AV Rated and 2017 Florida Trend’s Legal Elite member, Kevin K. Ross-Andino, Esq., heads our business litigation, business entities and contract law practices. We do our best for our clients and the community because we know that our industry is a vital resource for many. You may consider turning to a lawyer a last resort, but we want to encourage our current and future clients to use us as a necessary tool to avoid certain mistakes that may lead to long and expensive litigation. éclat Law is prepared and has the experience to represent you or your company to get to the results you need. We specialize in work for clients across all industries with respect to disputes including:
- Class Actions
- Product Liability
- Personal Injury and Wrongful
- Employment Litigation
- Complex Litigation
- Breach of Contract/Fiduciary Duty
- Business Torts
- Partnership Disputes
- Bad Faith Litigation
- Insurance Disputes
We have a great respect for the small business, just as much as for the Fortune 500 company. Whether your goal is to get your business to maintain a steady growth rate by avoiding costly litigation or moving to the next level by buying a company, éclat Law will get you there. We understand the importance of success and if you need help starting your business or updating a contract, éclat law is here for you.
Our Litigation Services practice is led by Managing Partner and Founder, Kevin K. Ross-Andino, Esq., and partners Mitchell E. Grodman, Esq. and Jolynn M. Falto-Tomas, Esq. They have represented a wide range of clients, from individuals to multi-billion-dollar corporations.
We aggressively seek litigation solutions, and we have significant expertise in alternative dispute resolution methods such as mediation and arbitration. When trial is called for, we bring exceptional experience and skill to the courtroom, as well as an impressive record of success.
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