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Class-action suit aims to stop actions of alleged foreclosure mill against homeowners

By Robert Hadley | Feb 8, 2016

MIAMI – A class-action suit filed by a Brazilian citizen over family property in Florida claims several banks and law firms are pursuing unlawful foreclosures against thousands of Florida homeowners.

Florida boat owner files motion for indemnity in personal injury case

By Robert Hadley | Feb 7, 2016

MIAMI – A Florida man is filing a motion to indemnify him against claims arising from an accident that allegedly occurred aboard a sailboat he owns.

Okla. insurance company says it's not liable to pay for Florida man's injuries

By Robert Hadley | Feb 7, 2016

MIAMI – An Oklahoma insurance company is suing a Florida man and two businesses in the state over a dispute surrounding an insurance policy.

Class-action suit seeks to halt allegedly unlawful homeowners insurance practices

By Robert Hadley | Feb 7, 2016

MIAMI – A Miami homeowner is suing PennyMac Loan Services LLC and three insurance companies, claiming they charge borrowers undisclosed and illegitimate costs in connection with force-placed insurance.

Plastic surgeon accuses Strax Rejuvenation of misrepresenting his work

By Robert Hadley | Jan 31, 2016

MIAMI – A Seattle plastic surgeon is suing Strax Rejuvenation for allegedly posting before-and-after photographs of his patients and misrepresenting his surgical results as their own.

Wells Fargo requests move of debt collection case from state to federal court

By Robert Hadley | Jan 31, 2016

MIAMI – Wells Fargo Bank is petitioning to remove a mortgage foreclosure case from the Eleventh Judicial Circuit in Dade County to the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida.

AutoNation accuses former general manager of violating non-compete clause

By Robert Hadley | Jan 31, 2016

MIAMI – A Fort Lauderdale car dealer is suing a former general manager, claiming he broke an employment agreement by leaving the company to work for a competitor.

U.S. government accuses man of owing over $70K for student loans

By Robert Hadley | Jan 31, 2016

MIAMI – The federal government is suing a St. Lucie County man who allegedly defaulted on a student loan from the Department of Education dating back to 2000.

Receiver for eCareer’s fraud case accuses CEO of stealing funds

By Robert Hadley | Jan 31, 2016

MIAMI – The lawyer handling a receivership case for a Boca Raton company accused of investor fraud is suing the firm’s CEO, claiming he used company funds to cover personal expenses.

Mapei accuses Laticrete of unauthorized trademark use

By Robert Hadley | Jan 31, 2016

FORT LAUDERDALE – An Italian company that manufactures flooring adhesives is suing Laticrete International in a dispute over the unauthorized use of its trademarked logo.

Florida woman accuses Fox Collection Center of violating Fair Debt Collection Act

By Robert Hadley | Jan 29, 2016

MIAMI – A Santa Rosa County woman is suing Fox Collection Center, claiming they deceived her by insisting she defend an unpaid debt case in person in Tennessee after the statute of limitations had already passed.

Insurance firm seeks to cap liability for nightclub shooting at $75,000

By Robert Hadley | Jan 26, 2016

MIAMI – An Ohio insurance company is seeking a declaratory judgment against The Mint Lounge to determine coverage limits for assault and battery liability.

King Ocean claims Hayek Services hasn't paid invoices

By Robert Hadley | Jan 26, 2016

An international shipping firm is suing Miami-based Hayek Services for more than $100,000 in unpaid freight invoices.

Ex-hairstylist accuses LeeLou Salon of wage violation

By Robert Hadley | Jan 26, 2016

A Dade County woman says her former employer, LeeLou Salon and Spa in Miami, failed to pay her minimum wage, as well as other money they allegedly owe.

Woman sues Sprint over claim that nude photos were downloaded, shared

By Robert Hadley | Jan 25, 2016

An Orlando, Fla. woman is suing Sprint PCS, claiming a repair tech downloaded and shared her nude photos.

Man claims SunTrust Banks violated debt-collection law

By Robert Hadley | Jan 25, 2016

A Florida man alleges that Suntrust Banks repeatedly harassed him by calling his cell phone to collect money they claim he owes.

Cruise passenger's suit blames Carnival Corp. for slip-and-fall injuries

By Robert Hadley | Jan 25, 2016

A Nevada woman is suing Carnival Corp. for injuries she alleged suffered aboard the cruise ship Carnival Breeze last year.

Chinese restaurant accused of not providing full value of tips, overtime wages to servers

By Robert Hadley | Jan 24, 2016

PENSACOLA, Fla. – Two Pensacola women are suing their former employer, House of Chong, and its owner in an overtime pay dispute.

Hillstone Restaurant waitress accuses employer of federal wage violations

By Robert Hadley | Jan 24, 2016

MIAMI – A Miami woman is suing her employer, Hillstone Restaurant, claiming she was not properly paid for overtime hours she worked.

St. Vincent DePaul thrift store faces lawsuit, accused of not paying minimum wage

By Robert Hadley | Jan 24, 2016

PENSACOLA, Fla. – A Florida man is suing the Society of St. Vincent DePaul, owner of a thrift store warehouse where he works, claiming the Society committed wage fraud.

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