A well-known Miami developer who lost a trial to another real estate giant five years ago lost again on his claim that a juror was bribed in their trial.

Craig Robins, a force behind Miami’s high-end Design District, and Ugo Colombo, whose latest luxury condominium to grace the city skyline is Brickell Flatiron, have been locked in a decade-long legal fight over a jet they co-owned.

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