Practice Areas

Practice Areas

Breach of Contract

When two people enter into an agreement and one does not hold up their end of the bargain, this may be the basis for a breach of contract lawsuit.  Breach of contract is a common legal issue for businesses, since businesses have sales, purchase, employment, and other contracts with clients.


Breach of Noncompete

Noncompete and nonsolicitation agreements are very closely related and many employers include one or both in their employment contracts.  A company must be able to give employees, especially top-level employees, access to trade secrets and other information that is confidential.


Trademark Infringement

Businesses work hard to establish their brands and protect themselves by registering a trademark.  If someone else uses a trademark for commercial purposes in a way that would likely cause confusion among consumers, they can be liable to the holder of the trademark for infringement.


Breach of Nonsolicitation

Many modern employment contracts include noncompete and nonsolicitation agreements, as well as provisions against revealing trade secrets or other confidential information.  Unbeknownst to many employees, these provisions in the contract generally survive the term of employment.


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Tortious Interference with Contract

If two parties have a contract and a third party intentionally interferes the contract or in any way intentionally damages business or contractual relationships between the other parties, this can give rise to a cause of action known as tortious interference with a contract



Florida has laws in place to protect consumers.  Florida’s Deceptive or Unfair Trade Practices Act, or, FDUTPA, prohibits “unfair methods of competition, unconscionable acts or practice, and unfair or deceptive acts or practices in the conduct of any trade or commerce.”


Business Litigation

When business disputes arise, it can be necessary to get an attorney experienced in business litigation involved.  Emotions can run high and parties become defensive when accused of wrongdoing.  Getting an experienced attorney involved can be essential in resolving the disputes satisfactorily.



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