Florida Business Litigation Blog


Collections Law: Necessary Steps To Perfect And Collect The Judgment

Congratulations! The court has ruled in your favor and awarded a favorable judgment. However, there is no contact with the defendant and it’s not clear what assets are in play. Therefore, you need an effective plan on how to aggressively … Read Full Post

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Florida Business Break-up 101: Issues, Mechanisms, Planning, Forcing, Defending and Valuation

A Florida business break-up can be messy. However, it doesn’t have to be that way. Instead, owners of a business who plan ahead with consideration of potential future challenges can help ensure an amicable break-up, free of drama or difficulty. … Read Full Post

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How To Understand Purchase Money Security Interest Or PMSI And Other Categories Of Collateral That Are Excluded From A Collateral Lien

A collateral lien may exclude some categories of collateral. This is of particular concern if a piece of property changes from one category to another. In this video presentation, Charles B. Jimerson and two additional attorneys provide a thorough explanation of purchase … Read Full Post

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Litigation Privilege: It’s Practical History, Development And Application To Litigation In Florida

The litigation privilege is a broad and absolute rule, but easy to misunderstand. Therefore, review of pertinent cases in Florida can provide some clarity on when it protects certain actions. In this video presentation recorded by Adam B. Edgecombe, he … Read Full Post

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Deciding Whether To Sue For Injunction, And What Is The Process To Obtain Injunctive Relief

Suing for an injunction in Florida is all about preserving the status quo. Therefore, it’s important to not consider it a tool for righting a wrong. Rather, it’s about dealing with the future, not something that happened in the past. … Read Full Post

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Federal Miller Act – Staying Claims With Subcontractors Who Have A Payment Bond

Payment claims on federal construction projects often involve bond claims governed by the Miller Act. 40 U.S.C.§ 3131.  General contractors on these construction projects must furnish a payment bond. The bond protects certain persons/entities supplying labor and materials, and carrying … Read Full Post

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Fraudulent Transfer Remedies & Defenses Under FUFTA

There are fraudulent transfer remedies available to creditors, whether their claims are liquidated, mature or immature. But what fraudulent transfer defenses are likely, for debtors or creditors alike? Asset protection professionals involved with estates and trusts grapple with understanding these … Read Full Post

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Recommendations For How To Avoid A Consumer Protection Violation

Many laws have been passed in both the United States and the State of Florida to protect the rights of consumers. As a result, it is incumbent on you to apply policies in your organization to avoid a consumer protection … Read Full Post

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Proceedings Supplementary To Florida Statute 56.29

Changes to supplementary procedures can be slight or dramatic. For Florida Statute 56.29, the redraft of the supplementary procedures fell in the latter camp. In this video presentation recorded by Jimerson & Cobb Partner D. Brad Hughes, there is an … Read Full Post

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Florida Construction Liens: Final Furnishing – Does It Include Change Order Work?

This blog is part of a series covering a critical component of a Florida construction lien—recording the claim of lien within 90 days’ of “final furnishing.”  Failing to record a claim of lien within the 90-day final-furnishing deadline renders the … Read Full Post

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