As discussed in the link for Complex Civil Litigation – General, any time you are faced with a business dispute that requires a civil litigation lawyer with specialization, you should examine that lawyer’s past experience in handling those types of cases and his or her specific credentials as reflected by peer review and the Florida Bar Association.
Lindell Farson & Zebouni, P.A.’s senior partner J. Michael Lindell has achieved recognition by the Florida Bar Association as a Board Certified Civil Trial Lawyer and Business Litigator. The Florida Bar Association is the governing body for all civil litigation attorneys in Jacksonville FL . To achieve board certification by the Florida Bar, one must have already demonstrated competency in handling numerous civil disputes and business disputes in a manner that demonstrates proficiency and professionalism. Mr. Lindell has been Board Certified in Civil Trial Law continuously since 1985. He has also been Board Certified in Business Litigation Law continuously since 1996. Every five years Mr. Lindell has been required to demonstrate his continued proficiency in both areas and satisfy the Florida Bar that based on peer review and the outcome of cases actually handled he is deserving of this continued recognition.
As reflected by its representative cases, Lindell & Farson, P.A. has handled a broad range of complex business litigation matters in the past. These cases have included prosecution and defense of shareholder claims alleging breaches of fiduciary duty, fraudulent representations in connection with the purchase or sale of a business, lender liability suits where lenders have breached their lending obligations, unfair competition claims, and general breach of contract disputes.
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If you are involved with a complex business litigation dispute, you should contact the experienced and trusted attorneys in Jacksonville FL at Lindell Farson & Zebouni, P.A. today to schedule a confidential consultation and discuss the best next step for your case.