1351. Law Office of David Steinfeld, P.L. How does a Florida business lawsuit work In this video Florida Bar Board Certified expert business lawyer David Steinfeld explains the three basic parts of a business lawsuit and what happens in each. Mr. Steinfeld addresses how your business can save money and make the dispute more cost effective.
Business lawsuits start with the pleadings phase where the parties file documents with the court. The second phase is discovery where the parties exchange and obtain information through depositions, document, and information requests. The third phase is the resolution either by a trial, mediation, settlement, summary judgment, or arbitration.
1352. Law Office of David Steinfeld, P.L. What are the three types of businesses recognized in Florida In this video Florida Bar Board Certified expert business lawyer David Steinfeld identifies the three types of businesses you can use. Those are the limited liability company or LLC, the corporation denoted by Inc., and the partnership with its various permutations like the limited partnership and limited liability limited partnership. Mr. Steinfeld discusses the structure and benefits of each and how they operate in practical application.
1353. Law Office of David Steinfeld, P.L. How can my business reduce eDiscovery costs Board Certified expert business lawyer David Steinfeld tells you what your business can do now to save money and avoid liability later in electronic discovery.
He discusses how business disputes commonly develop and where in that process can a business take steps that will later save it money in e-Discovery should it become involved in a dispute either directly or even as a third-party.
1355. Law Office of David Steinfeld, P.L. How to remove a lis pendens in Florida Documents filed in lawsuits reside in the Clerk of Court’s records. Title to real property lives in the public or official records of a county in Florida. A lis pendens links the two document repositories.
The lis pendens is a document that gets filed in a lawsuit and is recorded in the public records to tell those searching the title to a property that there is a lawsuit concerning that property. It is said to create a cloud on the title to the real property. Section 48.23 of the Florida Statutes and cases interpreting that Statute control lis pendens and their removal.
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1361. Law Office of David Steinfeld, P.L. How to prepare for a remote video deposition The coronavirus pandemic has impacted our legal system at all levels. One significant change has been the move from in-person depositions and hearings to those conducted by remote video. While attorneys, judges, and litigants can debate whether this change is positive or negative, it has taken place. This piece draws from experiences gained during the pandemic to better prepare you for an appearance by remote video at either a deposition, hearing, or both.
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1365. Law Office of David Steinfeld, P.L. Can your business benefit from a non-compete or NDA Businesses need to protect themselves. One of the easiest methods is through documents by which another party agrees not to improperly use or take information or personnel from the business to compete against it. These documents are non-compete or non-competition agreements, non-solicitation agreements, and non-disclosure agreements.
While these documents may not stop someone from stealing information or persuading key employees to leave, they do place the business in a position to more easily enforce its rights and protect itself. However because they limits free trade there are restrictions that apply to some of those documents therefore they must be prepared by competent counsel to avoid making the situation worse.
1366. Law Office of David Steinfeld, P.L. How to register your foreign business to do business in Florida A foreign or non-Florida businesses is one that is registered in another State or Country. Florida encourages and provides an easy means for those foreign businesses to register to conduct business legally in Florida.
If you want to do business in Florida, you can form a business here or if you already have an out of state business or one in another country, you can continue to use that business entity and legally conduct business in Florida.
1367. Law Office of David Steinfeld, P.L. Due diligence in commercial real estate transactions Caveat emptor or buyer beware applies to commercial real estate purchases in Florida. This is primarily true because the nature of the transaction is drastically different as compared to residential purchases. Thus due diligence in such transactions is of critical importance.
1368. Law Office of David Steinfeld, P.L. Seller failed to disclose defects in the house you bought Sellers of residential real estate in Florida are legally required to disclose material defects they actually know about that are not readily observable to a buyer. This article will address what to do when you discover that the seller failed to disclose a material defect in the house you just bought.
1369. Law Office of David Steinfeld, P.L. Anatomy of a Business Lawsuit - Resolution Phase Parts 1 and 2 of this article analyzed the pleadings and discovery phases of a business lawsuit in Florida. This part will address the third phase of a Florida business dispute, which is the conclusion or resolution in some form or another.
To review, the pleadings phase is basically where the parties put their cards on the table so to speak and define what their issues are about. The discovery phase is where the parties exchange and obtain information and take depositions to verify their claims and tell the other what their claims are based upon.
Most commonly the third or conclusion phase is thought of as the trial, but before that can occur the parties must mediate and that can lead to a settlement.
1370. Law Office of David Steinfeld, P.L. Anatomy of a Business Dispute - Discovery Phase In Part 1 of this Article we looked at the first or Pleadings Phase of a business lawsuit in Florida. This part will examine the second or Discovery Phase. In the discovery phase the parties try to verify what they think they know and learn information of which they were unaware. They do this with the other party or parties in the lawsuit and with parties outside the lawsuit known as third-parties.
This exchange of information in discovery can be done through depositions or through certain pleadings also called paper discovery. Those include interrogatories, requests to produce, and requests for admissions. The Rules of Procedure that govern civil lawsuits in Florida and past cases or precedent that have interpreted those Rules provide for and limit this discovery.
1371. Law Office of David Steinfeld, P.L. Anatomy of a Business Dispute - Pleadings Phase Lawsuits are our society’s mechanism for resolving disputes between businesses that they are unable to resolve on their own. What happens is a business lawsuit is something every business owner should be acquainted with because they take a good deal of time and money.
This article will explain the three phases of a business lawsuit, the pleadings, discovery, and resolution phases, and define the components of each phase. This first part will cover the pleadings phase.
1373. Law Office of David Steinfeld, P.L. Planning for a business transition Business transition planning is preparing for the handover by sale, but-out, or take-over following the demise of the owner. This is accomplished through corporate governance documents like an operating agreement or partnership agreement.
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1379. Law Office of David Steinfeld, P.L. Expert Florida business lawyer David Steinfeld's background David Steinfeld is a Board Certified Expert in Business Litigation
Attorney David Steinfeld is the owner and founder of the Law Office of David Steinfeld and is a board certified expert in business litigation by the Florida Bar. Of the more than 100,000 attorneys licensed in Florida, only about 250 are board certified in business litigation. Board certification means an attorney has been evaluated for professionalism, and tested for expertise. To become board certified, Mr. Steinfeld had to successfully complete a certain number of judge and jury trials to demonstrate his competency. He also had to pass a rigorous and thorough examination on business law and was peer reviewed by local Judges and lawyers. Every five years Mr. Steinfeld has been re-certified by documenting the required number of qualifying trials and by being reviewed by Judges and lawyers.
1380. Law Office of David Steinfeld, P.L. Awards and recognitions bestowed on expert business lawyer David Steinfeld Board Certified in Business Litigation: Only those Florida attorneys who are substantially involved in a certain number of bench and jury trials, pass a thorough and rigorous exam in business litigation, and are approved by Judges and local lawyers can earn the right to call themselves Specialists or Experts in this area of the law. David Steinfeld was appointed by the President of the Florida Bar to the Committee that oversees and grants such certifications in this area. Dave was initially Certified in 2010 and re-certified in 2015. In 2015, the President of the Florida Bar appointed him Vice-Chair of the Committee and for 2016-17 the President of the Florida Bar elevated him to the position of Chair of the Committee.