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Professor H. Scott Fingerhut’s comment was sought once again for the Daily Business Review, this time on the recent malpractice suit filed by a real estate investor against Miami law firms Greenberg Traurig and Kluger Kaplan, Silverman, Katzen & Levine.

The suit, which names partners Alan Dimond of Greenberg Traurig, and Alan Kluger of Kluger, Kaplan, among others, seeks $15 million in damages and reserves the right to seek a punitive damage award, alleging gross negligence for the defendants’ failure to properly advise the investor on whether he had authority to bring a prior suit.

Read Professor Fingerhut’s comments here.

Professor Fingerhut is Assistant Director of the Trial Advocacy Program at FIU Law.  He teaches Trial Advocacy, Pretrial Practice, and Criminal Procedure.  He is dually appointed as a Fellow in The Honors College at FIU, where he serves as faculty advisor to PATH, the Honors College pre-law community, and teaches the upper-division seminar Observing Ourselves.

Reach him at 305-348-8095 and

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