WSHC+B’s partner Alan Fertel’s thriving Sports Law Practice was featured in South Florida Business & Wealth. The firm has recently added three decorated Olympic athletes as new clients. Alan, [...]
In a story published by the Daily Business Review, Mitchell J. Burnstein, the firm’s managing director, discussed where South Florida firms are targeting for growth in 2022. Mitch commented on [...]
Introduction During the 2021 legislative session, the Florida Legislature passed House Bill 35 related to legal notices. House Bill 35 specifically authorized municipalities1 to publish legal [...]
Joe Hernandez Selected to join University of Miami’s Master of Laws in Real Property Development advisory board
WSHC+B partner Joe Hernandez is helping to solve a major Miami real estate talent issue as one of the newest members of the University of Miami’s Master of Laws in Real Property Development [...]
Timber! New Sixth Circuit Opinion Warns Governments that Even the Most Innocuous Permit Condition Must Be Justified.
On October 13, 2021, the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit decided a new exactions/unconstitutional conditions case providing additional guidance to local governments on the [...]
Edward G. Guedes discusses how 3M earplug verdict raises questions about punitive awards versus compensatory damages
In a story published by the Daily Business Review, Edward G. Guedes, who chairs the firm’s appellate practice group, discussed what might be the largest U.S. mass tort in history, which alleges [...]
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration has issued its long-awaited Emergency Temporary Standard (“ETS”) requiring that private employers with 100 or more employees implement a [...]
Weiss Serota Helfman Cole & Bierman is proud to be listed as a 2022 U.S. News & World Report “Best Law Firm.” The firm is nationally ranked in two practice areas and regionally ranked in [...]
Lewis R. Cohen discusses Ocean Bank’s sale of a property to a company mostly owned by bank insiders.
In a story published by the South Florida Business Journal, Lewis R. Cohen discussed Ocean Bank’s sale of a property to a company mostly owned by bank insiders, which was made public through a [...]