U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida

Recent News About U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida View More

Corrections officer proclaims innocence in case involving alleged assault of inmates

By Karen Kidd | Jun 18, 2019

Prosecutors in the case of a Florida corrections officer accused of assaulting two detainees in 2017 are taking the testimony of another officer involved in the incident who pled guilty, rather than the defendant who maintains his innocence, the Miami attorney defending the officer said during a recent interview.

Federal judge slaps preliminary injunction on online retailers allegedly selling TOMS knockoffs

By Karen Kidd | May 15, 2019

A federal judge has ordered more than two dozen defendants in a trademark infringement complaint filed by a popular U.S. shoe and apparel company to stop selling their knockoffs and has moved to claw back at least part of their alleged ill-gotten gains.

Empire Today granted motion to default in alleged trademark infringement case

By Marian Johns | May 7, 2019

MIAMI — A federal court has granted a motion for default in a case involving Empire Today's allegations of trademark infringement against a Coconut Creek flooring business.

The Record Network