Ken Turkel has been named to the Tampa Bay Times’ Ten Tampa Bay movers and shakers to watch in the second half of 2017.
Bajo | Cuva | Cohen | Turkel represents Incarcerated Entertainment, LLC in its false advertising case against Warner Bros. Pictures related to the promotion of the movie War Dogs. The Hollywood Reporter reported the court’s order denying the Warner Bros. Motion to Dismiss.
Ken Turkel and Shane Vogt have been named Florida’s Plaintiff’s Attorneys of 2016 by Courtroom View Network.
There are very few cases reported on riparian rights. There are even fewer cases reported on the riparian “right to a view.” Tony Cuva and David Hayes had the unique experience of litigating one of the few right to view riparian right cases over a dock being constructed in a Davis Islands neighborhood.
Ken Turkel and Shane Vogt participated in a panel discussion at the Media Law Conference during the June 2016 Florida Bar Convention about “the biggest media case of the year,” Hulk Hogan vs. Gawker.
Attorneys Ken Turkel and Shane Vogt will speak at the Florida Bar Media Law conference on June 17, 2016 in Orlando, Florida about “the biggest media case of the year,” Hulk Hogan vs. Gawker.
A local small business owner retained attorneys Brad Barrios and David Hayes after she discovered competitors using her “before-and-after results” photographs on the internet and in marketing materials.
Attorneys Ken Turkel and Shane Vogt convinced a Pinellas County jury to award Terry Bollea, professionally known as Hulk Hogan, $55 million in economic damages and another $60 million in damages for emotional distress. The jury awarded an additional $25.1 million in punitive damages, making the verdict one of the largest contested verdicts in Pinellas County history.
Congratulations to firm administrator Lisa Guillory on being named Member of the Year for 2015 by the Suncoast Chapter of the Association of Legal Administrators (ALA).
John J. Agliano, Shareholder with Bajo | Cuva | Cohen | Turkel, was quoted in a recent article in the November 3, 2015 edition of Construction Dive, a top construction industry daily online newsletter, in which he discussed the shortage of participants in governmental disadvantaged/minority-owned business enterprise programs and how more participation in such programs can be encouraged.