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Berger Singerman LLP 

Size of Organization: 70
Web Site: http://www.bergersingerman.com

Telephone: 954-525-9900
Fax: 954-523-2872

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U.S. Federal Litigation Activity
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Highest number of cases by Berger Singerman LLP:
Bankruptcy (39 cases in past two years)
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Total number of Peer Review Rated lawyers of Berger Singerman LLP: 52

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Your Car is Spying on You - How Car Manufacturers are Storing Data About You Without Your Consent
Andrew M. Hinkes, January 14, 2014
A Government Accountability Office Report found that major automakers have collected data from onboard navigation systems about the whereabouts of the drivers of their cars, but that drivers cannot obtain that information, or request that it be destroyed. The GAO report which investigated the...

Is Cell Phone Monitoring Constitutional?, Revisited: Stingray, Tower Dumps and the 4th Amendment
Andrew M. Hinkes, December 17, 2013
America’s mobile telephone carriers have been busy responding to police requests for data. How busy? According to reports, mobile carriers responded to more than 1.1 million requests for cell phone information, nationwide, in 2012. The eight main cell phone providers reported that requests...

A Florida Court’s Inherent Power to Appoint a Receiver Over a Non-Profit Condominium Association is Not Limited to the Enumerated Categories Set Forth in the Florida Statutes
Gavin C. Gaukroger, November 28, 2013
On October 31, 2013, the Supreme Court of Florida held that the appointment of an equitable receiver to manage the affairs of a condominium association in financial distress was within a trial court’s inherent, equitable authority. The decision in Granada Lakes Villas Condominium...


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