Josephs Law Firm In The Press: $10 Million Settlement Reached in Whistleblower False Claims Act

Miami United States Attorney, Miami-Dade County, and Whistleblower Marjan Mazza reach $10 Million Settlement in False Claims Act Action Brought By the Josephs Law Firm, Diamond McCarthy LLP and Sadowski Fischer PLLC Pursuant to that settlement, Defendants are paying the United States $6,038,767.90, and the whistleblower is receiving the highest…

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Josephs Law Firm In The Press : Miami-Dade Whistleblower Case Settles – $9.95 Million

The Josephs Law Firm is pleased to be featured on the Daily Business Review’s Front Page as a Top Settlement! The Daily Business Review’s featured article, which was printed on March 25, 2015, discusses the recent settlement of the Whistleblower / Qui Tam lawsuit brought against Miami-Dade County. On March …

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The Josephs Law Firm – Florida Title and Real Estate Attorneys

Whether you are a first time home buyer or a savvy residential or commercial investor, The Josephs Law Firm is available to provide you with all of your closing needs. At The Josephs Law Firm, our team of experienced attorneys will guide you through all of your real estate law…

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The Josephs Law Firm Welcomes Attorney Peter J. Yanowitch, Esq.

Happy New Year to our Clients, Friends and Family! The Josephs Law Firm is pleased to announce the hiring of attorney, Peter J. Yanowitch, Esq. The welcomed addition of Peter to our legal team will allow The Josephs Law Firm to provide clients with a more complete range of legal…

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Josephs Law Firm in the Press : El Nuevo Herald – Judge Sets Court Date in Marjan Mazza Whistleblower Case

Fijan fecha para juicio contra Departamento del Transporte Público de Miami-Dade Alfonso Chardy Un juez federal ha fijado la fecha para el inicio del juicio en Miami sobre una demanda presentada por la ex empleada Marjan Mazza contra el Departamento del Transporte Público de Miami- Dade (MDT) que opera los…

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Josephs Law Firm In The Press : El Nuevo Herald – Marjan Mazza Whistleblower Case Awaits Trial Date

Demanda por $545 millones aguarda una fecha de juicio By: Alfonso Chardy Los abogados del Condado Miami-Dade y de una empleada despedida aguardan la decisión de un juez federal en Miami para fijar la fecha del inicio de un juicio sobre la demanda por $545 millones que la ex-empleada ha…

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What Rights Will You Be Waiving This Weekend?

With the long weekend ahead of us, what excitement do you have planned? If it’s anything remotely close to this Human Bungee Slingshot Adventure , I applaud your thirst for adrenaline. That rush doesn’t come without a rather large risk of injury in the event of an accident –  part…

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Suits – Reality TV?

I’m a big fan of the Show “Suits” on USA.  Attorneys Harvey Spector and Mike epitomize the phrase “trial attorney” : impeccable style, arguments, class and charisma.  For those of you that don’t watch (Small Spoiler Alert) Mike isn’t actually authorized to practice law. While he did pass the New…

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Follow Up – How does New Mexico Supreme Court’s Decision play out?

Last week news broke of the New Mexico Supreme Court’s opinion declaring it unconstitutional for a non-english speaking juror to be dismissed from the jury without the court first taking “reasonable efforts to accommodate” him or her.  If you missed it, click here. The decision left me wondering whether the…

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News Today: What if the jury doesn’t speak English? New Mexico Court Says No Problem!

In the trial courts of Miami, it isn’t uncommon for a testifying Plaintiff, Defendant or witness to need a translator. Quite often their natural language is one other than English and, given the proceedings are conducted in English, a translator is hired to provide the interpretations of both questions and…

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