Mortgage Servicer’s Attempt to Remove Case to Federal Court Draws Scrutiny

The underlying dispute is related to a statewide and national litigation trend against mortgage servicers in a “pay-to-pay scheme.” Miami-Dade Circuit Judge Rodney Smith. Courtesy photo A federal judge has remanded the case of a national mortgage servicer who might have taken too long to remove a case to federal court. U.S. District Judge Rodney

$1M Settlement Reached After Robbery and Shooting Outside Market

An insurance company paid its policy limit after being sued by a man who lost a leg due to blood loss after being shot outside a Fort Lauderdale market. PREMISES LIABILITY BROWARD CIRCUIT COURT A robbery victim who was shot three times and lost a leg reached a $1 million settlement with the owner of

PNC, Fla. Hotel Developers Seek Exit From EB-5 Fraud Suit

PNC Bank and developers of a now-shuttered Miami Beach hotel asked a judge on Wednesday to let them out of a fraud suit by Chinese investors, arguing the investors had failed to tie the bank and the hotel to an alleged scheme to embezzle their EB-5 visa investment money. In a telephone hearing before U.S.