What’s in a name? Plenty, if it’s Fowler White.
The Miami law firm Fowler White Burnett Hurley Banick & Strickroot has gone to court to protect its moniker. What’s unusual about this case is that defendant and the plaintiff share a long and, until now, congenial history.
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