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Jonathan Chane and Ruben Socarras Named 2019 Super Lawyers

June 01 2019

Chane Socarras PLLC is pleased to announce that both Jonathan Chane and Ruben Socarras have been selected in the 2019 edition of the SuperLawyers.com list in the areas of Business Litigation in Florida. The 2019 SuperLawyers list will be published later this year, which is an exclusive list of top-rated attorneys in specific practice areas who are […]


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Chane Socarras PLLC Sponsors JNF’s 8th Annual White Party Fundraiser.

May 21, 2019

Chane Socarras PLLC was proud to sponsor and participate in Jorge Nation Foundation‘s (JNF) 8th Annual White Party fundraiser on Fort Lauderdale Beach, a special cause aimed at sending children with serious illnesses on all-inclusive Dream Trips. JNF is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization committed to raising funds to send children and their families on a […]


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Chane Socarras PLLC Opens New Mizner Park Office

March 09, 2019

Chane Socarras PLLC is pleased to announce its new office location in Mizner Park, conveniently located in east Boca Raton, Florida, adding to its existing Palm Beach, Stuart, and Fort Lauderdale offices.  Chane Socarras, PLLC is an AV Rated law firm that specializes in representing individuals and businesses throughout Florida and beyond in complex commercial […]


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Chane Socarras Succeeds in Breach of Contract Trial

December 27, 2018

Chane Socarras business law and trial attorney Ruben Socarras obtained a judgment in excess of $350,000.00 in a breach of contract entitling the firm’s client not only to all of its damages but also its legal fees and costs for prevailing in the litigation.  Contact us to see how we can help you manage your […]


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Florida Non-Compete Agreements: Is a Non-Compete Agreement Actually Enforceable in Florida?

December 11, 2018

Everything you need to know about Florida non-compete agreements. Is a non-compete agreement actually enforceable in Florida? Let’s begin with what a non-compete is: non-compete agreements are usually between an employer and an employee, and include a specific provision where the employee agrees not to directly or indirectly compete with the employer’s business for a […]


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Ruben E. Socarras, Co-founder and Member of CSLaw and Non-Profit Featured in Boca Raton and Delray Newspaper

January 05, 2018

Ruben E. Socarras, co-founder and member at Chane Socarras, PLLC (CSLaw) was recently featured in the July editions of Boca Raton’s and Delray Beach’s Newspaper publication – where he had the opportunity to share his experience in serving as President of Jorge Nation Foundation, Inc. (JNF) and elaborate on its incredible cause.  Ruben helped form JNF […]


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Ruben Socarras selected in 2018 Florida Super Lawyers

January 04, 2018

Ruben E. Socarras, a founder and member of Chane Socarras, PLLC (CSLaw) has been selected to the 2018 edition of Florida Super Lawyers list.  This marks the 9th year straight that Mr. Socarras has been recognized in the Super Lawyers (and Rising Stars) list. The Super Lawyers list, which is issued  by Thomson Reuters, is an attorney rating service of outstanding lawyers […]


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Successful Arbitration Award by Ruben Socarras and Andrew Fine featured in Law360

February 20, 2017

As a follow up to the Arbitration Award entered in the client’s favor on October 14, 2016, Law360 has published an article following the recent California federal court’s approval of the $3.2 million arbitration award. Ruben Socarras and Andrew Fine successfully litigated the case and ultimately prevailed following the one-week arbitration in Los Angeles, CA. The federal […]


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$3.4 Million Binding Arbitration Award Secured

October 17, 2016

In a hotly contested international contractual dispute tried in California before a three-arbitrator panel of the American Arbitration Association and International Center for Dispute Resolution, litigation attorneys Ruben E. Socarras and Andrew Fine successfully obtained an award in favor of their client totaling approximately $3,400,000.00 in damages, prejudgment interest, and attorneys’ fees and costs. The litigators aggressively pursued claims against an […]


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