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Tag Archives: West Palm Beach Commercial Litigation Lawyers

Florida Construction Liens: New Verdict Illustrates the Importance of Good Record Keeping and Timely Filing

By Michael Pike and Daniel Lustig |

Recently, the Florida Second District Court of Appeal released a decision in a construction lien case that originated out of a breach of contract dispute. After full payment was not received for work done in relation to a home renovation, a lien was placed against a homeowner’s property. However, a dispute quickly arose over… Read More »

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Did You Provide Labor or Materials for a Construction Project Without Receiving Payment?

By Michael Pike and Daniel Lustig |

You have legal options available. Florida law provides contractors with considerable tools to seek fair compensation for the labor and materials that they have provided to a construction project. While all standard contract rights also still apply, other legal options are available as well. Specifically, you may be able to get a construction lien… Read More »

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Florida Franchisees: What You Need to Know About Royalty Payments

By Michael Pike and Daniel Lustig |

Royalty payments are a very common part of franchise agreements. In fact, most franchise agreements include some type of royalty fee arrangement. These arrangements will generally require the franchisee to pay a percentage of their sales revenue to the franchisor at prearranged intervals. In return the franchisor will generally provide some support to the… Read More »

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Specific Performance and Contract Law

By Michael Pike and Daniel Lustig |

The most common remedy that people receive when suing over a contract are damages, money paid by the defendant in order to compensate them for some harm. However, sometimes that payment is not what people really want. After all, the parties entered into the contract with specific obligations, and sometimes plaintiffs would rather see… Read More »

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Daniel Lustig Named 2015 Rising Star

By Michael Pike and Daniel Lustig |

Pike & Lustig, LLP is pleased to congratulate Daniel Lustig on being awarded Rising Star status by the independent Super Lawyers rating agency. This award is designed to recognize the top 2.5 percent of young attorneys practicing in a state, and it signals an attorney with strong potential and a bright future. Lustig’s Career… Read More »

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Understanding E-Discovery

By Michael Pike |

E-discovery is a recently-coined buzzword in the legal sphere for discovery dealing with electronic documents. While much of the nuts and bolts of e-discovery are handled on the lawyer’s end, savvy clients should also have a basic understanding of the process, so that they can properly vet their potential business litigation attorneys. This type… Read More »

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Shareholder Lawsuits: Direct versus Derivative

By Michael Pike |

One of the most common types of commercial litigation is the shareholder lawsuit. In shareholder lawsuits a shareholder sues either based on a harm that they suffered themselves or based on a harm suffered by the corporation itself, which indirectly hurts them by lowering their investment’s value. The type of harm is important because… Read More »

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