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The New Yorker: Les Moonves and CBS face allegations of sexual misconduct

The New Yorker

Les Moonves and CBS face allegations of sexual misconduct

“My client knew she was one of a small group of women who chose to speak up about one of the most powerful men in American media. Leslie Moonves’ departure from CBS demonstrates the importance behind the power of the collective voices of these brave women. I am proud of my client’s strength, clarity and perseverance.” Diana Fitzgerald

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The Washington Post: Retired NFL star Warren Moon is sued for sexual harassment

The Washington Post

Retired NFL star Warren Moon is sued for sexual harassment

Haskell declined to comment through her attorney, Diana L. Fitzgerald of Miami.

“She was expecting to further her career in the sports marketing industry,” Fitzgerald added. “She had no idea that her job duties were going to involve that kind of perverse protocol.”

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Reuters: Hall of fame NFL quarterback Warren Moon, sued for sexual harassment, denies harassment claim

Reuters

Hall of fame NFL quarterback Warren Moon, sued for sexual harassment, denies harassment claim

“Wendy Haskell made the decision to right a giant wrong,” her attorney, Diana Fitzgerald, told Reuters late Wednesday in a telephone interview from Miami. “She now joins a growing group of valiant women who have decided essentially enough is enough. “Right now we are experiencing a very powerful movement in our country as we are witnessing a first generation of women who are not going to take it anymore.”

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The Miami Herald

The Miami Herald

Carollo settles with city; comes back as manager for half day

"The appellate court ruled in favor of protecting public employees' First Amendment rights when reporting information and corruption as whistle-blowers," said Carollo's attorney, Diana Fitzgerald. "It wasn't about the money for Joe, it was about the principle."

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Daily Business Review

Daily Business Review

Court Sides With Ex-Miami Mayor in Doral Whistleblower Case

"Basically it shows the significance of the First Amendment's role in protecting public of-ficials who act as whistleblowers," said Fitzgerald of Fitzgerald & Isaacson in Miami.

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Miami Herald: Doral whistle-blower’s federal court 
case to move forward

The Miami Herald

Doral whistle-blower’s federal court case to move forward

Fitzgerald told the Miami Herald the appeals court “provided a very important guideline for other public officials in the future.”

“A reasonable public official would have known at the time they terminated Carollo in retaliation for speaking as a citizen who was exposing corruption that such termination would violate his first amendment rights,” she said.

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The Washington Post

The Washington Post

Children of Artist Frank Frazetta Renew Asset Feud

"It's been continuous pleading with them to try to figure out what’s going on." said Frazetta Jr.'s Miami attorney, Diana L. Fitzgerald. The suit was filed in Florida because Frazetta Jr.'s sisters live here.

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The New York Times

The New York Times

Frazetta Siblings Resolve Dispute Over Fantasy Art

Diana Fitzgerald, Frank Frazetta Jr.'s civil attorney, said the family is ready to work together.

"Everybody got their happy ending; the whole family did," she said, adding her client is "a valuable asset to his father's legacy. Now that everyone’s in agreement, we're really looking forward to the future. He's obviously excited to have Frank Sr. back in his life."

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Artist Consignment

JDSUPRA.com, March 23, 2011

Florida’s Artist’s Consignment Act: What Does it Protect?
by Erica Cañas

Surprising to many, Florida law provides some specific means for protecting artists’ rights and property. For instance, the Artist’s Consignment Act, Fla. Stat. §§ 686.501- 686.506, contains a handful of laws that directly address, and govern, the relationship between artists and art dealers.

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SOS condo associations: Who has the life preserver?

Daily Business Review, October 6, 2008

SOS condo associations: Who has the life preserver?
by Diana L. Fitzgerald

The mortgage industry meltdown has directly impacted financial giants, such as Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac and AIG, as well as millions of homeowners who confront sharp decline in home values, enormous losses in equity and foreclosures in unprecendented numbers.

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