Miami, Florida (PRWEB) June 18, 2006
On March 31st, 2006 Lexis Nexis Publishing released a new book edited by Harley S. Tropin, from Kozyak Tropin & Throckmorton, Judge David M. Gersten, and Irwin Gilbert of Gilbert & Associates, LexisNexis Practice Guide: Florida Business Torts.
This book establishes a new standard in legal practice guides. The Florida Business Torts gives you a step-by-step guidance on how to litigate business torts cases in Florida. The task-based format provides tips created by Mr. Tropin & his co-authors, including strategic points, warnings, judicial notes, and traps on topics ranging from identifying actionable unfair trade practices to selecting remedies for fraud claims to defending against cybersquatting. Other features include checklists, core cases for important points of law, and extensive forms, including sample complaints.
Harley S. Tropin has been ranked as one of the Best Lawyers in commercial litigation by Best Lawyers in America for the past ten years, selected by the publication as one of only 12 lawyers to hire in “Bet the Company Litigation.” He was named “Most Effective Lawyer,” by the Daily Business Review in 2005. Mr. Tropin ranked as a Tier One commercial litigator in the Chambers USA Guide for 2006. He has served as lead or co-lead counsel on a number of landmark business cases, including In Re Humana, Inc., Managed Care Litigation, Premium Sales Corporation, In Re U.S. Oil & Gas, and Abrams v. PaineWebber. He has lectured extensively on complex litigation issues and is currently an adjunct professor of trial advocacy with the University of Miami School of Law.
Kozyak Tropin & Throckmorton is an AV Rated law firm located in Miami, Florida. The 20 lawyer firm handles complex commercial litigation and Florida’s largest corporate bankruptcies. It represents clients in contract, tort, securities fraud, professional malpractice, intellectual property, unfair competition, employment disputes, antitrust matters and class action litigation and defense.
The book is available through Matthew Bender for a price of $140.00, ISBN: 0820563919. It is a single looseleaf volume. Currently the volume can be purchased at: http://bookstore.lexis.com/bookstore/catalog?action=product&prod_id=58539&bkloc=pubpicks0506 or under Publisher’s Picks at Http://bookstore.lexis.com/bookstore/catalog