News and Press

Teens Identified in Ray Allen’s trespassing case

August 18, 2014

A trail of sand was strewn across Ray Allen’s tile floor. From the family room and foyer, to the second-floor stairway, the scattered grains were the marks of seven teens who entered Allen’s Tahiti Beach home in Coral Gables through a faulty back French door. Read more


Miami Police Union Sues County Over Illegal Income Tax

April 24, 2014

A Miami police union on Tuesday sued Miami-Dade County for imposing an allegedly illegal 5 percent tax, purportedly for health care cost contributions, that ended up funding the county’s other non-health care expenses. Read more


Fla. Appeals Court Rules For Developer In Zoning Dispute

April 16, 2014

A Florida appeals court on Wednesday affirmed a ruling in favor of The Related Group in a dispute with a Vizcaya Museum-affiliated group that claimed the developer had conspired with Miami city commissioners to get a never-completed bayside condominium project approved. Read more



House examines state and federal standards for summary judgment

December 1, 2013

A House panel November 6 discussed whether Florida should adopt the “less restrictive” federal standard for summary judgment. Read more


Vizcayans verdict set aside

February 1, 2013

Shubin and co-counsel Israel Reyes of the Reyes Law Firm argued Friday that the Vizcayans failed to prove Perez’s company deliberately set out to harm them. Read more


Judge throws out $3.1 million award against Related developers

January 31, 2013

Related’s lawyers, John Shubin and Israel Reyes, argued that the developers’ actions were aimed only at winning approval for the three-tower project, not at harming the Vizcayans. Related’s chairman, Jorge Perez, told jurors he was “totally surprised” when the Vizcayans publicly objected to the project. Read more


Judge Rules For Builder In Zoning Row With Museum Group

January 31, 2013

Defense attorney Israel Reyes of The Reyes Law Firm PA said in closing arguments Wednesday that the developers’ actions were constitutionally protected methods of petitioning the government and said the work was done with the goal of getting the project done, not with the intent to destroy the nonprofit group. Read more


Lawyers Reyes, Pedrosa named to Supreme Court JNC

December 26, 2012

A former Miami-Dade circuit judge and the deputy manager of Republican Connie Mack’s unsuccessful U.S. Senate campaign are among the newest members of the Florida Supreme Court Judicial Nominating Commission. Read more


Israel Reyes’ outstanding career focuses on justice

June 12-25, 2012

Israel Reyes has an astounding career path that has included everything from police detective, professor, sought after speaker and freelance television reporter, to judge and now managing partner of the Reyes Law Firm PA. Read more



Quince to headline CCCRC program in Miami August 20

August 15, 2010

A seminar on “Bench and Bar Perspectives of a Criminal Trial” is being presented by the Third Region Criminal Conflict and Civil Regional Counsel in Miami on August 20. Read more


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