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Business, Commercial and General Civil Litigation

Our Tampa business attorneys, Tampa contract lawyers, Tampa lease lawyers, Tampa real estate attorneys and Tampa eviction attorneys have extensive experience in representing both plaintiffs and defendants in a variety of general civil and business/commercial litigation matters including without limitation the following types of cases:

Breach of Contract Cases

If you or your company is involved in a contractual dispute with one or more parties that failed to abide by the terms of an agreement or with a person or entity that is not acting in accordance with the terms of a contract, one of our Tampa business attorneys or Tampa contract lawyers can litigate your case and represent you in attempting to enforce the terms of the contract.

Shareholder, Partner and Co-Owner Disputes

Our Tampa business attorneys and Tampa contract lawyers are oftentimes asked to represent a party that is engaged in a business dispute with one or more of its partners, co-owners or fellow shareholders.  Oftentimes, the ability of a business to generate profit depends on the ability of the co-owners to cooperate, compromise and ultimately work together for the common good of the enterprise.

Evictions (Landlord / Tenant Disputes)

Our Tampa real estate attorneys, Tampa eviction attorneys and Tampa lease lawyers specifically represent only landlords in eviction cases.  Chapter 83 of the Florida Statutes governs landlord / tenant disputes for residential and commercial tenants.  Our Tampa real estate attorneys, Tampa lease lawyers, and Tampa eviction attorneys indicate that a strong lease is the best weapon for a landlord seeking to evict a tenant.  And, eviction cases don't have to be just for the non-payment of rent.

Restrictive Covenant and Tortious Interference Cases

Nothing can be more damaging to a business than a former employee that fails to abide by the terms of its employment agreement with respect to restrictive covenants, non-competition, non-solicitation, non-disclosure and confidentiality provisions.  If your business is losing customers, clients or revenue (or is threatened with the loss of customers, clients or revenue), it's likely advantageous to have one of  our Tampa business attorneys or Tampa contract lawyers take legal action against your former employee.

General Real Estate Litigation

Oftentimes, disputes arise where real estate or real property is the subject of the dispute.  Whether it is a dispute between neighbors over the location of a boundary line or easement, a dispute over restrictions in a deed or declaration, a lien priority or title related issue, a dispute with a real estate broker over the payment of a commission, the need for a partition action, zoning or land use disputes, or a simple breach of a real estate purchase and sale contract, one of our Tampa real estate attorneys, Tampa business attorneys or Tampa contract lawyers can assist you in this type of litigation.  

Construction Litigation and Lien Related Suits

Our Tampa business attorneys, Tampa contract lawyers and Tampa real estate attorneys are sometimes engaged to handle breach of construction contracts, design flaws, mechanic's lien and materialmen's lien and lien foreclosure cases governed by the Florida Statutes, as well as disputes concerning the scope of services of or lack of quality workmanship by contractors and subcontractors.  The lien procedures set forth in the Florida Statutes can be confusing to the layperson.

Real Estate Foreclosure and Asset Seizure Cases

Our Tampa real estate attorneys, Tampa eviction attorneys, Tampa business attorneys and Tampa contract lawyers are also asked to represent banks and commercial lenders in the foreclosure of commercial real estate.  Because of the economic environment in the commercial real estate market over the last few years, thousands of owners of commercial office buildings, restaurants, stand alone facilities, strip malls and shopping centers have found themselves unable to pay the amounts due on their mortgages.

If you are in need of a Tampa business attorney, Tampa contract lawyer, Tampa eviction attorney or Tampa real estate attorney to review, negotiate or prepare your contract or handle your business, real estate or commercial transaction, please feel free to contact us at any time.

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