Hank Adorno, head of the nation’s largest minority-owned law firm, violated nine Florida Bar rules when he engineered a $7 million class action settlement that distributed money to only seven people instead of all Miami taxpayers, the state regulatory agency for attorneys claims.

The Bar charged the founding partner of Adorno & Yoss breached his fiduciary duty to Miami property owners by making false statements in court, charging excessive fees and representing one client to the detriment of others in a flawed attempt to end a constitutional challenge to a city fire fee.

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