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Carlton Fields shareholder Christopher Smart in Tampa; Waldman Barnett partner Glen Waldman in Miami; attorney Mark Perlman in Hallandale Beach; and Blaxberg, Grayson, Kukoff & Forteza founding member I. Barry Blaxberg in Miami. (l-r) Carlton Fields shareholder Christopher Smart in Tampa; Waldman Barnett partner Glen Waldman in Miami; attorney Mark Perlman in Hallandale Beach; and Blaxberg, Grayson, Kukoff & Forteza founding member I. Barry Blaxberg in Miami.

A state appeals court backed building rights for the developer of a planned 45-story mixed-use tower, which was opposed in a four-year legal challenge by two next-door condominium towers near North Miami.

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