Lazaro Vazquez discusses the rise of the reverse-mortgage market in the September 2017 issue of the Wolters Kluwer Banking & Financial Services Policy Report in an article titled “Reverse Mortgages, Aging Baby Boomers, and Too ...
In an article published in the Defense Research Institute’s ERISA Report, Jerel Dawson and Michael Larmoyeux, Jr. explain how the new Department of Labor (“DOL”) regulations set to take effect on January 1, 2018, undermine ...
Shutts & Bowen gained a victory for the 5 star Setai Hotel in Miami Beach. The trademark infringement case, Setai Hotel Acquisition LLC v. Miami Beach Luxury Rental Inc., which settled on Aug. 27, is expected to be a game-changer for ...
Our 2017 Summer Clerkship Program brought four law students for an intellectually challenging and professionally gratifying experience. Alina Gomez, a Washington University School of Law student, shares her thoughts about the ...
Our 2017 Summer Clerkship Program brought four law students for an intellectually challenging and professionally gratifying experience. Michael Kaney, a Florida State University College of Law student, shares his experience.
Our 2017 Summer Clerkship Program brought four law students for an intellectually challenging and professionally gratifying experience. Sebastian Bohorquez, a Florida International University College of Law student, shares ...
Patricia A. Leonard, a partner in the West Palm Beach office of Shutts & Bowen, and Associate Colleen Smeryage garnered a victory for their client Colin Syquia in a dispute over the sale of a competitive show jumping horse named Vorst.
Shutts & Bowen was included in Law360’s list of The Best Firms for Minority Attorneys as well as the publication’s list of The Top Firms for Minority Equity Partners.
Shutts and Bowen is proud to announce that seventy eight lawyers were recently selected by their peers for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America® for 2018.
Shutts & Bowen is pleased to announce Miami attorney Renatha Francis has been appointed to the Miami-Dade County Court by Governor Rick Scott.
On Wednesday, July 26th, Miami Beach City Commissioners told Ocean Drive to turn down the volume. For the next four months Ocean Drive nightclubs will be more susceptible to noise complaints after commissioners unanimously voted to ...
An article published in the Miami Herald explains how Miami commissioners may agree to a referendum to allow a Jungle Island lease extension and resort may yet go to voters. T
Miami partner Alexander Tachmes was featured in the July 10th South Florida Legal Guide feature “Technology, Healthcare, Infrastructure Offer Growth Opportunities.”
On Monday, July 10, Brendan Aloysius Barry’s “Book Club” along with several Shutts attorneys raised approximately $5,000 for local organization Kids in Distress.
United States Navy Commander (Retired) Scott G. Johnson joins Shutts & Bowen LLP today in its Tampa office as a Senior Attorney in the firm’s Government Contracts and Corporate Law Practice Groups.
In a commentary published in the Daily Business Review, partners Brendan Aloysius Barry and Aliette D. Rodz discuss the negative effect President Trump’s rollback of Obama Cuban policies means for businesses in South Florida.
In an article published in the SunSentinel, partner Brendan Aloysius Barry explains what President Donald Trump’s rollbacks of Obama Cuban policies mean for businesses.
- 6.27.17Sandra Krumbein Appointed to the Condominium and Planned Development Certification Review Course Committee
The Real Property Law Division of the Florida Bar recently appointed Sandra Krumbein as Co-Chair of the Condominium and Planned Development Certification Review Course Committee for the 2017-2018 Bar year.
Eleven Shutts & Bowen attorneys have been recognized as Florida’s Legal Elite 2017 by Florida Trend. These attorneys are chosen by their peers and considered the top attorneys in the state.
Shutts & Bowen is pleased to announce that 62 of its attorneys have been named to the 2017 Super Lawyers list.
The Boys & Girls Club of Boca Raton recently announced the appointment of four new members selected to serve on its advisory board, including West Palm Beach partner John C. Strickroot, Jr.
Four law students have joined Shutts & Bowen for its 10-week 2017 Summer Clerkship Program.
Rafael Aguilar, a partner at Shutts & Bowen's Miami office, recently closed on a second multi-million-dollar land purchase for client Minto Communities that will be developed as an active adult residential community under the ...
- 6.7.17EventShutts Attorney to Speak on Cyber Crime at International Hospitality Technology Exposition and Conference
Shutts & Bowen partner Kevin D. Rosen and Q6 Cyber executive vice president Robert Villanueva will expose cybercrime on the Dark Web, highlight recent cyber-attacks, and discuss ways for the industry to defend against cybercrime ...
- 6.6.17South Florida Managing Partners Selected as Power Leaders; Firm Ranked 4th in List of South Florida Law Firms
Shutts & Bowen is pleased to announce that partners Joseph M. Goldstein, Arthur J. Menor and Francis E. Rodriguez have been selected as Power Leaders in Law by the South Florida Business Journal.
- 6.5.17Firm News
Shelly Wald Harris, a partner in the West Palm Beach office, has graduated from Class II of the Florida Fellows Institute of the American College of Trust and Estate Counsel.
Thirteen attorneys at Shutts & Bowen LLP have been named top lawyers in their fields by Chambers & Partners in the 2017 edition of Chambers USA: America’s Leading Business Lawyers.
In an article published in the May 2017 issue of Cuba Trade Magazine, partner Aliette DelPozo Rodz explains the challenges regarding Cuba’s “first-to-file” trademark system and the differences from the United States’ ...
Joseph M. Goldstein, Managing Partner of the Fort Lauderdale office, was recently appointed to the board of directors for Friends of WLRN.
Shutts & Bowen announced today it has opened its 8th office, with the addition of five attorneys from the Jacksonville office of Gillis Way & Campbell.
Partner Matthew Chait, attorney for the Jeremy Jacobs family of Wellington, filed a legal complaint alleging that Wellington improperly brought the plan to the advisory board without getting a completed traffic study.
Miami-Dade County Commissioner Rebeca Sosa appointed Shutts & Bowen Partner and retired Miami-Dade County Court Judge, Gladys Perez Villanueva, to the Miami-Dade County Commission for Women.
Shutts & Bowen and Bilzin Sumberg recently sealed a $60 million deal transferring ownership of Jungle Island to ESJ Capital Partners LLC, a real estate management company based in Aventura.
On Saturday, April 29, Brett Renton and Paul Jezierny participated in the Orange County Bar Association Young Lawyer’s Section Wills for Heroes event.
The Tampa Bay Business Journal named Shutts & Bowen a finalist in their 2017 Best Places to Work.
On May 17, Shutts & Bowen will host the second annual Project H.E.L.P. (Homeless Experience Legal Protection) reception in the Tampa office.
- 4.12.17Firm News
Jennifer Newton, an Associate in the Miami office of Shutts & Bowen, has been nominated by the Board of Directors of the American Bar Foundation (ABF) to become a Fellow of the ABF.
Business Litigation partner Matthew Chait was recently quoted in the Palm Beach Post about hotels proposed in Wellington’s Equestrian Preserve Area.
Shutts and Bowen is pleased to announce that Tallahassee partner Daniel Nordby will be joining the office of Governor Rick Scott as General Counsel beginning April 17, 2017.
Shutts & Bowen finalizes a $60 million transaction for its client, Aventura-based ESJ Capital Partners, LLC, for the purchase of Jungle Island.