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:::::::: WEEKLY UPDATES & ANNOUNCEMENTS ::::::::
JOSH MIGDAL ACCEPTED AS MEMBER OF UM CITIZENS BOARD CLASS OF 2019 (APRIL 2019)
ETAN MARK CO-CHAIRS 35TH ANNUAL JUDICIAL RECEPTION ON BEHALF OF GREATER MIAMI JEWISH FEDERATION (APRIL 2019)
DON HAYDEN SPEAKS AT ANNUAL BENCH AND BAR CONFERENCE ON NEW FEDERAL RULES (MARCH 2019)
DON HAYDEN AUTHORS DAILY BUSINESS REVIEW ARTICLE, “FORUM NON CONVENIENS: A VEHICLE FOR SENDING FOREIGN LITIGANTS BACK WHERE THEY BELONG” (FEBRUARY 2019)
DON HAYDEN REAPPOINTED TO BOARD OF DIRECTORS FOR MIAMI INTERNATIONAL ARBITRATION SOCIETY (FEBRUARY 2019)
LARA O’DONNELL GRILLO SPEAKS IN APPELLATE PRACTICE PROGRAM AT INT’L ASS’N OF DEFENSE COUNSEL MIDYEAR MEETING (FEBRUARY 2019)
THE DAILY BUSINESS REVIEW PUBLISHES JOSH MIGDAL’S ARTICLE ON CONSTRUCTION DEFECTS (JANUARY 2019)
DON HAYDEN, MM&H PARTNER, INVITED TO JOIN INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF DEFENSE COUNSEL (JANUARY 2019)

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BAD FOR BUSINESS? FIRMS DIVERGE OVER ENTERING LEGAL TECH MARKET

March 26th, 2019|Comments Off on BAD FOR BUSINESS? FIRMS DIVERGE OVER ENTERING LEGAL TECH MARKET

By Rhys Dipshan, Legal Tech News| March 25, 2019   For some, law firm-backed technology can face resistance in the market and stunt a firm’s openness to new tools. For others, knowing the inner workings [...]

CONSTRUCTION DEFECT CASES ON THE RISE: WHO’S TO BLAME AND WHAT’S NEXT?

January 28th, 2019|Comments Off on CONSTRUCTION DEFECT CASES ON THE RISE: WHO’S TO BLAME AND WHAT’S NEXT?

By Josh Migdal  DAILY BUSINESS REVIEW | January 22, 2019 While we may marvel at the rapidly evolving Miami skyline, substandard construction work awaits at its core. MM&H’s @Josh Migdal contributes to @Daily Business Review’s [...]

SOUTH FLORIDA OUTLOOK FORECASTS ‘A MIXED LEVEL OF GROWTH’

January 22nd, 2019|Comments Off on SOUTH FLORIDA OUTLOOK FORECASTS ‘A MIXED LEVEL OF GROWTH’

By Katherine Lewin  MIAMI TODAY | January 24, 2019 Miami-Dade, Broward and Palm Beach counties are expected to show a "mixed-level of growth" this year, according to the new Florida & Metro Economic Forecast from [...]

FLORIDA CASES TO WATCH IN 2019

January 10th, 2019|Comments Off on FLORIDA CASES TO WATCH IN 2019

By Carolina Bolado  LAW 360 | January 1, 2019 Florida state appellate courts will be busy in the coming year tackling thorny disputes on local minimum wage ordinances, insurance assignment of benefits practices and medical [...]

DON HAYDEN BALANCES OPENING A NEW FIRM WITH INTERNATIONAL ARBITRATION AND LGBTQ ADVOCACY

December 17th, 2018|Comments Off on DON HAYDEN BALANCES OPENING A NEW FIRM WITH INTERNATIONAL ARBITRATION AND LGBTQ ADVOCACY

By Zach Schlein  DAILY BUSINESS REVIEW | November 30, 2018   For MM&H’s seasoned litigator and international arbitrator @Don Hayden, realigning both law and #LGBTQ practices are top priority. In his latest interview for ‘Profiles [...]

BIGLAW ALUMS Q&A: MARK MIGDAL’S LARA O’DONNELL GRILLO

November 27th, 2018|Comments Off on BIGLAW ALUMS Q&A: MARK MIGDAL’S LARA O’DONNELL GRILLO

LAW360 | November 21, 2018 For MM&H’s @Lara O’Donnell Grillo, a, “…collaborative atmosphere, open culture, and being able to pursue new ideas or matters without having to go through all the red tape,” are just [...]

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SIGNING A DOCUMENT? PROCEED WITH CAUTION – EVEN IF IT SAYS IT’S NOT A CONTRACT

February 6th, 2019|Comments Off on SIGNING A DOCUMENT? PROCEED WITH CAUTION – EVEN IF IT SAYS IT’S NOT A CONTRACT

By Etan Mark, published in the Miami Herald, Jan 2018 In late November, the University of Tennessee backed out of a memorandum of understanding with Ohio State defensive coordinator Greg Schiano to be the Volunteers' [...]

CONTROLLING COSTS IN ARBITRATION

August 27th, 2017|Comments Off on CONTROLLING COSTS IN ARBITRATION

By Don Hayden While arbitration remains the best mechanism to ensure neutrality and enforceability of cross-border disputes, it has come under fire in the last decade, particularly from some corporate counsel and practitioners given a [...]

SUPREME COURT DECISION STRENGTHENS PROTECTIONS TO PREGNANT EMPLOYEES UNDER FEDERAL PREGNANCY DISCRIMINATION ACT.

August 27th, 2017|Comments Off on SUPREME COURT DECISION STRENGTHENS PROTECTIONS TO PREGNANT EMPLOYEES UNDER FEDERAL PREGNANCY DISCRIMINATION ACT.

By Don Hayden On March 25th, the U.S. Supreme Court issued a very favorable decision for pregnant employees seeking protection under the Pregnancy Discrimination Act, 92 Stat. 2076, 42 U.S.C. §2000 et. seq. (“PDA”), that [...]

INTERESTING DEBATE ON SEPARATION OF POWERS DOCTRINE ANTICIPATED IN UPCOMING FLORIDA SUPREME COURT ARGUMENT OF APPROPRIATENESS OF EXPERT STANDARD IMPOSED BY LEGISLATURE

August 27th, 2017|Comments Off on INTERESTING DEBATE ON SEPARATION OF POWERS DOCTRINE ANTICIPATED IN UPCOMING FLORIDA SUPREME COURT ARGUMENT OF APPROPRIATENESS OF EXPERT STANDARD IMPOSED BY LEGISLATURE

By Don Hayden In July 2013, Section 90.702 of the Florida Evidence Code, which governs the admissibility of expert testimony, was amended to adopt the same standard for admission of expert testimony used by federal [...]

QUE RICO? DISCARDING THE FALLACY THAT FLORIDA RICO AND FEDERAL RICO ARE IDENTICAL

July 23rd, 2017|Comments Off on QUE RICO? DISCARDING THE FALLACY THAT FLORIDA RICO AND FEDERAL RICO ARE IDENTICAL

By Etan Mark The Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act (RICO)1 has been called one of “the most misused statutes in the federal corpus of law.”2 The federal criminal RICO statute, passed in 1970, was [...]

INADVERTENT DOCUMENT PRODUCTIONS AND THE THREAT OF ATTORNEY DISQUALIFICATION

July 23rd, 2017|Comments Off on INADVERTENT DOCUMENT PRODUCTIONS AND THE THREAT OF ATTORNEY DISQUALIFICATION

by Etan Mark Before you embark on the journey of revenge, dig two graves. —Proverb Imagine a scenario in which a particularly obnoxious opposing counsel dumps 10,000 pages of documents on your doorstep three weeks [...]