The Miami Herald Featured Joseph I. Zumpano and the Case Caballero v. FARC, et al

On February 23, 2017, the Miami Herald featured a cover story regarding Mr. Zumpano and the historic case Caballero v. FARC, et al. In a hard fought victory, Mr. Zumpano and his legal team recovered almost $1 million for Mr. Antonio Caballero whose father, former U.N. Ambassador Carlos Caballero Cormane, was murdered at the hands of Colombia’s most notorious guerilla groups and the North Valley Cartel. The Miami Herald reported that “[t]he case is likely to draw the attention of other guerilla victims in the United States, who have also won multi-million-dollar judgments but haven’t been able to collect, because the assets are either frozen or concealed.”

http://www.miamiherald.com/news/nation-world/world/americas/colombia/article134332459.html

CNN Featured Joseph I. Zumpano and the Case Caballero v. FARC, et al

On February 27, 2017, CNN featured Mr. Zumpano and the case Caballero v. FARC, et al. In a hard fought victory, Mr. Zumpano and his legal team recovered almost $1 million for Mr. Antonio Caballero whose father, former U.N. Ambassador Carlos Caballero Cormane, was murdered at the hands of Colombia’s most notorious guerilla groups and the North Valley Cartel.

http://www.cnn.com/2017/02/27/americas/narco-cash-dead-diplomat-son/index.html

Groundbreaking Ceremony for the Gian Zumpano Aquatic Center at Belen Jesuit Preparatory School

On Tuesday, May 10, 2016, Belen Jesuit Preparatory School held the groundbreaking ceremony for the Gian Zumpano Aquatic Center at the sight of the future center, with over one-hundred alumni and friends in attendance.  Miami Auxiliary Bishop Peter Baldacchino blessed the grounds; and Zumpano Patricios & Winker, P.A. President and Managing Shareholder, Joseph I. Zumpano, delivered remarks regarding his brother Gian Zumpano and the efforts to make the center a reality.  The school’s president, Father Guillermo Garcia- Tunon, said, “It is the leadership, vision, and financial support of the Zumpano family which has steered this incredibly important project through a series of challenges and delays over the years that has led us to this moment.”  The estimated date of completion for the new center is the summer of 2017.

Gabriela Rosell’s article “The Cuban Conundrum” was published in the South Florida Legal Guide Midyear 2015 edition.

Gabriela Rosell’s article “The Cuban Conundrum” was published in the South Florida Legal Guide Midyear 2015 edition. In said article, Ms. Rosell analyzes the “conflicting policies of the legislative and executive branches” of the US government and how these “have created a Cuban conundrum that is difficult to reconcile.” For the entire article, please click here.