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Tabas & Soloff represents Successor Trustee February 24, 2015
On February 24, 2015 after a year and a half long bankruptcy proceeding, the firm and successor trustee Joel L. Tabas, successfully completed the Chapter 11 reorganization of the Fort Lauderdale Bridge Club, a well- respected and important institution in Broward County since 1958. The bankruptcy proceeding was precipitated by multi-layered complex litigation brought against the Club which the firm effectively managed. The favorable conclusion of the litigation enabled the Club to emerge from bankruptcy protection and successfully reor...
Miami Bankruptcy Judge approves $8 million settlement December 23, 2014
Miami Bankruptcy Judge approves $8 million setlement in Chapter 15 related racketeering and fraud litigation. The case was vigorously defended and the settlement brokered by the firm. Read more about it on Law 360's website: law360.com
2014 Super Lawyers Honorees June 26, 2014
Joel Tabas was once again recognized on the Super Lawyers annual list of the top attorneys in Florida in the practice area of Bankruptcy (Business). The digital edition of the 2014 Super Lawyers Magazine can be found here: 20...
Bailouts and Bankruptcy April 15, 2014
Please download the file to read the article Roundtable on Bailouts and Bankruptcy: The Case of the U.S. Auto Industry which appeared in the Fall/Winter 2008 edition of the Journal of Applied Finance. Taba...
2013 Corporate INTL magazine January 1, 2014
Tabas & Soloff (f/k/a Tabas Freedman & Soloff) was chosen the winner of the 2013 Corporate INTL magazine legal award for the category "Insolvency law - law firm of the year in Florida." More information is a...
Most Effective Lawyers 2013 December 9, 2013
Tabas & Soloff (f/k/a Tabas, Freedman & Soloff) was featured in Miami's Daily Business Review's Most Effective Lawyers of 2013 for its work on the Capitol Investments USA, Inc. bankruptcy case. As the ar...
Another $5 million recouped for Nevin Shapiro's victims September 10, 2013
In 2013, Tabas & Soloff partner Joel Tabas, the Trustee of the Capitol Investments Chapter 7 bankruptcy case, brought suit against a Miami firm which Tabas and the firm, representing him, accused of aiding and abetting convicted Ponzi schemer Nevin Shapiro's violations of federal securities laws. The law firm denied any wrongdoing but paid $5M to the estate for the benefit of Capitol's creditors. Click the download link to read the full article.
Bank of America pays $5.9M to settle in Capitol August 17, 2012
Representing Joel Tabas, the Chapter 7 Trustee of the estate of Capitol Investments, USA and Nevin Shapiro, the firm brought suit against Bank of America for allowing millions of dollars to be funnelled through Capitol's accounts without raising a red flag as to possible wrongdoing. The settlement included a bar order and brought $5.9M into the Estate. Click the download link to read the full article.