The firm has a long history and high level of experience in all types of commercial litigation. Such matters involve contract disputes, commercial transations, claims of fraud and corporate malfeasance. Complex litigation involving multiple parties and claims, sometimes resulting in multi-district litigation has been a firm forte for many years. Members of the firm have served as counsel to national and international organizations and companies facing litigation in Florida and as members of steering committees in complex litigation issues. These multi-jurisdictional cases allow the firm to exercise its litigation management skills for the client's benefit.
Attorneys Practicing in this Area
Betensky, Gary S. - Shareholder
Brumbaugh, John M. - Shareholder
Edenfield, Nathaniel M. - Associate
Freire, Leora B. - Shareholder
Garcia-Linares, Manuel A. - Managing Shareholder
Greer, Alan Graham - Shareholder
Keller, Amanda R. - Associate
Myron, Adam M. - Shareholder
Naclerio, Steven - Of Counsel
Napoleone, Michael J. - Shareholder
Ponzoli, Jr., Ronald P. - Shareholder
Richman, Gerald F. - Shareholder
Romance, Mark A. - Shareholder
Sodhi, Eric M. - Shareholder
Spoont, Joshua L. - Shareholder
Thompson, Georgia A. - Associate
White, III., John "Jay" G. - Shareholder
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Plaintiff Sunshine was formed along with its subsidiaries, Sunbelt Airlines, Inc. and Sunbelt Rent-A-Car, Inc., to engage in the passenger airline and automobile rental business (“business”). In order to obtain funds for the business, Plaintiff entered into a Subscription Agreement with Defendant LTS Business Trust (“LTS”) which provided that LTS would purchase 60,000 shares of Series A Preferred Stock at a price of $100 per share, for a total purchase price of $6,000,000, payable in the following manner: $60,000 at closing (July 29, 1993), $1,940,000 on August 6, 1993 and $4,000,000 on September 15, 1993. The last two payments were evidenced by two promissory notes executed on July 29, 1993. On June 26, 1993, Defendant Simpson, on behalf of LTS, signed a letter confirming the terms of the Subscription Agreement. On July 29, 1993, Defendant Jolly, as authorized trustee, signed the Subscription Agreement and two promissory notes on behalf of Defendants Simpson and LTS.
In addition, Defendants Simpson, LTS and Jolly presented a “Trust Receipt” from First National Bank Ltd. to Plaintiff which stated that LTS had deposited in said bank, $25,000,000 in government securities. The “Trust Receipt” was false, as it was never actually funded and was presented allegedly to deceive Plaintiff.
Defended client, L'Ambiance Beach Resort, Ltd., against claims brought by corporation with a contract that permitted it to operate a watersports concession on our client's property when the property was owned by a hotel. Trial court entered final summary judgment in favor of our client.
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