Ezequiel J. Romero Joins The Firm

Ezequiel J. Romero recently joined the law firm of Damian & Valori LLP as an associate. Mr. Romero practices in the areas of complex business litigation, bankruptcy and creditors’ rights, real property litigation, employment law, and receivership & securities litigation. Mr. Romero represented financial institutions and loan servicers in consumer financial litigation matters at trial…


ABA Business Law Section 2016 Spring Meeting in Montreal

Join Peter Valori at the ABA Business Law Section Spring Meeting in Montreal from April 7-9, 2016. Peter is scheduled to speak and participate in two panel discussions: “Keeping Secrets: How to Protect Your Client’s Privileged Information When Third Party Experts and Advisors are Involved” on April 7th “Annual Review: Recent Developments in Complex Business…


Kenneth Dante Murena Appointed Co-Chair of the National Association of Federal Equity Receiver’s Regulatory Sub-Committee

Kenneth Dante Murena, a partner with the law firm of Damian & Valori LLP, was recently appointed Co-Chair of the National Association of Federal Equity Receiver’s Regulatory Sub-Committee. The role of the Regulatory Sub-Committee is to establish and foster relationships between NAFER and the Federal regulatory agencies that bring enforcement actions and seek the appointment…


Melanie Damian Guest Speaker For Business Law Section Bankruptcy/UCC Committee

Melanie Damian was a guest speaker at the Florida Bar Business Law Section Bankruptcy/UCC Committee that took place on Thursday, January 28th. Ms. Damian participated in an informative panel discussion surveying recent updates to to Eleventh Circuit jurisprudence concerning receiverships, in addition to NAFER updates. The panel also touched on the receivership business outlook for 2016…


Employment Law Bulletin

Millions of White Collar Workers to be Eligible for Overtime Under Newly Proposed Dept. of Labor Rule By Russell Landy, Partner  The United States Department of Labor (“DOL”) has announced a proposed rule change that would extend overtime protections to nearly 5 million white collar workers by more than doubling the salary threshold for an employee…