Broward Business Attorney
Broward Business Attorneys are dedicated to representing business and individuals in transactions and litigation. The firm’s practice has covered numerous areas of law on varying scales of size and complexity. Each representation is personalized to the client’s needs and circumstances. The firm represents clients locally, nationally and on international basis. We represent plaintiffs and defendants in a variety of matters, including shareholder and derivative actions in corporate disputes; partnership and limited liability company disputes; trade secret claims; non-compete agreements; breach of contract; fraudulent transactions; involving the sale of businesses and commercial real estate; breaches of fiduciary duty; commercial landlord/tenant disputes; investor disputes; Board of Directors, intellectual property (IP) contracts and disputes; employment disputes; interference with business relationship claims; and other commercial tort claims such as conversion, civil theft, and deceptive and unfair trade practices.
Broward Commercial & Corporate Attorneys. We have experience in trying jury and non-jury cases and arguing appeals in both State and Federal courts, as well as prosecuting and defending injunction and receivership hearings. We also have experience in Alternative Dispute Resolution, including mediation, AAA Arbitration and private arbitration.
BROWARD CONTRACT ATTORNEYS
Broward Business Attorneys also represents individuals and businesses in drafting, reviewing, negotiating and litigating contracts and covenants, including investments; employment agreements; non-compete agreements; leases; promissory notes; license agreements; shareholder, partnership, and LLC operating agreements; purchase and sale contracts for real estate and businesses and software licensing.
FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT AND EMPLOYEE CLAIM ATTORNEYS
As Broward Business Attorneys, we regularly act as Fair Labor Standards Act Attorneys, as we have the ability to help employers be proactive in trying to avoid becoming entangled in lawsuits, or minimize the risk of serious disruption of business if litigation is filed. We do so by drafting employer policies and procedures and employee handbooks; providing employer education and support; drafting non-compete and confidentiality/non-disclosure agreements; defending unemployment claims, EEOC complaints and FLSA claims.