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New Brazilian Anti-Corruption Law May Impact South Florida Businesses in Brazil

In a recent Daily Business Review Board of Contributors article, we discuss Brazil’s new anti-corruption law, which will come into effect starting in early 2014. The law is similar to the U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practices Act and the U.K.’s Bribery Act, but is even more robust in certain respects and contains a series of draconian… Continue Reading

Florida Supreme Court Says Statute of Limitations Applies in Arbitration

In a recent article in the Daily Business Review, we discuss the Florida Supreme Court decision that puts to rest the question of whether Florida’s Statute of Limitations applies to arbitrations. Reversing previous opinions of the Second District Court of Appeal and the Circuit Court, Raymond James Financial Services v. Phillips impacts parties to Florida… Continue Reading

Condo Contracts Ruling Significant for Florida Developers’ Attorneys

In a recent Daily Business Review Board of Contributors column, Real Estate attorney Martin A. Schwartz discusses the effects that a recent New York federal appeals court decision may have on Florida condo buyers’ use of the Interstate Land Sales Full Disclosure Act to rescind their purchase contracts and the impact on condominium document production. Up… Continue Reading

Miami Developers Continue to Create a Vision for the Future of Brickell

The Related Group continues to be active in the Miami real estate market. The Daily Business Review reported last week on Related’s recent purchase of the Infinity II property, located at 1300 S. Miami Ave for $18.5 million. The purchase by Related, a company known for developing Brickell’s Icon and 500 condo buildings, shows that… Continue Reading

CREW-Miami Helps Women Make Strides in Commercial Real Estate Sector

A recent article in the Daily Business Review by CREW-Miami (Commercial Real Estate Women) president Maria Juncadella highlights the strides that women have made in the commercial real estate industry, a sector that was traditionally dominated by men. For instance, Maria points out that women are entering commercial real estate at a faster pace than they were five years ago… Continue Reading