Holland & Knight attorneys were awarded more than $10 million in fees and costs on a nearly $13 million verdict they won for the estate of a Subway co-founder.

The fee award stemmed from the jury’s finding of civil theft against developer Anthony Pugliese, his business manager Joseph Reamer and the Pugliese Co. The defendants stole $2.9 million from Subway co-founder Fred DeLuca that was meant to be invested in a real estate project south of Orlando, the jury found in February 2017.

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