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So the Intrepid One is reporting on Greenberg Traurig's declining revenues, Danny Ponce is now a Seminole at Berger Singerman, and this is definitely only a business dispute between two business partners, and that's all:
“There was a degree of trust here, and that I thought she was going to commit on her part and, obviously, she didn’t.”
Definitely just a business dispute.

It feels kinda quiet -- anything else happening in town?

Read more here: http://www.miamiherald.com/2013/02/11/3228941_p2/melgen-lawsuit-a-glimpse-at-intersection.html#storylink=cpy

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  1. Why no Spencer Aronfeld update?

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  2. Happy Fat Tuesday, SFL!

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  3. Because we've heard enough about Spencer Aronfeld.

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  4. Not you too with these imaginative "News and Notes" headlines. Get imaginative. How about "HEAP BIG WAMPUM DISPUTE'?

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  5. No, I actually would like to hear Spencer's take on the recent surge of shark attacks. What can we do Spencer? You keep us safe from dangerous replacement hips and bouncehouses, please keep us safe from these menacing sharks. Save us with your o so valuable information and insight like you have done so many times in the past. Help us Spencer Aronfield, youre our only hope. (but if you stop posting crap on the Internet, I think we may eventually get over it in all honesty. Please consider).

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  6. True, I could have come up with a better title.

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  7. Haven't Guy Lewis and Michael Tein had a noteworthy meal or even a decent bowel movement that you can breathlessly report on?

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