A class action filed in Florida against Atlanta-based Equifax Inc. notes an ironic catch-22 that Equifax has since eliminated.
Detectives arrested five South Florida personal injury attorneys accused of participating in an insurance fraud with lucrative kickbacks.
A proposed settlement shows Holland & Knight would pay $5 million to settle a malpractice suit involving two of its attorneys.
New collateral damage in Hurricane Irma's wake: thousands of missed deadlines, hearings and canceled judicial sales.
Florida International University College of Law was the top performer in the July 2017 General Bar Examination, which drew 3,247 applicants.
Miami-based Akerman reportedly participated in a lobbying dinner that caught federal investigators' attention, and fueled speculation of alleged unethical behavior by President Donald Trump's nominee for a top job at the Federal Emergency Management Agency, or FEMA.
Two homeowners who felt misled on a mortgage refinance sued the three companies involved — even after getting what they wanted.
A new law set to take effect July 1 requires condo associations with 150 units or more to post their business records online so unit owners have easy access.
State courts in Miami-Dade, Broward and Palm Beach counties will be closed Sept. 11 due to Hurricane Irma.
State courts in Miami-Dade and Monroe counties and the St. Thomas University law school announce closures as Hurricane Irma barrels toward the region.