Carlton Fields

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Main Office: Tampa
Participating Offices: Atlanta; Miami; Orlando; Tampa; West Palm Beach, FL
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Daily Business Review (registration)
Six Carlton Fields Real Estate Lawyers Jump to Duane Morris in MiamiDaily Business Review (registration)Steinman is also one of two Carlton Fields attorneys sued along with the firm late last year in a legal malpractice case stemming from a failed real estate deal involving a $25 million, 8.5-acre parcel of land in Fort Lauderdale. The complaint alleges …Duane Morris Hires Six Real Estate Lawyers in MiamiBloomberg Big Law Businessall 2 news articles »
Duane Morris Draws Real Estate Attys From Carlton FieldsLaw360 (subscription)Law360, Miami (June 2, 2017, 7:40 PM EDT) -- Duane Morris LLP said it has landed six real estate attorneys with extensive experience in transactional, leasing and finance work from Florida-based law firm Carlton Fields for its Miami office. The …and more »
Florida Politics (blog)
Personnel note: Beth Vecchioli rejoins Carlton Fields's insurance regulatory practiceFlorida Politics (blog)The veteran lobbyist has rejoined the firm of Carlton Fields to serve as a Senior Director — Government Consulting. In this position, Vecchioli will serve as co-chair of the firm's property and casualty regulatory group. Before joining Carlton Fieldsand more »
Georgia Federal Court Finds Policy's Broad Firearms Exclusion Bars CoverageJD Supra (press release)The U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Georgia granted summary judgment in favor of AIG Specialty Insurance Co. in a case involving the application of the firearms exclusion in Powe v. Chartis Specialty Insurance Co., No. 1:16-CV-01336 …
New HHS Cybersecurity Preparedness ChecklistJD Supra (press release)Carlton Fields. The Department of Health and Human Services' Office of Civil Rights (OCR) recently published a checklist to guide HIPAA-covered entities and business associates through an appropriate response to a ransomware or cybersecurity incident ...
Voya Scores Win in ERISA Suit Over Robo-Adviser FeesBloomberg BNACarlton Fields Jorden Burt LLP represents Voya. The investor is represented by Schneider Wallace Cottrell Brayton Konecky LLP and Berger & Montague P.C., a legal team that's also litigating ERISA cases against TIAA, Charles Schwab Corp., and ...and more »
Duane Morris recruits six-attorney real estate team from Carlton FieldsSouth Florida Business Journal“We're thrilled to join Duane Morris,” said Steinman. “The move will position us to provide our clients with the top-level service they've come to expect. Additionally, we're pleased to join a global firm well-known for its collegial culture …
Florida-based Firms Rise and Fall in the 2017 Am Law 200Daily Business Review (registration)With an 11.7 percent drop in gross revenues in 2016, Tampa-based Carlton Fields dropped the most. It fell 14 slots in the rankings to No. 146, litigation was down nationwide, and two-thirds of the firm is made up of litigators across all practice areas …and more »
Lone Objector's Class-Conflict Arguments Miss the TargetJD Supra (press release)In 2015, Target settled a class action stemming from a massive data breach of its customers' sensitive information. According to the settlement terms, Target agreed to pay $10 million to those affected. The Minnesota district court originally granted …and more »
Lease-Termination Fee Class Fails Third Circuit Ascertainability RequirementJD Supra (press release)Using the Third Circuit's comparatively robust ascertainability standard, the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania recently denied certification of a class of tenants allegedly charged an improper lease-termination fee …
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