Tucker Ronzetti

Kozyak Tropin and Throckmorton Law Firm
Lawyer (Partner)

Tucker Ronzetti is a shareholder and head of the firm’s commercial and complex litigation department. He has handled numerous trials and appeals in both state and federal court. Tucker’s practice at the firm focuses on complex commercial litigation, financial fraud, antitrust and class actions, and he handles some of the firm’s largest litigation matters. He has particular expertise in filing claims involving financial institutions, accounting firms, and others for participation in Ponzi schemes and similar investor fraud. Prior to joining the firm, Tucker was an Assistant County Attorney for Miami-Dade County, where he litigated and tried a variety of commercial, labor, civil rights, and other cases, and handled numerous appeals. While attending the University of Miami School of Law, Tucker served as editor-in-chief of the University of Miami Law Review. Tucker has served as an adjunct professor for the University of Miami School of Law since 1992.

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Holland & Knight (Miami)


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Jordan Dresnick, T. Tucker Ronzetti The US Supreme Court overrules prohibition against vertical agreements between manufacturers and their dealers setting minimum resale prices as a per se violation (Leegin Creative)


Vertical Price Agreements in the Wake of Leegin v. PSKS: Where Do We Stand Now?* I. INTRODUCTORY REMARKS For nearly a century, agreements between retailers and suppliers stipulating a minimum retail price were considered per se violations of the Sherman Act. Resale price maintenance (“RPM”) (...)

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