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July 5, 2018

As the pace of technology innovation accelerates, we should all be mindful of the law of unintended consequences. Take the Internet for example. It’s doubtful that the World Wide Web developers in the 1990s anticipated the identity theft problems of the 21st century. Nor did cell phone manufacturers of that era take precautions to prevent traffic accidents caused by texting drivers.

The same principle is likely to be applied to one of the most revolutionary advances in technology: the introduction of autonomous or “self-driving” vehicles guided by artificial intelligence (AI).

There is no question that self-driving vehicles can make life easier for milli...

March 7, 2018

 AALM: When did you first know you wanted to become an attorney? What drew you to this career?

Caballero: I knew I wanted to become an attorney during undergraduate school. Attorneys play a special role in ensuring that our judicial system is effective and fulfills the promise of justice and equality under the law as envisioned by the Constitution.

AALM: Who is your current mentor?

Caballero: My mentors are my law partners, Edward Blumberg and Steven Deutsch, both of whom practice at the highest ethical and professional standards.

AALM: Who are some of your legal heroes?

Caballero: My legal heroes are the lawyers who helped draft the Constitution and develo...

March 7, 2018

 AALM: When did you first know you wanted to become an attorney? What drew you to this career?

Blumberg: I always knew I wanted to become an attorney. I was fortunate enough to grow up surrounded by attorneys as my father is an attorney and my mother is a paralegal.

AALM: Who are some of your legal heroes? Why?

Blumberg: One of my legal heroes is George Wythe. Mr. Wythe became the first law professor in the country when Thomas Jefferson appointed him as chair of law at the College of William and Mary, thus making Mr. Wythe the first law professor in the United States. Mr. Wythe was a true citizen lawyer who believed lawyers should use our position, as law...

December 15, 2017

When Lawrence Johnson was admitted to the Miami VA hospital for a spinal fusion of his neck in May 2016, the U.S. Marine Corps veteran had trouble swallowing after surgery. 

To feed Johnson as he recovered, doctors ran a thin feeding tube through his nose and down the back of his throat. But they missed the 68-year-old’s stomach, and sent the tube into his right lung instead, according to a lawsuit that Johnson filed Dec. 4 in U.S. District Court against the Miami VA Healthcare System.

Doctors didn’t realize their mistake for two days. By then, Johnson had developed a blood infection and pneumonia as the liquefied food built up between his lung and...

February 22, 2017

Miami, FL- Edward R. Blumberg, a Miami trial lawyer, was selected as a new member of Board of Trustees of the National Judicial College.

The National Judicial College was created as a way for judges to improve productivity, challenge current perceptions of justice, and inspire judges to achieve judicial excellence. A main responsibility of the Board of Trustees is the promotion and development of innovative and educational programs for judges all around the country.  While The National Judicial College is headquartered at the University of Nevada, Reno, its programs for judicial education are held in cities around the country.

Mr. Blumberg received his u...

November 1, 2016

The Dade County Bar presented a recent seminar, “Climb the Pillars to Success by Fitting Professionalism into the Profession,” featuring a keynote speech by Florida Supreme Court Justice Fred Lewis, the author of the Supreme Court’s opinion that established Florida’s Code of Professionalism and the Florida Circuit Professionalism Panels.  

Justice Lewis was joined by 11th Judicial Circuit Chief Judge Bertila Soto and Circuit Judges Stanford Blake (ret.), Jorge Cueto, Ellen Sue Venzer, Scott Bernstein, Thomas Rebull, and Miguel de la O, who spoke about the development and implementation of the statewide and local professionalism rules, and the pro...

June 6, 2014

For H.T. Smith, director of the trial advocacy program at the Florida International University College of Law, it's all about gestures and long pauses when he's addressing a jury.

Sedgwick partner Ramon Abadin's trial secret: sit on the edge of your seat while the defense is speaking, ready to jump up, button your jacket and object in a second.

Ed Blumberg, a partner at Deutsch & Blumberg in Miami, saves money by having a paralegal or staffer act as his unpaid jury consultant, taking notes and Googling potential jurors during voir dire.

And Jennifer Altman, a partner at Boise, Schiller & Flexner in Miami, sits in on trials and jury selection of litigators...

March 5, 2014

Attorneys Successfully Defend Health Care Providers Against MedMal Claims

John D. Kelner and Edward R. Blumberg J. Albert Diaz Case: Robin Helfan and Barry Helfan v. Eye Surgery Associates, Guy J. Angella, M.D., Stephen E. Solomon, D.O., Gail P. Ballweg, M.D. Case no: 07-15695 (26)

Description: Medical malpractice

Filing date: July 5, 2007

Verdict date: Feb. 6, 2014 J

udge: Broward Circuit Judge Patti Englander Henning Plaintiff attorneys: Ronald Rodman and Estefania Baird, Friedman, Rodman & Frank, Miami Defense attorney: Edward Blumberg, Deutsch & Blumberg, Miami; John Kelner, John D. Kelner Law Offices, Hollywood; and Burt Redlus, Burt E. Redlus P.A., Mi...

December 16, 2013

NEW PORT RICHEY — A jury awarded more than $13 million to a Pasco man in a negligence lawsuit over a misdiagnosis of pink eye. Arcadio Hernandez, 21, went to the emergency room at Morton Plant North Bay Hospital on July 10, 2010, complaining about pain on or around his eye. He was seen by the nursing staff and a physician's assistant, Bethany Berghoffer, who diagnosed him with a form of conjunctivitis, commonly known as pink eye. A supervising doctor named Helene Harper never examined Hernandez, but signed off on Berghoffer's diagnosis. They gave him a prescription for antibiotics and sent him on his way. That November, an aneurysm in his head burst, a...

December 13, 2013

More than two years after state troopers say he killed five people in a gruesome drunk-driving wreck on Interstate 95 in North Miami-Dade, Carlos Lacayo remains a fugitive.

But that didn’t stop a civil jury this week from awarding over $15 million in damages to the parents of one of the victims.

“He couldn’t run away from the civil justice system,” said lawyer Edward Blumberg, who is representing the family of victim Emerson Kastenholz.


Read more here: http://www.miamiherald.com/news/local/community/miami-dade/article1958490.html#storylink=cpy

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