients resolve coverage disputes through negotiation, mediation, and litigation. Our insurance coverage lawyers have expertise in all of these areas, as well as an enviable record of success.
  • Intellectual Property
    Our lawyers have broad experience handling complex business and legal issues relating to patents, trademarks, copyrights, domain names, and trade secrets. We specialize in the prosecution, protection, and strategic management of intellectual property assets at every stage of business. We aggressively enforce and defend intellectual property rights in federal and state courts throughout the country, and we have often obtained injunctions and writs of seizure closing down infringing activities and preventing infringing products from being imported into the United States.
  • Medical Malpractice Defense
    Stearns Weaver Miller advises healthcare clients, including institutional healthcare enterprises, hospitals, clinics, physician practices, and individual licensed healthcare professionals, on preventative practices as well as pre-suit, litigation and appellate concerns. We have significant experience defending catastrophic wrongful death, medical malpractice and professional liability claims and in state licensing investigations and litigation for physicians, nurses, pharmacists and other healthcare professionals. Our trial lawyers are recognized locally, statewide and nationally.
  • Mergers and Acquisitions Litigation
    Our mergers and acquisitions litigators work in tandem with our transactional lawyers to respond to shareholder lawsuits that seek to enjoin a proposed merger, acquisition, or other strategic transaction and that are typically filed immediately following the public announcement of the transaction. We litigate those cases, whether in Florida state court, Delaware Chancery Court, or a court in some other state, not only to win but also to advance our clients’ business objectives.
  • Officer & Director Liability
    Stearns Weaver Miller regularly counsels directors and officers of national and international companies about "wrongful act" allegations by shareholders, customers, regulators, competitors, creditors’ committees and bankruptcy trustees. The firm’s lawyers have successfully defended directors and officers of national and international corporations against claims for breaches of fiduciary duties, management liability, and the like in state and federal courts throughout the country.
  • Product Liability
    Our lawyers have decades of experience defending product liability claims involving a broad variety of products, including pharmaceuticals, medical devices, building components and materials, vehicles, vessels, appliances, and other equipment. We represent clients at trial and on appeal, in individual cases and class actions.
  • Professional Liability Defense
    The firm’s lawyers have a wealth of experience representing other professionals. The firm regularly defends international, national, regional, and local law firms and lawyers in those firms against legal malpractice and other tort claims and sanctions and contempt proceedings; represents lawyers before grievance committee proceedings and in disciplinary proceedings brought by The Florida Bar; and negotiates and litigates disputes among law partners.  The firm likewise has a long and successful history representing accountants against professional liability claims.
  • Real Estate & Land Use Litigation
  • Securities and Shareholder Derivative Actions
    The firm has a wealth of experience defending securities class actions and the shareholder derivative suits that frequently accompany them, and responding to government investigations, government litigation, and private securities litigation often launched within days after a decline in the price of a publicly-traded company’s stock following the disclosure of a business or financial reversal. The firm has tried securities cases, including class actions and SEC actions, and litigated appeals that have not only resulted in judgments for our clients but also established important Eleventh Circuit precedent on such issues as the scope of the protections afforded to forward-looking statements, and loss causation. We have also successfully represented public companies against unwanted accumulations of their shares.
  • Trust & Probate Litigation
    We represent fiduciaries including personal representatives and institutional and individual trustees, as well as beneficiaries, guardians, heirs, and others in all aspects of contested trust, will and guardianship matters. We defend and prosecute breach of fiduciary duty, surcharge, removal, and accounting claims. We also litigate will contests, will and trust construction disputes, and claims of undue influence, incapacity or elder abuse involving vulnerable adults. Through non-judicial or judicial proceedings we also modify, reform and terminate trusts.

Firm Announcements: Stearns Weaver Miller Names Two New Shareholders
September 2023

Events: Estate Planning & Family Law Panel Discussion
Florida Bankers Association Trust & Wealth Management Conference |September 2023|Kelly A. O'Keefe

In the Media: Miami Gardens scores victory over 25% water surcharge
The Miami Times|September 2022

Events: Recent Developments in Foreign Corrupt Practices Act Investigations and Enforcement
Association of Corporate Counsel (ACC) Small Law Department |June 2022|Michael J. Harwin, Jason Hernandez

Events: The 2022 Stearns Weaver Miller Debates
Miami-Dade Urban Debate League |February 2022|Coral del Mar López

Events: Meritas Black Lawyers Forum – Young Lawyers Roundtable Session
Meritas |January 2022|Jenea M. Reed

In the Media: Florida TCPA Class Cert. Denied Over 'Deceptive' Retiree
Law360|September 2021

In the Media: Fla. High Court To Hear Challenge To State Gun Law
Law360|September 2021

In the Media: Timeshare Co. Can't Dodge TCPA Class Suit
Law360|July 2021

Publications: Florida Adopts its Own Version of the TCPA
Stearns Weaver Miller News Update|July 2021|Grace Mead, Andrea Nathan

Events: Villainy Gone Viral: The Many Faces of Fraud in a Pandemic
American Bar Association Government and Public Sector Lawyers Division |May 2021| Patricia A. Conners

Events: Old Price Gouging Laws, New Applications
American Bar Association Antitrust Law Section, Spring Meeting Webinar |March 2021| Patricia A. Conners

Events: Social Media and Government Communications: Legal and Ethical Considerations
Miami-Dade County - Commission on Ethics & Public Trust |September 2020|Abigail Corbett

Firm Announcements: Stearns Weaver Miller Names Four New Shareholders
September 2020

In the Media: Meet the 2020 Business of Pride honorees: Grace Mead
South Florida Business Journal|June 2020

Events: Virtual Webinar - Recent Amendments to the Florida Business Corporation Act
April 2020|Stuart D. Ames

Events: Antitrust and CP Ethics Meet Hollywood Squares
American Bar Association Antitrust Law Section, Spring Meeting |April 2020| Patricia A. Conners

Events: Antitrust Counseling and Competitor Collaboration and Price Gouging During COVID-19
American Bar Association Antitrust Law Section, Consumer Protection Conference |April 2020| Patricia A. Conners

In the Media: Waterfront condo project in Miami-Dade targeted in $8.6M foreclosure lawsuit
South Florida Business Journal|February 2020

In the Media: Miami investor agrees to pay $2.6M to settle claim
South Florida Business Journal|January 2020

Events: Bid-Rigging Detection
American Bar Association Government and Public Sector Lawyers Division/Section of Antitrust Law |November 2019| Patricia A. Conners

Events: Bert Harris Act Litigation/Mediation and Koontz Exaction Cases
CLE International Eminent Domain Conference |November 2019|Darrin J. Quam

In the Media: ‘Sovereign immunity’ makes Florida a deadbeat debtor. The state should pay up.
South Florida Sun Sentinel|October 2019

In the Media: Miami's Watson Island Flagstone Project Wins on Appeal
Daily Business Review|July 2019

Events: Updates on Blockchain, Fintech and Current Applications in Law
2019 Annual Florida Bar Convention |June 2019|Craig S. Barnett

Publications: Miami Turns Up the Heat On Corruption
Women's White Collar Defense Association |May 2019|Maria Arhancet Fehretdinov

Events: Enforcement Issues and Opportunities for Antitrust Practitioners
Practicing Law Institute, Developments in Antitrust Law & Regulation 2019 |April 2019| Patricia A. Conners

Events: Women and Wealth - Through the Stages of Life
Professional Women's Forum |April 2019|Kelly A. O'Keefe

Events: Last Year Today—The Year in Consumer Protection
American Bar Association Antitrust Law Section, Spring Meeting |March 2019| Patricia A. Conners

In the Media: 25 Women: Lawyer Kelly O'Keefe aims to help people 'move mountains'
Tallahassee Democrat |March 2019

Events: Litigation Skills Luncheon
Miami-Dade Florida Association for Women Lawyers |February 2019|Maria Arhancet Fehretdinov

Events: The Government Perspective: Consumer Protection and Enforcement in Evolving Markets
American Bar Association Antitrust Law Section, Consumer Protection Conference |February 2019| Patricia A. Conners

Publications: Defense of an Other (a Novel)
Amazon|November 2018|Grace Mead

Firm Announcements: Stearns Weaver Miller Names Three New Shareholders
Miami |September 2018

In the Media: 500 Florida's Most Influential Business Leaders
Florida Trend|September 2018

Events: Building, Managing & Leveraging Strategic Networks
NAWL Annual Meeting |July 2018

In the Media: Court Blocks Parts of Matching-Gift Case
CBS12|June 2018

In the Media: Appellate Court Mostly Finds for Lawmakers in Matching-Gift Case
Florida Politics|June 2018

Publications: Appellate Case Notes
Administrative Law Section of The Florida Bar Newsletter|June 2018

In the Media: Litigation Departments of the Year — Midsize Law Firms
Daily Business Review|May 2018

Events: Florida Appellate & Administrative Law Update
Legal Advocacy Forum, Florida Association of Rehabilitation Facilities |May 2018

Events: Climate Change: Legal Impacts and Opportunities
Meritas Annual Meeting |May 2018|Abigail Corbett

Events: Meritas Annual Meeting
May 2018

Events: Identifying and Managing Procurement Risks: Practical Tips and Strategies
The Knowledge Group |April 2018

Events: Probate Litigation 101: The Nuts and Bolts
Pincus Professional Education Seminar |April 2018|Kelly A. O'Keefe

Events: Sinking Your Teeth into NC Dental
American Bar Association Antitrust Law Section, Spring Meeting |April 2018| Patricia A. Conners

In the Media: Women Seize on Their Past Abuse to Fuel Political Ambition
CNN Politics |March 2018

In the Media: DBR Announces Professional Excellence Award Honorees
Daily Business Review |March 2018

In the Media: Watson Island Developer Wins Case Against Miami, Plans to Seek Damages
Daily Business Review|March 2018

In the Media: BBX Defeats Shareholder Lawsuit in Case That Could Trim Merger Litigation
Daily Business Review|March 2018

In the Media: Cabot Investors Win Class Cert. In $157M Fraud Suit
Law360|March 2018

Events: Tips for Young Lawyers in the Courtroom
Miami-Dade Florida Association for Women Lawyers |February 2018

Events: Florida Appellate Update
Legal Advocacy Forum, Florida Association of Rehabilitation Facilities |February 2018

Events: Analyzing Sea Level Rise Adaptation Strategies at the City of Coral Gables
Resilient Utility Coalition - Operationalizing Resilience Summit |January 2018|Abigail Corbett

Events: How Local Government is Shaping Climate Resiliency in SE Florida
UM Environmental Law Society; UM Office of Sustainability |January 2018|Abigail Corbett

In the Media: The Inside Story of Miami's New Climate Tax
Earther|December 2017

In the Media: This is what happens when university matching gifts aren’t matched
Tampa Bay Times|December 2017

In the Media: Prominent Tobacco Attorney Philip Gerson Fights Discipline Case
Daily Business Review|November 2017

In the Media: The high cost of losing for the football capital of Florida
Tallahassee Democrat|October 2017

Firm Announcements: Stearns Weaver Miller Names Three New Shareholders
September 2017

Ad Valorem Tax News Update, Land Development News Update, Publications: Should You Challenge Your Property Tax Assessment?
Stearns Weaver Miller News Update |August 2017|Jacob T. Cremer, John N. Muratides, Darrell Payne, Mark D. Solov

In the Media: Alan Levan gets back to work
Miami Herald Business Monday |August 2017

Publications: Sea Level Rise Adaptation: Funding Sources
The Environmental and Land Use Law Section of the Florida Bar Reporter |August 2017|Abigail Corbett, Jason S. Koslowe

In the Media: Billion dollar lawsuit claims state broke higher education promises
Tallahassee Democrat|July 2017

In the Media: Epic Battles
South Florida Business and Wealth|July 2017

In the Media: Levan, BBX cleared of SEC charges
South Florida Business Journal |May 2017

In the Media: Federal Jury Clears Levan and BBX on All SEC Claims
Daily Business Review|May 2017

In the Media: Prominent banker, attorney win fights with SEC, class-action attorneys
South Florida Business & Wealth |May 2017

Publications: The Cayman Islands: A Very Convenient Truth in Financial Oversight
Daily Business Review |March 2017

In the Media: Going the Distance
The Florida Bar Journal|March 2017

Events: Ground Zero: Miami
University of Miami Law Review’s Symposium: Climate Wrongs and Human Rights |February 2017|Abigail Corbett

Events: Florida Appellate Update
Legal Advocacy Forum, Florida Association of Rehabilitation Facilities |January 2017

Publications: Degas or Dud? What You Can Do if the Artwork You Bought Is a Fake
Daily Business Review |December 2016|Jason Hernandez

Events: Tech Issues Invading Local Governments: A look at AirBnB and Uber/Lyft
Florida Association of County Attorneys 2016 Midyear CLE Seminar Program |December 2016|Abigail Corbett

Events: Trends in Florida’s Appellate Fee Decisions
Pat Dore Administrative Conference |October 2016

In the Media: Court reverses 2014 judgment against BBX, Alan Levan
SunSentinel|September 2016

In the Media: 11th Circ. Axes SEC Win in BankAtlantic Fraud Case
Law360|September 2016

In the Media: Levan and BBX overturn SEC’s victory on appeal
South Florida Business Journal|September 2016

In the Media: Under 40 Hot List - 2016
Benchmark Litigation |August 2016

Events: View From the Deck: Things I Know Now That I Wish I Knew Then
UF Law NaviGators |July 2016|Morgan A. McDonough

Publications: The Writ (and Wisdom) of Wage Garnishments
BeLabor the Point Blog|June 2016

Firm Announcements: Stearns Weaver Miller Adds 2 Attorneys
June 2016

In the Media: Nightlife, fashion among law firms’ new niches
Miami Herald|April 2016

Events: Florida Appellate Update
Legal Advocacy Forum, Florida Association of Rehabilitation Facilities |April 2016

In the Media: Voters Go Indie
Florida Weekly|March 2016

In the Media: Democrat? Republican? Nope. Youngest voters reject the parties
The Florida Times Union|March 2016

In the Media: $151 Million Settlement Approved in Foam Class Action
Daily Business Review|March 2016

Events: Dade County Bar Association 2016 Bench & Bar Conference
Hyatt Regency Miami |February 2016

Publications: Voters Should Not Have to Join a Party
Tallahassee Democrat|February 2016|Glenn Burhans, Jr.

In the Media: Top 9 Takeaways From Knoedler Forgery Trial
Artnet|February 2016

Publications: Nudging Judges to Issue Decisions Can Pay off
Daily Business Review|February 2016|Albert D. Lichy

Publications: Feds Shift Focus to Money Laundering in Miami Real Estate
Daily Business Review|January 2016|Jason Hernandez

Events: Liquor Licensure 101
Stearns Weaver Miller |January 2016|Bridget Smitha

Events: Post-Judgment Proceedings and Collections
Newbie Litigator School 2015 Series |November 2015|Craig S. Barnett

Firm Announcements: Jason P. Hernandez Joins Stearns Weaver Miller
October 2015

Firm Announcements: Stearns Weaver Miller Names Five New Shareholders
September 2015

In the Media: Encouraged to Dream
The Florida Bar News|August 2015

In the Media: DBR to Honor 20 South Florida Women in Law
Daily Business Review|August 2015

In the Media: Group wants open voting
Tampa Bay Times|July 2015

Publications: O Civility, Where Art Thou?
Context Florida|July 2015|Glenn Burhans, Jr.

Events: Talk Show Appearance
The Usual Suspects |July 2015|Glenn Burhans, Jr.

In the Media: Cleveland Clinic Defense Team Wins Malpractice Case
Daily Business Review|April 2015

Events: Dade County Bar Association 2015 Bench & Bar Conference
Hyatt Regency - Downtown Miami |February 2015

In the Media: Real Estate Boom Good News for Law Firms
Daily Business Review|February 2015

Events: Florida Appellate Update
Legal Advocacy Forum, Florida Association of Rehabilitation Facilities |February 2015

Firm Announcements: Stearns Weaver Miller Names New Shareholders
September 2014

In the Media: The 2014 Rising Stars
Daily Business Review|September 2014

In the Media: Review To Honor Top 40 Lawyers Under 40
Daily Business Review|July 2014

Events: Super Stars vs. Rising Stars Commercial Litigation Mock Trial
Daily Business Review |July 2014

Events: Florida Administrative Appeals & Stays
The Florida Bar Appellate Practice Section, Florida Bar Annex |July 2014

In the Media: Bond Issue In Play For New Miami-Dade Courthouse
Daily Business Review|July 2014

Events: Florida Appellate Update
Legal Advocacy Forum, Florida Association of Rehabilitation Facilities |June 2014

Events: The Art & Science of Florida Appellate Advocacy: Introduction to Florida Appeals for Insurance Claims Adjusters
March 2014

Events: The Florida Bar Appellate Court Rules Committee & Florida’s Rulemaking Process: How a Rule Becomes Law & Changes in the Pipeline
First District Appellate American Inn of Court |January 2014

Publications: DOJ’s Shift in Corporate Prosecutions: Too Big to Ignore
Daily Business Review|December 2013|Albert D. Lichy

Events: Social Media and the Courtroom
The Federal Bar Association |November 2013

Events: Redeeming Gideon: Access to Counsel 50 Years Later
2013 District of Columbia Judicial and Bar Conference |April 2013|Maria Arhancet Fehretdinov

Events: Legal Legends vs. Young Guns Commercial Litigation Mock Trial
Dade County Bar Association |November 2012|Carlos J. Canino

Events: Top 12 Distinctions Between the Florida and Federal Appellate Rules
First District Appellate American Inn of Court |October 2012

Events: Women in the Courtroom and Jury Selection in a Diverse Population
Florida Association for Women Lawyers |October 2012

Events: An Affair to Remember: Emerging Issues for Appellate Practitioners in Family Law Litigation
First District Appellate American Inn of Court |March 2012

In the Media: Rothstein loses it when asked about law partner's slaying
Sun Sentinel|January 2012

Publications: The Availability of Performance-Based Fee Enhancements After in re Pilgrim’s Pride
American Bankruptcy Institute Journal|January 2012|Albert D. Lichy

Firm Announcements: Judge Mary Barzee Flores to Join Firm
May 2011

Events: Things Civil Lawyers Should Know About Criminal Law, (Restitution, Forfeiture, Victims’ Rights Act, Fifth Amendment Issues, Upjohn Warnings, Federal Prosecutors vs. Receivers and Trustees)
ABA Section of Litigation and Criminal Justice Joint Annual Conference |April 2011

Events: The Clash Between the State and the Estate: What is Best for Victims?” (Federal Criminal Asset Forfeiture, Bankruptcy Asset Recovery and When the Two Collide)
Florida Bar 9th Annual International Litigation and Arbitration Conference |February 2011

Publications: 11 U.S.C. § 365(d)(3)’s Creation of the Dueling ‘Billing Date’ and ‘Proration’ Approaches, and a Simple Fix
Real Estate Law Journal|January 2011|Albert D. Lichy

Firm Announcements: Darrell Payne Joins Stearns Weaver Miller
November 2009

Firm Announcements: Four Attorneys Promoted to Shareholder
October 2009

Firm Announcements: Firm Expands Labor, Litigation Departments
June 2009

Firm Announcements: First Annual Tony Menendez Computer Scholarships
January 2009

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