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Tag Archives: West Palm Beach Contract Litigation Lawyers

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Florida Appeals Court Rules in Favor of Developer, Against the City of Sarasota

By Michael Pike and Daniel Lustig |

On March 3rd, 2017, Florida’s Second District Court of Appeal ruled in favor of a commercial developer, Buck-Leiter Palm Avenue Development, LLC, and against the City of Sarasota in a complex contract litigation case. Originally, the city was granted summary judgment by a trial court, but the appeals court determined that summary judgement was… Read More »

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Florida Court of Appeal Reverses Entry of Summary Judgment in Contract Dispute

By Michael Pike and Daniel Lustig |

In the case of Sean Lucey and the Lucey Corporation v. 1010 Logic Inc, the Florida Second District Court of Appeal found that the circuit court erroneously entered a finding of summary judgment in favor of the plaintiff. Here, we explore the background of this case and discuss what summary judgment is and why… Read More »

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Florida Administrative Court Rules in Favor of Department of Corrections in Contract Dispute

By Michael Pike and Daniel Lustig |

According to reporting from the Palm Beach Post, a Tallahassee administrative law judge has ruled for the Florida Department of Corrections in a complex case involving a dispute over substance-abuse treatment service contracts. Bridges of America Inc. a private company that operates work release and drug rehabilitation centers in Orlando, brought the claim against… Read More »

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Seminole Tribe Wins Contract Lawsuit Against State Government

By Michael Pike and Daniel Lustig |

Recently, the Sun-Sentinel reported that the Seminole tribe of Florida has prevailed in a contract litigation claim against the state. Specifically, the lawsuit pertained to the legality of offering blackjack and other table games at casinos. As a result of the decision by the federal judge in the case, the Seminole tribe will be… Read More »

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Are Oral Sales Agreements Enforceable?

By Michael Pike and Daniel Lustig |

Oral business agreements can be considered enforceable contracts, but only sometimes. These type of cases are generally fiercely disputed and are often complex. It is always important to make sure that your business rights are protected. Other parties should be held to their contracts, and on the flip side, you should not be held… Read More »

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Contract Review Is Critically Important

By Michael Pike and Daniel Lustig |

A case recently decided by Florida’s Fourth District Court of Appeal highlights the importance of comprehensive contract review. Having a contract reviewed by an attorney will help protect your business from future headaches. If your company is considering entering into a contract, you should contact an experienced West Palm Beach business litigation attorney. The… Read More »

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Implicitly Waiving Contract Rights

By Michael Pike and Daniel Lustig |

American contract law has a complex relationship with formalities, such as signatures and notarization. One the one hand, people use these formalities all the time. When most people think of a contract, they think of a long legal document with a signature page at the end. These formalities are important because they are evidence… 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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