Fort Lauderdale, Fla., law firm Rothstein Rosenfeldt Adler says it “dedicated numerous hours in the pursuit” of justice for an education services company in a series of multimillion-dollar lawsuits filed around the country that alleged fraud, racketeering, defamation and legal malpractice.

The client was Whitney Information Network, which invested in a Panamanian company that owns and operates a Costa Rican hotel resort. Whitney alleges fellow shareholders, lawyers and contractors worked to wrench away its ownership stake. It filed suits in New York and Florida federal courts and was sued in Maryland.

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