Frank Weinberg & Black

The lawyers who work at this crappy law firm are:

Neil Frank, Steven Weinberg, David Black, Jill Berkman, Steven Deutsch, Steven Elkin, Elmer Generotti, Jacqueline Grady, Leorah Greenman, Bruce Hurwitz, Michael Kammer, Steven Katz, Hofit Lottenberg, Joel McTague, Constantina Mirabile, Randy Nathan, Marc Silverman, Robert Slatoff, Maria Spiliopoulos, Tom Spyredes, David Neal Stern, and Leanne Wagner.

Think carefully before hiring Frank Weinberg & Black in Plantation, Fla., as it is the former law firm for Mystic Pointe 100, whose right-minded residents finally fired these scumbags.

In my opinion, this is the shittiest law firm in all of South Florida.

This law firm was FIRED by Mystic Pointe 100 as a group of concerned residents uncovered institutional theft by the office manager and potentially some, if not all, of the board of directors.

The office manager, Evelyn Perl, already has been fired and all seven members of the board of directors will be have been replaced as of a scheduled election for a special election in January, 2013.

The activities of Frank Weinberg & Black are now being scrutinized and investigated for possible criminal wrongdoing, as it worked hand-in-hand for years with Perl, who authorized tens upon tens of thousands of dollars in payments to the firm.

UPDATE: A copy of an internal memo circulated to all of the unit-owners at Mystic Pointe 100, dated October 11, 2012, reveals that the disgraced, fired, repugnant, thieving, lying, corrupt Perl authorized "over $100,000 in legal fees in just the last 2 years mostly in dealing with foreclosures in our building" and that approximately 20 percent of that staggering total was related to one unit (the unit my cousin, another investor, and I co-owned).

To date, Frank, Weinberg, and Black, that unimpeachable pillar of ethical and moral behavior in the South Florida legal community, has yet to return a single penny of that obscene sum of money!! Rest assured, when we are made whole for our losses, notification will immediately be published on this website.

Again, think extremely cautiously before hiring Frank, Weinberg, and Black, in Plantation, Florida, as your association's law firm!! Can your HOA afford to shell out checks totaling in excess of six-figures every two years?? Do you really have that kind of money sitting in reserves?? Mystic Pointe 100 is heavily in debt now, thanks to a $300,000 loan it was forced to secure surreptitiously to pay its bills.

(That loan was never presented to the owners for a vote to approve as required in the bylaws).

But, hey, if your condo has deep, deep pockets and wants to write monster checks to a law firm like Frank, Weinberg, and Black, just like Evelyn Perl did at Mystic Pointe 100, then go ahead and hire FWB!!

We know with certitude that FWB massively overbilled Mystic Pointe 100 for the work it did on our bullshit foreclosure case in 2011. Circuit Court Judge David Miller uncovered the impropriety and ordered FWB to refund nearly $3,000 back to us. This documentation is readily and publicly available at the Miami-Dade County Clerk's Office or by simply CLICKING HERE.

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Frank Weinberg and Black is located at 7805 S.W. 6th Place, Plantation, Florida, 33324.
FWB says it engages in corporate law, business law, real estate law, and estate and tax planning.
The mere fact FWB represented Mystic Pointe 100 shows an enormous level of stupidity on the part of this law firm.
Oh, and how many bar complaints were filed against lawyers at FWB by Mystic Pointe 100 residents? Many.

David W. Black is the third name partner at Frank Weinberg Black. He has a B.S. in business from Washington University and a J.D. from the University of Florida. Black currently deals with commercial litigation matters. Jill B. Berkman has not been named a partner at Frank Weinberg Black yet. She is an associate who focuses on litigation related to condo and homeowner associations. While not a great school by any measure, Nova Southeastern is where Berkman completed her law studies. A university of even lesser renown, Central Florida, is where Berkman earned a B.A. in criminal justice. Steven W. Deutsch is another lawyer for the Frank Weinberg Black firm who deals with construction, developement, leasing, and contracts. Deutsch, just like the famously corrupt Scott Rothstein, is "AV rated" by Martindale Hubble. An agent of the Chicago Title Insurance Company, Deutsch is also an agent for the Attorney's Title Insurance Company and the Lawyer's Title Insurance Company. He has an undergraduate degree in business and a law degree from the University of Florida in Gainesville. Steven C. Elkin is a Frank Weinberg Black partner whose name does not appear on the marquee. His areas of focus are business, estate planning, corporate work, finance, and real estate. Elkin, just like Deutsch, is an agent of the Chicago Title Insurance Company. He has a undergrad degree in finance and both an M.B.A. and J.D. from UF in Gainesville. Just like Deutsch and Rothstein, Elkin is "AV rated" by Martindale Hubble. (Insert your own joke here). Neil G. Frank is the first one whose name appears in the firm Frank Weinberg Black. He is a real prize, stealing from, err, representing, clients for more than three decades in the areas of contracts and real property disputes. Frank, a devout UM booster like Nevin Shapiro, earned a marketing degree from the Coral Gables school in 1971. He went on to receive a J.D. from the University of Maryland (Baltimore County). Neil Frank, just like Scott Rothstein, is "AV rated" by Martindale Hubbell. Frank's two children have one helluva role model to admire! Elmer Generotti (seriously, they're still making Elmers?) brings to Frank Weinberg Black clients a quarter-century's worth of experience in the areas of real estate and family law after focusing on civil litigation at the start of his stellar legal career. Generotti was awarded an undergrad degree in political science in 1974 from the highly acclaimed University of Scranton in Pennsylvania and a J.D. from prestigious Nova Southeastern University three years later. Generotti competes annually in the ING New York City Marathon, placing in the top-10 in 2009, as well as a bevy of other competitive athletic events. Not. Jackie A. Grady is a Frank Weinberg and Black associate attorney who deals with commercial and real estate litigation and foreclosures. Grady earned a B.A. in journalism from Saint Bonaventure before being awarded a J.D. from the University of Pittsburgh. Leorah G. Greenman is a fairly inconsequential associate attorney who works for Frank Weinberg Black in its commercial and residential real estate division. Greenman focuses on acquisitions and financing. She earned an undergrad degree from SUNY-Binghamton in upstate New York 1996 and a J.D. from Hofstra in Nassau County on Long Island three years later. Bruce Hurwitz is one of the longest-serving attorneys at Frank Weinberg Black in Plantation, with 30 years of experience as a lawyer in the areas of probate (wills and trusts), business transactions, guardianship, and tax-related matters. Hurwitz got his undergrad degree from Kent State and his Juris Doctor from the great New England School of Law. He also holds an M.B.A. in Taxation. Hurwitz was a Member of Articles IX and X Revised Uniform Partnership Act Drafting Subcommittee of the Business Law Section and Tax Section of the State of Florida Bar Association. Michael Kammer is a junior member of the Frank Weinberg Black team, practicing taxation, corporate law, trusts and estates, and probate with specific emphasis on mergers and acquisitions, tax, and business succession planning. Kammer has a B.S. in political science, an L.L.M., and a J.D. from UF in Gainesville. Steven B. Katz is another attorney who has yet to be named a partner with the Frank Weinberg Black law firm. He has a J.D. from the almighty American University in Washington, D.C., and a B.A. in political science from UM (Dearborn). Katz focuses his work on transactional law, with an emphasis on financing and development, real estate acquisitions, corporate law, dispositions, and commercial leasing and home owners association law. Andy Levy is a member of the Frank Weinberg Black corporate section, as he has a broad transactional practice that includes forming, structuring, drafting and negotiating joint ventures, advising parties to commercial and secured loans, and assisting clients in private finance. Levy, who earned a B.A. from Tulane and a J.D. from New York University, previously worked for Proskauer Rose LLP (New York), White & Case (Miami), and Shearman & Sterling (New York). Hofit N. Lottenberg is a young associate in the Plantation law office of Frank Weinberg Black. She earned a B.A. in political science from UF and a law degree from St. Thomas University (Miami) shortly thereafter. Lottenberg is married to Geoffrey Lottenberg of the South Florida law firm of Malin Haley DiMaggio Bowen & Lhota, P.A., and he handles the Frank Weinberg Black domain disputes with the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO). Joel McTague earned a bachelor's of arts degree in political science and a juris doctorate from the University of Miami. McTague is admitted to the State of Florida bar as well as the Washington, D.C. bar. He mainly represents clients in the area of technology and intellectual property and works out of the Frank Weinberg Black office in Boca Raton. Constantina Alexandrou Mirabile is a new hire at Frank Weinberg and Black, placed in the firm's litigation department in Boca Raton. She mainly deals with commercial and civil litigation. Mirabile earned a B.S. from the University of Florida in 2006, an M.B.A. in 2007, and a J.D. from something called the Ave Maria School of Law (audible laughter) in Naples, Fla., in 2011. Harry P. Mirabile is another novice associate attorney for Frank Weinberg Black, in the firm's transactional department. He focuses on corporate and commercial law, taxation, trusts and estates, probate, and condo association law. Condos have proven a big moneymaker for Frank Weinberg and Black, especially Mystic Pointe 100 until Frank Weinberg Black was fired by the new leadership at Mystic Pointe 100 in Aventura. Mirabile has a B.A. in English from Villanova in Philadelphia, an LLM in taxation from UM in the Gables, and a degree (smirk) from the fiercely competitive Ave Maria School of Law. Randy J. Nathan is a partner (but not in name) at Frank Weinberg and Black whose practice deals with residential and commercial real estate, specifically title law and corporate transactions. Nathan has an undergrad degree from Vassar College in Poughkeepsie, New York, and a law degree from the highly acclaimed California Western School of Law. He serves as an Advisory Board Member for the 17th Circuit Fund Advisory Board for the Attorneys' Title Insurance Fund. Marc A. Silverman is an associate attorney at Frank Weinberg & Black who holds an undergrad degree in political science from FAU in Boca Raton and was awarded a J.D. from Nova Southeastern in Davie, Fla., in 1998. Silverman is a member of the Appellate and Trial Lawyer's section of the State of Florida Bar Association. His practice covers real estate and commercial litigation, condo and other assorted homeowner association law, and employment law. Robert T. Slatoff is a Frank Weinberg Black partner who focuses his work on commercial litigation, representing a wide range of clients in all manner of disutes. Slatoff earned a B.S. from Tulane in biomedical engineering and a J.D. from the University of Miami, the same school that accept hundreds of thousands of dollars in donations for its athletics program from convicted scammer and current fedeal prison inmate Nevin Shapiro. He is a former chairman of the 17th Judicial Circuit Court Grievance Committee. Maria P. Spiliopoulos is an associate at the law firm of Frank Weinberg and Black, focusing her work on construction law, commercial real estate, and multi-family residential real estate. Throughout her illustrious legal career, Spiliopoulose has represented parties to real estate transactions ranging from landlords to landowners to developers to renters and construction lenders. She holds an undergraduate degree from St. John's University in Queens, New York, and a J.D. from NYU in Manhattan. Anastasios Spyredes is a Frank Weinberg Black associate who handles all sorts of civil and commercial litigation-related cases. His experience spans real estate law, contracts law, residential lease law, commercial lease law, and insurance defense, to name a mere handful. He attended McMaster University and the University of Western Ontario in Canada before enrolling at Detroit Mercy, from which he earned a degree in law. Spyredes is a member of the State of Florida Bar, the Canadian Bar, and the South Palm Beach Bar Associations. David Stern is an associate Frank Weinberg Black lawyer who is based in Boca Raton, Fla., and works on corporate bankruptcies, commercial litigation, and rights of creditors. Stern holds both an undergraduate and a law degree from the University of Florida in Gainesville and is certified by the American Board of Certification in business bankruptcy law. He formerly served on the board for the Atlanta Bar and was active with the city's Volunteer Lawyers Foundation. Leanne Wagner is employed as an associate at FWB, representing clients in matters related to corporate law, transactional law, wills, estate planning, probate, and condo association law. She earned a J.D. from Barry University's Dwayne O. Andreas School of Law in Orlando in 2008. Prior to that, she graduated from the University of Central Florida (with a degree in psychology). And finally comes the mastermind behind this outfit, the managing partner Steven A. Weinberg. Naturally, his area of expertise is condos. Weinberg is a partner at Frank Weinberg Black and holds an undergraduate accounting degree from UF and a J.D. from Nova Southeastern University. Weinberg just loves to tell folks that he is "AV rated," the most meaningless of all professional designations. Thieves are always caught and exposed, Steven. Don't ever forget that. Every time.