Notable Cases

Below are a few samples of the successful verdicts and outcomes we have achieved. There are many more, but these are provided to illustrate our case experience and abilities. Note that every case and situation is different and your case results could vary. However, we always apply our full effort and resources to achieving the highest and best results for our clients.

  • Foreclosed on a regional shopping center; the former Hollywood Fashion Center, on behalf of the lender. Upon completion of the foreclosure and installation of a receiver, assisted in the winding down of the center and removal of remaining tenants.
  • Represented the seller of a Fort Lauderdale beachfront hotel property with a sales price of $80,000,000.00; and issued the title insurance insuring the same. The sale to a buyer seeking to condominiumize the property further involved the assignment of a lease for an adjacent hotel property. Handled the closing and title insurance issuance for the transaction, which involved a prime and a mezzanine lender to effectuate the transaction.
  • Deeds-in-lieu of foreclosure. Represented an individual who was unable to sell her home and was relocating for a new job out of state. Despite numerous changes in the staffing of the national lender, the client was able to successfully deed the property to the lender, despite water damage to the property, without further liability to the lender. The client was also able to retain a portion of the insurance proceeds paid under the claim.
  • Successfully represented an individual who sought to deed a second home back to the lender after the death of the client’s spouse. The Florida based lender agreed to accept the deed to the property and to release the client from further liability under the loan.
  • Andrew H. Boros, P.A., v. Arnold P. Carter, M.D., P.A., 537 So.2d 1134 (Fla 3d DCA 1989) – Successfully represented client in trial court and on appeal. Client was a medical professional who provided expert services in a personal injury matter. Upon the return of an unfavorable result in the personal injury matter, the attorney hiring the medical professional refused to pay the expert fee, claiming that the expert fee was also contingent. At the trial court and on appeal, I was able to secure a judgment and appellate opinion that the client was entitled to payment for his services from the attorney who hired him for his expertise.

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