News2018-08-23T13:58:54+00:00
:::::::: WEEKLY UPDATES & ANNOUNCEMENTS ::::::::
IN WIN FOR MM&H, MAGISTRATE ALLOWS FOREIGN DISCOVERY UNDER SECTION 1782 (JULY 2018)
MM&H SELECTED TO REPRESENT GROUP OF INVESTORS IN ALLEGED GAS STATION PONZI SCHEME (JUNE 2018)
JUDGE SUPPORTS MM&H POSITION IN DENYING REMOVAL OF PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE (JUNE 2018)
FOURTH DCA AFFIRMS ORDER COMPELLING ARBITRATION IN VICTORY FOR MM&H CLIENT, CASE NO. 4D17-3354 (JUNE 2018)
ROCKSTAR SUMMER ASSOCIATE RACHEL WOFFORD JOINS MM&H FROM UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI SCHOOL OF LAW (JUNE 2018)
ETAN MARK HONORED AS SOUTH FLORIDA BUSINESS & WEALTH FINALIST 40 UNDER 40 (JUNE 2018)
MM&H SELECTED TO REPRESENT CO-DEFENDANT IN ALLEGED BILLION DOLLAR BID-RIGGING SCHEME (MARCH 2018)

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In the Media

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 [...]

HERBALIFE DISTRIBUTORS CLAIM IN $1B SUIT EVENTS WERE A SHAM

August 23rd, 2018|Comments Off on HERBALIFE DISTRIBUTORS CLAIM IN $1B SUIT EVENTS WERE A SHAM

By Associated Press, The New York Times | August 21, 2018 MIAMI — Patricia and Jeff Rodgers figured they did everything right to get rich beyond their wildest dreams selling Herbalife health and personal care [...]

MIAMI LAW FIRM READY TO TEST PROPRIETARY LITIGATION BUDGETING SOFTWARE

July 29th, 2018|Comments Off on MIAMI LAW FIRM READY TO TEST PROPRIETARY LITIGATION BUDGETING SOFTWARE

By Catherine Wilson, Daily Business Review | July 23, 2018 Miami attorney Etan Mark is a tech nerd. “I love talking about legal tech,” the Mark Migdal & Hayden co-founder said. “It’s impacting my marriage.” [...]

IMPLOSION OR NOT? LAWSUITS LIKELY OVER MIAMI BEACH BUILDING COLLAPSE

July 28th, 2018|Comments Off on IMPLOSION OR NOT? LAWSUITS LIKELY OVER MIAMI BEACH BUILDING COLLAPSE

By Lidia Dinkova, Daily Business Review — July 24, 2018 The building collapse injured a 42-year-old project manager with a demolition company. A building collapse in Miami Beach that left one victim in critical condition [...]

‘IT WAS A WAR ZONE’: LANDLORD SEEKS $6.5M FOR HOLLYWOOD OFFICE DAMAGE

July 7th, 2018|Comments Off on ‘IT WAS A WAR ZONE’: LANDLORD SEEKS $6.5M FOR HOLLYWOOD OFFICE DAMAGE

By Lidia Dinkova, Daily Business Review — June 28, 2018 The owner of the six-story office building says tenants were soaked and moved out during an exterior renovation. A Hollywood landlord claims he’s owed $6.5 [...]

LENDING TRIO STARTS AT ECHO BRICKELL, TARGETS FOREIGN BUYERS

May 25th, 2018|Comments Off on LENDING TRIO STARTS AT ECHO BRICKELL, TARGETS FOREIGN BUYERS

By Marcus Lim, Miami Today — May 24, 2018 A South Florida real estate investment firm has formed a $300 million lending venture to offer a simple, quick loan solution for buyers of luxury apartments [...]

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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 [...]