Akerman federal tax practice chairman Frank Cordero and employee benefits and compensation partner Leanne Reagan join crosstown rival Greenberg Traurig in Miami.
Dickinson Wright is on the receiving end when five intellectual property lawyers move with the breakup of Mayback & Hoffman. Four are based in Fort Lauderdale.
Partners Denisse M. Ibarra and Jorge L. Cruz-Bustillo lead a contingent of five attorneys from Kelley Kronenberg to Chartwell Law in Miami, and a sixth attorney joins the firm at the same time.
Jodi Laurence, a Greenspoon Marder partner and former co-chair of the firm’s health law group, and associate Melissa Goldman join Baker Donelson in Fort Lauderdale.
Litigator Olga Suarez Vieira and her brother, Miami Mayor Francis Suarez, join Greenspoon Marder from Carlton Fields.

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Insolvency and litigation lawyers Leyza Blanco and Fernando Menendez Jr. move to Sequor Law as partners from GrayRobinson.
Fowler White Burnett recruits intellectual property shareholder Joseph Englander from Peretz Chesal & Herrmann and four associates for its maritime and insurance practices.
Three Richman Greer litigators — John “Jay” White III, Leora Freire and Ronald Ponzoli Jr. — open the West Palm Beach office of GrayRobinson. Photo: J. Albert Diaz
Buchanan, Ingersoll & Rooney absorbs Weiss, Alden & Polo, taking on immigration partners Christine Alden and Gina Polo and associate Stephania Bertoni in Miami. Buckner Shifrin partner Robert Kohlman joins to co-chair the firm's matrimonial and family law practice.
Tripp Scott restructuring and bankruptcy litigation partners Michael Foster, left, Kristopher Aungst, right, and associate Angelo Castaldi jump to Wargo French in Miami.

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The legal profession can be a transient one. Lawyers decamp all the time. Occasionally, more than one takes off at the same time. Based on articles published in 2018, take a look at the South Florida practitioners who elected to move in multiples.

The only firms appearing more than once are GrayRobinson and Greenspoon Marder.