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Tag Archives: West Palm Beach Commercial Litigation Attorney

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Miami Beach Restaurant and Construction Firm Locked in Legal Dispute

By Michael Pike and Daniel Lustig |

According to reporting from The Real Deal, CBMIA, a company that is planning on opening up a new restaurant in Miami Beach, has filed a breach of contract lawsuit against its construction firm, U.S. Construction Corp. (USCC). In response, USCC has filed a countersuit that also alleges breach of contract. CBMIA blames USCC for… Read More »

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Florida Commercial Contract Disputes: What’s Actually in the Contract?

By Michael Pike and Daniel Lustig |

In today’s world, business moves quickly. Often, the realities of the market require companies to enter into commercial transaction without ever sitting down and drafting a contract. In many cases, the two companies will send each other form contracts and simply move forward with the transaction. On the one hand, this is good as… Read More »

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Home-Remodeling Contractors Need Legal Protection

By Michael Pike and Daniel Lustig |

Home-remodeling projects are on the rise. According to reporting from the National Association of Realtors (NAR), an estimated $300 billion will be spent on home improvements in the year 2016 alone. Not only would this be the 5th straight year of rising home improvement expenditures, but it would also be a new record, passing… Read More »

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Professional Boxer Ordered to Pay Former Associate Damages for Unjust Enrichment

By Michael Pike and Daniel Lustig |

According to reporting from USA Today, a Florida jury has ordered world champion boxer Canelo Alvarez to pay his promoter damages in relation to a business contract dispute. The court found that compensation was entitled on the basis of unjust enrichment. If you have any questions about unjust enrichment, or breach of contract claims… Read More »

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Defending a Trade Secret Misappropriation Allegation

By Michael Pike and Daniel Lustig |

Trade secret misappropriation can lead to very serious consequences. Your company might face a misappropriation claim for many reasons, from the careless actions of a single employee to a good faith misunderstanding or even simply because another business is taking illegitimate legal action. If you, or your company, has been accused of trade secret… Read More »

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Florida Business Litigation: Lost Profits as Damages

By Michael Pike and Daniel Lustig |

A breach of contract, or any other type of business tort, can cause serious damage to a company. The affected business may not be able to operate at full capacity, or at all, for an extended period of time due to the bad actions of another party. In Florida, companies are entitled to recover… Read More »

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Miami Marlins Involved in a Legal Dispute with Stadium Vendors

By Michael Pike and Daniel Lustig |

According to reporting from the Miami New Times, the Marlins, Miami’s professional baseball franchise, have had a hard time attracting fans this season. The poor attendance has led to conflict with some season ticket holders as well as some stadium vendors. Two vendors allege, in separate court cases, that their businesses have been harmed… Read More »

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Make Sure Your Business Contracts Are Enforceable

By Michael Pike and Daniel Lustig |

When entering into a business deal, you need to know whether or not your agreement will be enforceable under Florida law. Believe it or not, some mutually agreed upon contracts are not valid under the law. If you are entering into a major business agreement, it is best to hire an experienced West Palm… Read More »

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What You Need to Know About Electronically Stored Information (ESI)

By Michael Pike and Daniel Lustig |

Most important business information is now stored on a computer hard drive or on the internet. As a natural result, discovery in commercial litigation cases is increasingly centered around electronically stored information (ESI). For both plaintiffs and defendants, discovery is the foundation of effective litigation. If you are involved in a commercial dispute, you… Read More »

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How Contract Review Can help Avoid Future Disputes

By Michael Pike and Daniel Lustig |

Entering into contracts with other individuals or organizations is an essential aspect of conducting business, regardless of the industry in which a particular company operates. After all, the very act of agreeing to perform a service or provide goods in exchange for some type of compensation is a contract, even if the agreement is… Read More »

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