March 31, 2015

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| 10/12/2012

› Conflict questions arise about law firms representing HOAs, banks
Disputes pitting homeowners associations against banks that owe fees on foreclosed houses have left some questioning whether the same law firms should represent parties on both sides of the fight.

› Broward tourism bureau looks beyond the beach
Broward has long marketed itself as an affordable beach destination — and that’s not going to change in the upcoming year. But, said Greater Fort Lauderdale Convention & Visitors Bureau president Nicki Grossman, it’s time for that message to expand.

› Broward doctor was paid $477,000 for 140 days work at pill mill
A Coral Springs doctor admitted in court Thursday that he wrote excessive prescriptions in exchange for cash at a Deerfield Beach pill mill. Dr. Charles Neuringer, 73, has agreed to forfeit close to $477,000 he was paid in fees and bonuses for the 140 days he worked at the now closed Coast to Coast Healthcare Management Clinic.

› Will American’s troubles affect merger talks?
The pilots union wants US Airways’ management to run a post-bankruptcy American Airlines. But there’s no guarantee the two companies will merge.

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