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Pike & Lustig Wins in Appellate Court: Circuit Court Judge’s Ruling Reversed

By Michael Pike and Daniel Lustig |

In the case of Thomas G. Hinners, Mary J. Wamser and Florida Affordable Housing, Inc. (Appellants) v. Brian J. Hinners (Appellee) in Florida’s District Court of Appeal’s 4th District, Pike & Lustig Partners Michael Pike and Daniel Lustig represented the Appellants in their request to reverse the judge’s ruling on their case in circuit… Read More »

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Michael Pike and Pike & Lustig are happy to support our colleague and friend, Grasford Smith, in his pursuit for re-election to the Palm Beach County Bar Association’s Board of Directors

By Michael Pike and Daniel Lustig |

“Grasford has been serving the community for much of my legal carrier in several voluntary bar organizations. He has served our community, our attorneys and the general public in every endeavor he has undertaken. This proven track record of success establishes that Grasford is the right choice!”   – Michael Pike, Managing Partner, Pike… Read More »

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Michael W. Shiver Jr., Joins Pike & Lustig LLP

By Michael Pike and Daniel Lustig |

Pike & Lustig is pleased to announce that Michael W. Shiver Jr. has joined our team. Michael Shiver is an AV Preeminent® Rated senior trial attorney specializing in both commercial and catastrophic personal injury cases at Pike & Lustig, LLP. A lifelong resident of Palm Beach County, Mr. Shiver has practiced law for over… Read More »

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Holiday Party Liability

By Michael Pike and Daniel Lustig |

The holidays are upon us and although this year may look a bit different than others, friends and family wishing to get together will undoubtedly find a way to do so. Although Florida Health recommends that everyone refrain from hosting gatherings of more than 10 people, there are no actual travel restrictions currently in… Read More »

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Pike & Lustig, LLP Gives Back to Those in Need

By Michael Pike and Daniel Lustig |

It’s officially the season of giving and a time to be thankful for all the blessings life has to offer. With everyone looking forward to the holidays, it’s also important to remember that some festive celebrations are grander than others and now is the time to help the less fortunate in any way you… Read More »

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Maryland Man Sentenced to One Year in Jail for Violating Capacity Restrictions in March

By Michael Pike and Daniel Lustig |

In what appears to be one of the most severe sentences related to Covid-19 in the country, a Maryland man was sentenced to one year in jail for holding two large parties that violated the state’s order against gatherings of more than 10 people. In late March, when capacity restrictions at the beginning of… Read More »

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Family Whose Gender Reveal Party Caused Lethal El Dorado Fire May Face Criminal Charges

By Michael Pike and Daniel Lustig |

On September 5, a family hosting a gender reveal party triggered a smoke-generating pyrotechnical device that malfunctioned and caught fire. Although they tried to contain the fire, they were unsuccessful, and it has continued to spread throughout San Bernardino County. Dubbed the “El Dorado Fire,” it has now burned over 19,000 acres and killed… Read More »

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Palm Beach County Educators Remain in the Dark as Schools Set to Open September 21st

By Michael Pike and Daniel Lustig |

Earlier this week, the president of the Palm Beach County Classroom Teachers Association, Justin Katz, sent a letter to the Superintendent of Schools, Dr. Donald Fennoy, asking for the following: Immediate removal and replacement of Chief of Human Resources, Dr. Gonzalo La Cava Fix the issues facing educators who are teaching both in-classroom and… Read More »

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Florida Teachers Union Wins Lawsuit

By Michael Pike and Daniel Lustig |

The Florida Education Association fought back after Education Commissioner Richard Corcoran ordered schools to reopen classrooms by Aug. 31 or risk losing funding. And now, a Florida judge has sided with the teachers. Leon County Judge Charles Dodson ruled that a statewide mandate that local school officials resume in-person instruction this month amid the… Read More »

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Election Day Results: Voters Decide on 10 Primaries for State Attorney and Public Defender Offices

By Michael Pike and Daniel Lustig |

Primary Election Day was August 18th, and it seems as though we are starting to see the first results from the contest. Recently released unofficial tallies from the Secretary of State’s Division of Elections website reveal the most likely outcomes from Tuesday’s Primary Election: Long-time 11th Circuit State Attorney Katherine Fernandez Rundle fended off… Read More »

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