Jul. 16, 2014

Paul Lopez Appointed By Governor Rick Scott to 4th District Court of Appeal Judicial Nominating Commission

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla., July 16, 2014 – Tripp Scott today announced that Paul Lopez, a director with the law firm and chair of the firm’s litigation group, has been appointed by Governor Rick Scott to the Fourth District Court of Appeal Judicial Nominating Commission.  Judicial Nominating Commissions (JNCs) select nominees to fill judicial vacancies within the Florida court system.

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Jul. 1, 2014

Tripp Scott Attorney Named Legal Elite by Florida Trend Magazine

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla., July 1, 2014 – Tripp Scott today announced that Matthew Zifrony, a director with the firm, was selected by his peers as Florida Trend Magazine’s 2014 Florida Legal Elite.

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Jun. 10, 2014

Eight Tripp Scott Attorneys Garner Top Honors In Florida Super Lawyers Magazine

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla., June 10, 2014 – Tripp Scott today announced that eight of its attorneys have been recognized in the 2014 edition of Florida Super Lawyers Magazine.

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Jun. 4, 2014

How Bitcoin Will Bring About A Legal Practice Revolution

Law360, New York (June 04, 2014, 10:17 AM ET) -- Law, by nature, is more reactive than innovative. Look at how long the desegregation battle took in the courts. Think also about how, only now after 20 years or so, we have ubiquitous e-filing between lawyers and courts. In sum, the law is slow, slow to work and slow to innovate.

But, that is all about to change, and lawyers must start to prepare for the black swan — or once-in- multigenerations event — that is coming to law from the rise of cryptocurrencies, such as Bitcoin, and their decentralized asset ledgers.

For those who do not know, Bitcoin is a kind of decentralized money that allows for the frictionless — read, basically free — transfer of value from peer-to-peer computer nodes. Think of Bitcoin as a kind of email for money.

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May. 22, 2014

Will Switzerland Save U.S. Workers From a Pyrrhic Victory?

By Paul Lopez

Recently, and much to the chagrin of union leadership in Switzerland, Swiss workers turned a deaf ear to the siren calls for a facially appealing, yet ultimately unsustainable $25 minimum wage. Against the backdrop of global protests for higher wages, Swiss voters overwhelmingly rejected a national referendum that would have created the world's highest minimum wage. Switzerland's rejection of a wage floor was not an act of greed, it was a conscious and economically responsible decision by the Swiss populace to protect their financial interests and economy.

The Swiss vote marks a pivotal moment in the global discussion over economic inequality, and may prove detrimental to President Obama's attempt to increase the minimum wage across the United States. It may also wake up American workers who are foolishly being pushed by their union leaders to the arbitrary and capricious sum of $10.10 selected by President Obama.

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Ignorance Is Not Bliss: Demystifying Executory Contracts in Bankruptcy Cases

An executory contract can create havoc for the unsuspecting counterparty. 

Most businesses are (reluctantly) required to deal with customers, suppliers and counterparties to agreements that enter bankruptcy proceedings, yet there is a great lack of knowledge as to how the concept of an executory contract can create havoc for the unsuspecting creditor/counterparty. Recent litigation in Delaware involving the sporting goods retailer Eastern Outfitters LLC (Eastern Mountain Sports and Bob’s Stores) points to some of the issues.

 

Evening of Wine & Cheese

A private reception
Tuesday, February 28, 2015
5:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. 
Timpano’s Italian Chophouse 

Lawyer Up: As Retail Bankruptcies Increase, Creditors Must Be Vigilant

Virtually no attention has been paid to what will soon be a big problem

While much has been written about the future of brick-and-mortar retailing as a result of the large number of retail bankruptcies during 2016 and even during the first weeks of 2017, virtually no attention has been paid to what will be a significant problem for creditors of those retailers that have sought bankruptcy court protection—even if some of the retail locations remain open.

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