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Miami Plastic Surgeon Takes Action Against Patients Who Left Negative Online Reviews

Nicole George saved up money for three years to have a “mommy makeover.” She used online reviews to help find a plastic surgeon. “It’s good to know from the patients themselves what their experience was,” George said. “Ratings are very important.” The mother from the Fort Myers area is now questioning the accuracy of those online reviews. Positive reviews led Continue Reading...

US to Allow Lawsuits Over Properties Seized by Castro’s Cuba

Stepping up pressure on Cuba, the Trump administration will allow lawsuits against foreign companies doing business in properties seized from Americans after the island’s 1959 revolution, a senior administration official said. The move marks a change in more than two decades of U.S. policy on Cuba. President Donald Trump has been taking steps to isolate embattled Venezuela President Nicolas Maduro, Continue Reading...

Litigation Over Ultra Music Festival’s Trademark Abroad Proceeds to Trial in Miami

A case being heard in federal court in Miami will decide the fate of the city’s world-renowned Ultra Music Festival across the Atlantic Ocean. Just as tickets were placed on sale for the forthcoming 21st edition of the Miami-born festival on Tuesday, U.S. District Judge Federico A. Moreno presided over litigation between Worldwide Entertainment Group and Adria MM Productions, battling for the right to use the Ultra Continue Reading...

Personal injury firm sues competing firm over billboard ad

Source: www.miamiherald.com Personal injury firm sues competing firm over billboard ad A personal injury law firm in Massachusetts is suing a competing firm over what it alleges is a copycat billboard even though the signs have numerous differences. Ellis Law Offices in Worcester alleges in the suit that The Law Offices of Joseph J. Cariglia intentionally copied its billboard to Continue Reading...

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Source: www.forbes.com     How To Execute A Business ‘Divorce’ Without Hard Feelings As the founder of an online resource specializing in all things marriage (including divorce), I’ve come to learn that business relationships have many parallels to marriage and intimate relationships. They start with enthusiasm and passion, they grow through balance and communication, and they endure the peaks and Continue Reading...

Bitcoin not money, Miami judge rules in dismissing laundering charges | Miami Herald

Bitcoin not money, Miami judge rules in dismissing laundering charges   A Miami-Dade judge ruled Monday that Bitcoin is not actually money, a decision hailed by proponents of the virtual currency that has become popular across the world. In a case closely watched in financial and tech circles, the judge threw out the felony charges against website designer Michell Espinoza, who Continue Reading...

State faces $50 million civil rights lawsuit over drunk driving cases – Orlando Sentinel

State faces $50 million civil rights lawsuit over drunk driving cases   Two Orlando attorneys today filed what they hope will become a $50 million class action lawsuit, accusing the state of Florida of violating the constitutional rights of drunk driving suspects. The suit, filed in Orlando federal court, names the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles and Continue Reading...

Broward County Resident Sentenced to 4 Years in Prison for Possessing at Least 652 Identities Used in Stolen Identity and Tax Fraud Schemes | USAO-SDFL | Department of Justice

Broward County Resident Sentenced to 4 Years in Prison for Possessing at Least 652 Identities Used in Stolen Identity and Tax Fraud Schemes A Broward County resident was sentenced to 48 months in prison, followed by three years of supervised release, and was ordered to pay restitution in the amount of $12,640.35 for possessing at least 652 identities that were Continue Reading...