A $12 million-plus victory for the family of Subway co-founder Fred DeLuca in a jury trial against a well-known Delray Beach developer brought a close to eight years of contentious litigation between high-profile law firms on both sides of the case.

Holland & Knight argued on DeLuca’s side and Willie Gary’s firm, Gary, Williams, Parenti, Watson & Gary, represented developer Anthony Pugliese.

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