The Twist and Turns of a…

The Twist and Turns of a Chapter 11 Bankruptcy: How Real Estate Investors Can Be Impacted by a Chapter 11 Filing and How They can Maximize Their Investment If They are Willing to Fight Back

Attorney Iurillo provides an example of how real estate investors can maximize their return on investment even in a tenant's chapter 11 bankruptcy by banding together and using their leverage wisely. Read More
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Can a Piercing the Corporate Veil Claim Provide You with an Alternative Collection Remedy?

When should someone consider filing a piercing the corporate veil claim? Since the results in litigation are uncertain and can be expensive, it is essential that you consider all of your collection alternatives prior to filing any lawsuit. Even if a… Read More
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Categories: Business Litigation

Discovery in a Piercing the Corporate Veil Case, How Hard Is It?

Managing discovery in any case can be time-consuming; however, discovery in a piercing the corporate veil case is especially tedious but essential to proving up or disproving the case.  If a piercing the corporate veil claim survives the initial opp… Read More
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Categories: Business Litigation

Important Limitations on Florida’s Wage Garnishment Exemption for Earnings Received by a Head of Family

Under Florida Statute Section 222.11, wages received by a family’s primary breadwinner, otherwise referred to as a “head of family,” are generally exempt from garnishment or attachment by a judgment creditor, and thus not reachable.… Read More
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Categories: Business Litigation

5 Mediation Tips from the Client’s Perspective

Mediation is a valuable part of the litigation process that provides parties with the opportunity to resolve a case without going to trial. However, like trial, mediation requires preparation on the part of both the lawyer and the client in order to… Read More
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Categories: Business Litigation

What! A Judgment Creditor Can Collect How Long?

A common question that we hear from clients is how long can a judgment creditor attempt to collect on a judgment? Fla. Stat. 95.11(1) sets forth that the statute of limitations for a creditor to enforce a judgment in its favor is 20 years. Fla. Stat.… Read More
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Categories: Business Litigation

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