Laurence Leavy, a Fort Lauderdale lawyer best known as the "Marlins Man" for wearing an orange team jersey in the front row of major sporting events, poses for a selfie in a post office in the British Virgin Islans. Lawyers for the Miami Marlins sought to have a Miami-Dade lawsuit bumped to federal court over that post office, the home of a corporation that owns a portion of the team. The Marlins claimed that ownership entitled it to international arbitration. Miami-Dade lawyers rejected that claim, and used the Leavy selfie as an exhibit in a recent court filing.
Laurence Leavy, a Fort Lauderdale lawyer best known as the "Marlins Man" for wearing an orange team jersey in the front row of major sporting events, poses for a selfie in a post office in the British Virgin Islans. Lawyers for the Miami Marlins sought to have a Miami-Dade lawsuit bumped to federal court over that post office, the home of a corporation that owns a portion of the team. The Marlins claimed that ownership entitled it to international arbitration. Miami-Dade lawyers rejected that claim, and used the Leavy selfie as an exhibit in a recent court filing.
Laurence Leavy, a Fort Lauderdale lawyer best known as the "Marlins Man" for wearing an orange team jersey in the front row of major sporting events, poses for a selfie in a post office in the British Virgin Islans. Lawyers for the Miami Marlins sought to have a Miami-Dade lawsuit bumped to federal court over that post office, the home of a corporation that owns a portion of the team. The Marlins claimed that ownership entitled it to international arbitration. Miami-Dade lawyers rejected that claim, and used the Leavy selfie as an exhibit in a recent court filing.

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