Golden Coconut Award

Finalists for Golden Coconut Award Include Jane Muir The Coconut Grove Chamber of Commerce has announced the finalists for the 45th Golden Coconut Awards, the premier awards event for the historic Coconut Grove community. The winners of these prestigious awards will be named at the January 8, 2015 event, taking place at The Kampong. The Golden Coconut Awards is a celebration recognizing businesses and individuals Read More

Muir & Associates Supports National Adoption Day

On Friday, November 21, Miami Children’s Museum hosted National Adoption Day, where dozens of children who are in foster care were made permanent members of loving families in Miami-Dade County. The event was organized by the Florida Department of Children and Families and Our Kids of Miami-Dade and Monroe Counties. Jane Muir and Megan Ralstin of Muir & Associates served as witnesses for the legal formalities Read More

Miami Book Fair: Author Tony DiTerlizzi

 Jane Muir Introduces Renowned Author and Artist Tony DiTerlizzi at Miami Book Fair International Miami Dade College hosted the 31st Annual Miami Book Fair International at its Wolfson Campus November 16-23, 2014. More than 600 authors from around the globe came to Miami to take part in the fair's international Festival of Authors. Jane Muir was invited to introduce Tony DiTerlizzi, who presented his new book “The Read More

Miami Herald Names Jane Muir 20 Under 40

Each year, the Miami Herald names twenty people “20 Under 40.” They seek emerging leaders in any field, including technology, law, non-profit, business, medicine, education, entrepreneurship, tourism, real estate, or any other endeavor, whose innovative approaches, business acumen, or community focus mark them as leaders. Moreover, nominees must be known for their high ethical standards. This year, Jane Muir was Read More

Annual Patently Impossible Project 2014

Patently Impossible Project Every November, lawyers descend upon the Miami Science Museum for what is quite possibly the most delightful fundraiser of the year. The Patently Impossible Project, a benefit for Dade Legal Aid, features a unique challenge for the participants: teams are given a bag of parts and must race to assemble the invention with only the patent application to guide them. Before the Read More