Business Litigation Attorney in Plantation, Florida
At the offices of Meloro Law, our goal is to meet the legal needs of your business comprehensively, effectively and efficiently; allowing you to focus in what you do best – running your business. Whether your business is named as a defendant in a civil action, or would like to pursue one as a plaintiff, contact us today.
Our Business Litigation Practice Areas
Attorney Bobbi L. Meloro, who has extensive courtroom experience and has served as first and second chair in both state and federal civil trials, and who has more than 17 years of experience in business litigation, handles business litigation cases for the offices of Meloro Law. She will skillfully work with your business to guide you through claims involving:
- Banking issues – Many legal issues and disputes arise in the banking industry, ranging from more everyday matters such as responding to writs of garnishment and subpoenas for records to disputes over depositor’s agreements to more serious claims of check fraud , wire fraud and statutory violations.
- Breach of contract – Businesses deal with contracts on a daily basis, whether it be commercial leases, inventory orders, the provision of services or equipment purchases. A breach occurs when one party fails to meet its responsibilities under a contract.
- Disputes between partners, members and shareholders – Disagreements occur between colleagues about the control or valuation of their company. Various options exist to resolve such disputes, such as negotiating a new business agreement or buy-out. If an amicable resolution cannot be reached, a partner, member or shareholder can seek a court-ordered dissolution.
- Employment issues- Businesses face many employment issues, such as complying with wage and hour laws (such as minimum wage violations, unpaid wages or overtime claims under state laws and the FLSA), enforcing employment contracts and non-compete agreements, defending whistleblower actions and charges of retaliation, harassment or discrimination brought before the EEOC, defending statutory claims involving the ADA, ADEA, FMLA, Pregnancy Discrimination Act, Title VII, and Florida Civil Rights Act; as well as claims arising from the wide-spread use of social media by both employers and employees, such as defamation, monitoring and privacy, background checks, and hiring / firing decisions.
- Business torts – In the business context, tort law includes misconduct such as fraud, defamation, misappropriation of trade secrets, unfair and deceptive trade practices and breaches of fiduciary duty.
Contact Our Business Litigation Attorney in Plantation, Florida Today
Our business litigation attorney in Plantation, Florida can help to protect your business when civil repercussions seem imminent. For a consultation, contact our law offices today online or by calling us directly.