Switch to ADA Accessible Theme
Close Menu
West Palm Beach Business & Personal Injury Attorney
Turn to us for your legal needs. 561-291-8298

Category Archives: Business Litigation

Bank4

When is a Transfer of Property, Assets, or Money Considered Fraudulent?

By Michael Pike and Daniel Lustig |

If you are worried about getting sued, or a lawsuit is going to be filed against you, you may be thinking ahead to how or what you can do with your assets, to avoid having your property or money taken to satisfy any judgment that could be entered against you. Conversely, you may be… Read More »

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn
BusContract

Can An “As Is” Clause Protect Your Business? Maybe

By Michael Pike and Daniel Lustig |

The two words “as is,” seem to be popular with anybody selling a product, item or service. They seemingly insulate the seller from any liability, putting the entire onus of any defects or problems on the buyer or purchaser. However, there are limits to how far an “As Is” clause can protect your business,… Read More »

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn
RE4

Tenancies by the Entireties – A Strong Protection from Collections Actions

By Michael Pike and Daniel Lustig |

One of the most powerful exemptions to collection, and thus, a powerful exemption from creditors, is known as the tenancies by the entireties (TBE). Whether TBE is a good or bad thing probably depends on whether you are the business or person collecting, or the one being collected against. Either way, it can be… Read More »

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn
BusDispute2

Are You Ready for A Business Breakup?

By Michael Pike and Daniel Lustig |

Breaking up is hard to do. That’s a famous saying, usually applicable to personal relationships. But it can be even more accurate when it comes to the breakup of a business. A business breakup can lead to lawsuits, litigation, and potentially even the dissolution of the business. Planning Ahead One of the best ways… Read More »

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn
Invest2

Due on Sale Clauses Can Cause Problems for Investors

By Michael Pike and Daniel Lustig |

If you buy investment property, or property that is foreclosed on, you can get some great deals, and property that provides you continuing income. Of course, if you do not understand how to look for good property, or the legal effects of loan documents, you can also end up with a big problem on… Read More »

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn
Business2

What is a Receiver and When is A Receiver Appointed?

By Michael Pike and Daniel Lustig |

If you are in a business dispute, especially a dispute where fraud may be involved, you can expect to have to file a motion to appoint a receiver, or to have a motion filed against you by the other side, asking the court to appoint a receiver. But what is a receiver? A receiver… Read More »

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn
BusPlan

South Florida Theater Company Files Class Action Business Interruption Lawsuit

By Michael Pike and Daniel Lustig |

According to a report from Law 360, the owners of the iconic Miracle Theatre in Coral Gables, FL have filed a class action lawsuit over the denial of its business interruption claim. SCOR SE, a global reinsurance giant, refused to cover the company’s losses and expenses related to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Below, our… Read More »

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn
Bankr20

As NBA Teams Gather in Florida, the Rockets Have Filed a Business Interruption Lawsuit

By Michael Pike and Daniel Lustig |

After the COVID-19 pandemic hit, the National Basketball Association (NBA) paused the season for more than four months. In the next few weeks, the league is set to resume play in Central Florida. Known as the ‘Quarantine Bubble’, 22 of the NBA’s teams will be playing at the Disney complex in Orlando. At least… Read More »

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn
Business5

Creditors Can Get an LLC Member’s Payments Through a Charging Order

By Michael Pike and Daniel Lustig |

If you are sued by a creditor and the creditor gets a judgement against you, you probably know that the creditor, in trying to satisfy the judgment can try to get some of your assets. When you think of the things a creditor can reach, you probably think of personal property, bank accounts or… Read More »

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn
BusLaw3

Protecting Business Secrets: What Kind of Agreements do You Need

By Michael Pike and Daniel Lustig |

If your business wants to protect its policies, procedures, or special methods, you may have given thought to having some type of agreement that allows you to sue if someone who works for you decides to disseminate your company’s private, proprietary information. But there are so many different kinds of business contracts that protect… Read More »

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn
Segment Pixel