Given City of Miami’s heavy investment to bring tech companies — particularly those focused on and Latin America — into South Florida, some attorneys feel there will be a plethora of legal issues and possibly litigation arising in this context.

Conrad & Scherer partners Eric Hager in Quito, Ecuador, and Russell R. O’Brien in Fort Lauderdale believe one of the biggest concerns for lawyers is whether their clients are adjusting well enough to the broader “new reality.”

Eric J. Hager, partner with Conrad & Scherer. Courtesy photo

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