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Attorneys Michael Pike and Daniel Lustig in the Daily Business Review “After South Florida’s Lawyer’s Suicide, Fight Over Alleged Misappropriated Funds”

By Michael Pike |

Connecticut-based Twin City Fire Insurance Co., an affiliate of the Hartford Financial Services Group, has filed a federal lawsuit in Florida denying any liability for former West Palm Beach lawyer Leonel R. Plasencia, who killed himself in 2017, allegedly before turning over settlement money owed to clients in a personal injury case. Michael J…. Read More »

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Managing Partner, Michael Pike, quoted in The Real Deal Magazine

By Michael Pike |

To read the full story click here: https://therealdeal.com/miami/2017/10/25/allegations-of-backstabbing-and-double-dealing-fly-among-developers-of-palazzo-villas-townhouses-in-palm-beach/ 

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Four Things All Florida Physicians Should About the Stark Law

By Michael Pike and Daniel Lustig |

Named after its original sponsor, former U.S. Representative Pete Stark, the Stark Law is a set of federal regulations that are designed to prevent self-referral by physicians. More specifically, these laws apply to Medicare and Medicaid patients. All South Florida physicians should be aware of how Stark regulations could affect their medical practice. In… Read More »

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Pike and Lustig sponsors Flavors of Wellington 2017

By Michael Pike and Daniel Lustig |

The Tenth Anniversary celebration of the much anticipated Flavors of Wellington took place at the elite Palm Beach International Equestrian Center on Friday, April 5 from 6:30-9:30 PM.  Pike & Lustig was one of the sponsors. Save

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Pike & Lustig Opens Miami Office

By Michael Pike |

Pike and Lustig, LLP is proud to announce the opening of its Miami office!  The firm’s new office is located at 777 Brickell Avenue,  Suite 500 Miami, Florida, 33131.

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When Does Comparative Advertising Cross the Line?

By Michael Pike and Daniel Lustig |

The term comparative advertising refers to a form of advertising in which a company explicitly references the brand of a competitor. When done properly, comparative advertising is legal in both Florida and throughout the country. Indeed, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) notes that comparative advertising actually be an important source of information for consumers… Read More »

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Shining Star Award Celebration

By Michael Pike and Daniel Lustig |

Daniel and Dara Lustig   Daniel Lustig is presenting a Shining Star Award to Chief Deputy Michael Gauger   Felicia Rodriguez (meteorologist)   Daniel Lustig

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Pike & Lustig, LLP Welcomes Two New Firm Members

By Michael Pike |

West Palm Beach, Florida  – The personal injury and business litigation law firm of Pike & Lustig, LLP located in West Palm Beach, Florida is pleased to announce that it recently welcomed two new members to its team: Daniel A. Kirschner, of Counsel, and Rick Darquea, Senior Litigation Paralegal. Please Click To View Full… Read More »

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What You Need to Know About Business Contingency Fee Arrangements in Florida

By Michael Pike and Daniel Lustig |

We all know that litigation can be extremely expensive. Many Florida businesses are deterred from litigating an issue simply because of the costs involved. After all, the idea that your company could potentially pour resources into a dispute, only to be left with no recovery is frightening. This is especially true for small and… Read More »

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Attorney Michael Pike Argues To Send iPhone to Apple In the Case Of The Missing Teen Boaters – Sun-Sentinel

By Michael Pike |

Sun-Sentinel Article Published on 4/30/2016 An iPhone recovered in last year’s at-sea disappearance of two Tequesta teens will be sent immediately to Apple in hopes the tech giant retrieves vital information from it, a judge ordered Friday afternoon. “Good luck,” Palm Beach County Circuit Judge Gregory Keyser told the families of Perry Cohen and… Read More »

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