Mark NeJame 2018 - 2020 News

Sanctum Cafe co-owner says she’s divorcing husband, as harassment accusers hire attorney NeJame
Facing a firestorm of sexual harassment allegations against her husband and business partner, the co-owner of the Sanctum Cafe and two other area restaurants said Fridayshe’s filing for divorce...

Val Demings’ Orlando police career could hurt — or help — her chances to become Joe Biden’s running mate
“Val Demings’ meteoric rise from the Orlando Police Department to the halls of Congress and a starring role in the impeachment of President Donald Trump has reportedly landed her on the shortlist of contenders to join former Vice President Joe Biden atop the Democratic ticket this fall.."

Hurricane Dorian: Donation drive happening this weekend in Central Florida (With Video)
“If you'd like to help with recovery efforts in the Bahamas, there are a few donation drives happening this weekend. Fox 35's partners at Johnny's House and XL 106.7 are collecting donations on New Broad Street in Baldwin Park in Orlando..."

Uber makes checking rider’s age a driver’s job. After 12-year-old girl’s suicide, some don’t want that responsibility
“I was surprised at how easily I got into the Uber,” 12-year-old Benita Diamond typed as she rode in the backseat of a Toyota Camry headed to downtown Orlando in the early morning Jan. 10. “Minors aren’t allowed to ride in Uber by themselves,” she wrote on her mother’s phone, which she had used to secretly..."

Family demands ride-share changes after girl’s downtown Orlando suicide: ’Uber took my daughter past the point of no return’
Ronald Diamond reached up and clutched the pink stone hanging on a black cord around his neck as his daughter’s mother spoke at a press conference Thursday afternoon.  Inside the stone, and a blue one the girl’s mother wore, were the ashes of their 12-year-old daughter, Benita “BB” Diamond...

Patriots' owner Robert Kraft has assembled a legal dream team to handle his misdemeanor sex solicitation case; can they save him?
New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft is bringing hired guns to a courtroom knife fight. Kraft is facing two misdemeanor counts of soliciting prostitution for allegedly visiting the Orchids of Asia Day Spa in Jupiter, Florida on two occasions in January and paying for sexual favors from the massage parlor’s staff...

Diamond and ruby tiara, in memory of nephew, becomes a fundraising jewel (With Video)
Angelo Ballestero Jr. had the kind of wild red hair that made you notice him across a room. He had a sweet smile and quirky sense of humor, and even when the Eustis boy developed bone cancer at age 13 — undergoing long rounds of chemotherapy and the partial amputation of his left leg — he had a composure and faith that the adults in his life could only envy....

Pediatric cancer patient to crown homecoming queen with $200K diamond tiara: Proceeds to Benefit Runway to Hope
Lake Highland Preparatory School's homecoming queen is set to be crowned with a tiara that is worth $200,000 and has an even greater sentimental value. The Hope Tiara, as it is known, has been used to raise money for Orlando pediatric cancer charity Runway to Hope. A pediatric cancer patient sponsored by the organization will be the one...

Mark NeJame selected to national list of 100 influential attorneys
Attorney Mark NeJame has been recognized and published in The Influencers: Law, special section list of 100 attorneys who are having an impact on business and legal matters, nationally. Produced by The Business Journals, this list spotlights 100 attorneys who are having an impact on business and legal matters in communities across the nation....

Florida's new law targeting mug shot websites takes effect soon, but may be hard to enforce.
When a quick Google search can quash one’s hope of obtaining a job or apartment, a new law is designed to help those who have been arrested but not convicted of a crime. The law, which takes effect July 1, bars websites from demanding a fee in exchange for removing an arrest mug shot.