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McDonald's Corporation allegedly failed to prevent woman from falling

An individual is suing McDonald's Corporation for alleged negligence.

Whole Foods Market accused of failing to prevent individual from falling

An individual is suing Whole Foods Market IP LP for alleged negligence.

Unum Life Insurance Company of America allegedly breached insurance contract

An individual is suing Unum Life Insurance Company of America for alleged breach of contract.

Collins Asset Group alleges it is owed more than $60,000 from Pinellas County couple

CLEARWATER – A Pinellas County couple is alleged to have failed to pay a promissory note.

Appeals court rules in favor of J.P. Morgan Securities in $25 million investment case

A $25 million investment that went awry for a Florida company recently ended with an appeal before Florida's Fifth District Court of Appeal.

Broward County individual accused of defaulting on car loan

FORT LAUDERDALE – A creditor alleges a Broward County resident failed to make monthly payments on a car loan.

Appeals court remands Wells Fargo foreclosure case for new trial

PALM BEACH — The Florida 4th District Court of Appeals has sided with Wells Fargo Bank in its appeal of a judgment granting involuntary dismissal of a foreclosure case.

Miramar couple claims Nationstar Mortgage violated RESPA

FORT LAUDERDALE — A Miramar couple is suing Nationstar Mortgage LLC, citing alleged violation of the Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act.

Greenberg Traurig Miami attorney assists OKO Group with financing of Edgewater property

MIAMI — A Greenberg Traurig attorney has aided OKO Group and its partner Cain Hoy Enterprises with the financing and tax related issues regarding the acquisition of a 2-acre parcel along Biscayne Bay located in Miami’s waterfront Edgewater neighborhood.

Lawyer named to 40 Under 40 list 'gets her hands dirty,' makes 'significant' contributions

ORLANDO – Orlando Business Journal's 40 Under 40 is the latest accolade on Camille M. Evans' resume.

Cayman legal students attend biannual Florida law clinic

FORT LAUDERDALE -- Law students from Truman Bodden Law School took part in a Caribbean Law Clinic last month at Nova South Eastern Law School in Fort Lauderdale.

Multi-million-dollar claim by smoker against R.J. Reynolds denied

WEST PALM BEACH -- R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Co. was found not liable to pay for the health problems of a 70-year-old man who is suffering from emphysema.

Man alleges Unum Life wrongfully terminated disability benefits

TAMPA – A Polk County man alleges his disability benefits were terminated despite still meeting the terms of disability according to the plan.

Passenger files claim against Carnival Cruise Lines after she allegedly fell and was injured onboard

GALVESTON — A cruise ship passenger who allegedly slipped and fell while exiting a bathroom on the ship has filed suit after she claims she was injured. 

State Supreme Court to hear case over wording of Allstate insurance policy regarding PIP fees

TALLAHASSEE – Florida’s Supreme Court will soon weigh in on the dispute between Allstate Fire & Casualty Insurance Co and Florida Wellness & Rehabilitation.

Hartford Life, Denali alleged to have not provided paper needed for benefits appeal

PENSACOLA – A man alleges paperwork he needed to file an appeal of the termination of his disability benefits was not provided as requested.

Karlinsky: Assignment of benefits bills not approved in session, still a 'major issue'

ORLANDO – Fred Karlinsky, co-chair of the insurance regulatory and transactions practice at Greenberg Traurig, discussed noteworthy insurance-related measures before the legislature as part of his presentation at the recent Florida Hurricane Catastrophe Fund’s (FHCF) annual Participating Insurers Workshop.

Labor and employment attorney Zinober named in Lawdragon Hall of Fame

FORT LAUDERDALE – Greenberg Traurig labor attorney Peter W. Zinober was recognized by Human Resource Executive, Lawdragon, and named into the Hall of Fame, which is the publication’s highest honor, in June.

Tampa attorney starts service on Bar’s Administrative Practice Certification Committee

TAMPA – An attorney from the Tampa Environmental Practice of the law firm Greenberg Traurig started serving as a member of the Florida Bar’s State and Federal Government Administrative Practice Certification Committee on July 1.

Man seeks reinstatement of disability benefits

ORLANDO – A disabled Orange County man alleges his benefits were terminated and seeks reinstatement to the disability plan.