The Florida Supreme Court ruled on November 19, 2009, that lawyers can no longer provide information about prior results on the lawyer’s web page.
Accordingly, we have removed our past results from our web page and only indicate the type of cases handled. For additional case examples visit our blog…
… In Business Law
Mr. C was residing in the Dominican Republic and wished to set up a corporation in Florida. We created a holding company for him, along with two other companies. We also worked with our local bank to open three bank accounts, which allowed for business operations within the United States.
Clients wanted to set up a corporation and also have a contract between their Corporation and foreign companies for investments. We drafted a Mutual Nondisclosure Agreement for both parties to sign along with the Articles of Incorporation. Clients were successful in receiving a foreign company to sign with them.
Client L wanted to purchase a business property; however, it was blocked by a franchise agreement. We were successful thorough our negotiations with the franchisor to forever release and render immune the franchise agreement attached to the property, and were able to get the client the business property he wanted.
…In Real Estate
Mr. X, a resident of Florida, desired to buy a property adjacent to his house to expand his garden. We ensured that all documents submitted were without error and made sure the seller was the legal owner of the property. We continued to assist him through the closing process through the last signature.
Mr. Z lives in France and has purchased two condos in Florida. He had issues with the people responsible for the administrative monitoring of the property, and he also found the bills were too loaded in subject. He came to us for verification. We found other people to monitor the property, and we undertook an administrative trial against the parties who had committed a breach of trust.
Mr. W, an inhabitant of Luxembourg, is on vacation in Miami and wanted to buy a condo that was not yet completed, but seemed to be offered at an unbeatable price. He asked us to check the condition and value of the property. We hired an expert to verify the building condition and conduct an independent financial appraisal. Our conclusion was that the purchase price was not as good of a value as it seemed. We informed the client of this, and then we let him decide if he still wanted to continue with the purchase.
Clients G was being sued upon by the holder of the mortgage and note on the property. We were able to negotiate a settlement with the mortgagee to settle and sell the property free and clear to the Client.
Client V could not afford his monthly mortgage payments, and the bank was ready to foreclose on his house. We negotiated with the bank, and they agreed to proceed with Deed in Lieu proceedings with the option of short sale if an offer was given.
Mr. T, Italian, came several times to Florida in relation to his professional activity. He wished to obtain a visa to live here full time. We made arrangements with the various U.S. agencies for him to apply for an investor visa.
Mr. Z worked in France in a company that wished to transfer him to their U.S. subsidiary to work full time. We took the necessary steps with the USCIS so he could obtain his work visa.
Client C wanted to come to Florida and start a business. We set up Client C with an E-2 visa for his business. We then successfully trademarked Client C’s business name and logo with the United States Trademark Office and the Florida Trademark office.
…In Civil Litigation
Client S was deceived and lied to in regards to purchasing Client S’s home. We drafted discovery and gathered witnesses to find justice for our client. We were successful in obtaining Client S a settlement from the parties involved.
… In Intellectual Property
Client T wanted to set up a service tour and then trademark his logo. We first set up Clients Corporation and then he began his service tour, we then collected and drafted all materials necessary to file a U.S. Trademark and Florida Trademark. We were successful by getting Clients logo trademarked both under the U.S and Florida Trademark division.
… In Debt Recovery
Company Y of Fort Lauderdale has sold and shipped T-shirts to a clothing store in Paris. Repeated requests for payment of the bill remained unanswered. The company appealed to us to get their due. We appealed to our representative in Paris to check if the store still existed. Since this was the case, we required payment of the debt.