ORLANDO BUSINESS LITIGATION ATTORNEYS – 954-332-2380

The firm routinely represents clients in the greater Orlando area. We have extensive experience litigating a wide range of complex business disputes, including cases related to:

• Non-Compete Agreements
• Theft of Trade Secrets
• Trademark Infringement
• Deceptive Trade Practices
• Unfair Competition
• False Advertising
• Deceptive Trade Practices
• Antitrust

We are licensed in all Florida state and federal courts, including the United States District Courts for the Southern, Middle and Northern Districts of Florida and the United States Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit. Our attorneys have litigated complex commercial disputes through trial to jury verdict and prosecuted appeals in state and federal appellate courts. Representative matters include:

• Representing medical supply company in non-compete litigation.
• Representing prominent wine and spirits in non-compete litigation.
• Prosecuting negligence against escrow agent in connection with failed $7 million loan transaction.
• Representing investor who lost $3 million in fraudulent real estate development scheme.
• Representing restaurant owner in defending against commercial eviction and breach of contract claims.
• Representing an intellectual property holding company in a lawsuit for misappropriation of ideas.
• Representing a Delaware-based media company and its principals in trade secrets litigation.

Orlando Florida – Ninth Judicial Circuit Court of Florida

Orlando falls within the jurisdiction of the Ninth Judicial Circuit Court of Florida, which covers Orange and Osceola Counties. The Ninth Judicial Circuit has two main courthouses: One in Orlando and one in Kissimmee. Many business disputes are litigated in the Circuit Court. However, in cases involving complex issues related to non-compete agreements, trade secrets, trademarks, antitrust or intellectual property, it is often beneficial for litigants to seek a transfer to the Complex Business Court.

Ninth Judicial Circuit – Complex Business Court

The Ninth Judicial Circuit is one of a handful of circuits throughout the state of Florida that has a special court within dedicated to complex business litigation. The Business Court offers litigants a number of benefits and functions more along the lines of federal court. The Business Court has standardized procedures, judges who are experienced in deciding complex commercial cases and a higher degree of consistency with respect to rulings. Any party facing the prospect of litigating a complex case in Orlando state court should immediately consider a transfer to the Business Court.

Orlando Federal Court – Middle District of Florida

Federal cases in the greater Orlando area are litigated in the United States District Court for the Middle District of Florida – Orlando Division. We are admitted in the Middle District and routinely represent clients throughout the Middle District. Our lawyers often find creative ways to secure federal jurisdiction for a case, given certain advantages to litigating complex matters in federal vs. state courts.

State Court Appeals – Florida Fifth District Court of Appeals

Appeals from either the Circuit Court or the Business Court in Orlando are filed in Florida’s Fifth District Court of Appeals. Our attorneys have experience prosecuting appeals in Florida appellate courts and presently have appeals pending in the 5th DCA.

Federal Court Appeals – United States Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit

Appeals from the United States District Court for the Middle District of Florida are filed in the United States Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit. We are admitted in the Eleventh Circuit and can handle cases from inception to trial and – if necessary – to appeal.

Experienced Business Litigation Attorneys

If you need an Orlando business litigation attorney, contact our offices today at 954-332-2380 to discuss your case.

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