Coral Gables, Fla., plaintiffs attorney Ervin Gonzalez says he will begin investigating environmental conditions at the David W. Dyer Federal Courthouse in downtown Miami at the request of friends and relatives of the late U.S. Magistrate Judge Ted Klein and federal employees who work there.

Gonzalez has not been formally retained. But he has begun gathering information. He also characterized two reports outlining mold conditions at the old Miami courthouse as “troubling, but not conclusive.”

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