ZP&W files suit agains FARC

The Miami Herald, El Nuevo Herald and CNN covered a lawsuit filed by ZP&W against the FARC and ELN narco-terrorist organizations regarding the murder of former United Nations Ambassador and Senator Carlos Caballero. The lawsuit brings claims for damages against the defendants under the Alien Tort Statute for murder, false imprisonment, hostage taking, trafficking in persons, and torture, as well as crimes against humanity. In addition, it brings claims for damages under the Federal Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act, commonly known as RICO, as well as Florida RICO, and wrongful death under Colombian law. The lawsuit was also covered by the AP, Palm Beach Post, Fox News, Yahoo Noticias, NBC, La Nacion, El Nacional, El Confidencial, El Heraldo, and other television, on-line and print news outlets.

ZP&W named a “Top Law Firm” by South Florida Legal Guide; ZP&W lawyers also honored.

The 2013 South Florida Legal Guide named Zumpano Patricio & Winker, P.A. a “Top Law Firm” in South Florida. Additionally, Joseph Zumpano, Leon Patricios, David Winker, Grace Escalona, Hans Burgos, Joseph Carballo, Brian Cleveland, Heather Stoessel and Arnold Shevin were named as “Top Lawyers” in their fields of practice. Martha Esperon was named to the “Top Up and Comers” in the same publication. Jamaal Jones’ article “The Impact of ACOs on our Health System” was also featured in the publication.