A prominent Miami developer accused by another of winning a trial by bribing a juror is striking back with a defamation suit and the release of a state attorney’s closeout memo finding no evidence of  alleged graft.

In the lawsuit, an attorney for Ugo Colombo, a pioneering developer of luxury MIami high-rises, said comments by two opposing attorneys in a recent Daily Business Review article about the bribery  assertion damaged Colombo’s reputation and harmed his business.

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