Former Dentons Innovator Joe Cohen Joins Charles Russell Speechlys to Lead Advanced Client Solutions and Launch Profitable Software Products

LONDON, UK – Joe Cohen, the former mastermind behind Dentons’ successful legal tech project, FleetAI, has recently joined Charles Russell Speechlys (CRS) as the Director of Advanced Client Solutions (ACS). CRS, known for its work in private client services, finance, and real estate, aims to enhance its legal work delivery with the establishment of ACS. This move reflects a broader trend among top-tier law firms, as ACS incorporates Solution Development, Legal Tech & AI, Legal Project Management, Alternative Delivery, and Process Improvement. One notable aspect of ACS is its plan to develop and sell its … Read more

Miami Commissioner Joe Carollo Loses Bid to Stop Collection of $63M Judgment in First Amendment Lawsuit

Miami Commissioner Joe Carollo’s request to halt the enforcement of a $63 million judgement against him has been denied by a federal judge. The judgement was issued after Carollo lost a civil trial last year in which he was found guilty of violating the First Amendment rights of two Little Havana businessmen, William Fuller and Martin Pinilla, and using the city’s resources against them. The jury awarded the settlement to Fuller and Pinilla, leading to the seizure of Carollo’s home and property by U.S. Marshals in February. In addition to the seizure of assets, Fuller … Read more

Sophie Turner’s Lawsuit Dismissed: Joe Jonas Keeps Custody of Children Following Split

New York, NY – A New York judge has dismissed actor Sophie Turner’s lawsuit against pop star Joe Jonas, demanding the return of their two children to England. Turner, known for her role in “Game of Thrones,” and Jonas, who were once a beloved couple in Hollywood, announced their separation on September 6 after four years of marriage. Since then, a custody battle has ensued over the couple’s young children born in 2020 and 2022. Turner took legal action in September, filing a lawsuit against Jonas in the U.S. District Court for Southern New York. … Read more