Business Litigation

The attorneys at Gerstin & Associates have the knowledge and experience to represent business clients in today’s technological and competitive marketplace.  In-house corporate counsel, entrepreneurs, business start-ups and well established businesses choose our Boca Raton law firm because we fully understand the effect litigation has on a business and we are committed to each client’s litigation objectives.

Gerstin & Associates represents clients in all types of commercial litigation in Florida’s state and federal courts such as:

  • Partnership and shareholder derivative actions
  • Purchase and sale agreements
  • Domain name disputes
  • Internet/web related causes of actions (TOS violations, fraud, intellectual property, etc.)
  • Injunctions
  • Violation or enforcement of restrictive covenants and non-compete agreements
  • Contract litigation
  • Commercial real estate litigation
  • Fraud
  • Breach of contract
  • Insurance coverage disputes
  • Construction defects

We focus on our client’s litigation needs and objectives so our clients’ can focus on their businesses.  Feel free to contact our office to discuss your businesses litigation needs.


Put your mind at ease by contacting us now for a free consultation
Gerstin & Associates
40 SE 5th St., Suite 610
Boca Raton, FL 33432
Email: gerstin@gmail.com
Telephone: (561) 750-3456
Facsimile: (561) 750-8185


 

Recent Business Litigation Articles

 

  • It Has Begun, 2017 Florida Condominium Association Legislation - It’s only the beginning, Florida’s 2017 Pending Condominium Association Legislation -By Joshua Gerstin, Esq. Recently, Florida’s House and Senate passed a bill drastically changing the laws related to condominiums. Considering the public landscape of the various issues the bill addresses, it is unlikely Governor Rick Scott will veto the bill.   Therefore, condominium associations should begin […]
  • The Carpet Does Not Legally Have to Match the Drapes, Florida Condominium Insurance - According to Richard Bennett of JDsupra.com, late last week a federal court in Florida tossed a condominium association’s claims that it was entitled to replace undamaged hallway carpeting, wallpaper, baseboards, and woodwork in order to “achieve aesthetic uniformity” with similar hallway components replaced after water damage.  In Great Amer. Ins. Co. v. Towers of Quayside […]
  • Looming ADA Rules Could Affect Millions of Websites - As many small business property owners will attest, the ADA is a brutal and often times unfair law. Property owners that do not comply with the ADA are not entitled to any advanced notice prior to being sued.  Although important to promote access for the disabled, often times the ADA is exploited by a person […]
  • U.S. Supreme Court Bankruptcy Ruling Will Help Florida Community Associations - In Bankruptcy, community association liens are often times "stripped off" if the home is worth less than the amount of the mortgages that are securing it.
  • New Proposed Federal Regulation: Amateur Radio Antennas & Towers Must Be Allowed in Your Community Association - Presently pending in the United States Congress, H.R. 1301 is a bill proposed to protect the installation and use of amateur radio antennas and towers in community associations.  According to the bill, “[t]here is a strong Federal interest in the effective performance of amateur radio stations established at the residences of licensees”.  In regard to […]