Miami Business Litigation Law Firm
The attorneys at Pollack, Pollack & Kogan, LLC (“PPK Firm”) are dedicated to providing quality legal advice and representation, guided by principles of honesty, integrity, and professionalism. Our broad legal knowledge enables us to assist clients in the fields of complex business and commercial litigation, probate litigation, judgment and debt collection, and a variety of other practice areas. We rely on our extensive experience to counsel clients on all aspects of their case and to evaluate the most practical and financially advantageous approach. Clients appreciate our reliable and personal service, our attention to detail, and our ability to efficiently navigate through the legal process and the Court system.
For professional and effective representation, call our office today to schedule a consultation with one of our attorneys to discuss how Pollack, Pollack & Kogan, LLC can be of service to you!
- Contractual Disputes and Breach of Contract Litigation
- Sales and Commercial Law
- Corporate and Partnership Law
- Shareholder Disputes in Closely Held Corporations, Partnerships, and LLCs
- Breach of Fiduciary Duty and Mismanagement
- International Transactions and Shipment of Goods
- Securities Arbitration
- Collection of Unpaid Wages and Unpaid Overtime Wages
- All Other Business Disputes
- Will Contests, Will Disputes, and Defense of Wills
- Challenging a Will for Undue Influence or Lack of Capacity
- Claims against Estates and Defense of Frivolous Claims
- Probate Fraud
- Bank Account Litigation and Collection of Pay on Death and Joint Accounts
- Breach of Fiduciary Duty by Personal Representative
- Removal of Personal Representative or Trustee
- Failure to Pay Beneficiaries or Make Distributions
- Trust Contests and Defense of Trusts
- Guardianship Litigation and Disputes
- Fraudulent Transactions
- Fraudulent Inducement
- Deceptive and Unfair Trade Practices Litigation
- Litigation for Breach of Non-Compete Contracts
- Defense for Employees Sued for Breach of Non-Compete Contracts
- Assistance for Businesses Drafting Noncompetition Contracts
- Collection of Judgments
- Collection of Attorneyâs Fees for Other Law Firms
- Domestication and Collection of Judgments from Other States
- Proceedings Supplementary and Claims Against Persons Hiding Assets
- Fraudulent Transfer Litigation
- Fraudulent Land Deals
- Landlord-Tenant Law and Evictions
- Breach of Lease and Defense of Breach of Lease
- Commercial Lease Drafting
- Foreclosure Defense
- Trademarks, Trade Dress, and Service Marks
- Licensing Agreements
- Trade Secret Protection and Litigation
- Cybersquatting and Internet Litigation
- Injunctive Relief, Including Emergency Injunctions
- Injunctions Against Repeat or Domestic Violence (Restraining Orders)
- Setting Aside or Vacating Judgments
- Abuse of Process and Malicious Prosecution Claims for Frivolous and Bad Faith Lawsuits
- Declaratory Judgment
- Formation of Limited Liability Companies and Corporations
- Drafting of Operating Agreements and Shareholder Agreements
- Shareholder Disputes and Derivative Suits
- Employment and Management Agreements
- Contract Drafting and Negotiations
- Local Counsel in both State and Federal Court
- References Available Upon Request
- Arbitration and Negotiation of Outstanding Attorney’s Fees
- Legal Ethics Dilemmas and Florida Bar Complaint Defense
- Arbitration Counsel
- Pre-suit Mediation
- Appellate Counsel for Civil Litigation and Business Matters
- Drafting of Appellate Briefs
- Oral Argument of Civil Appeals
Meet the Partners
Gary W. Pollack is the Senior Litigation Partner and Managing Member of Pollack, Pollack & Kogan, LLC.View Attorney Profile
Brett “Bretton” I. Pollack is a member of the Florida Bar, the New York Bar, and the Dade County Bar Association.View Attorney Profile
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Frequently Asked Questions
Starting your own business is an important decision. One of the first things you must decide is what type of business organization you want to create and operate. When determining what business entity is right for you, you will need to consider, among other things, how many owners the company will have, how the owners intend to finance the business, the tax consequences, the disbursement of losses, limited liability concerns, and whether there exist any regulatory rules governing the particular business. Answers to the above will help you determine whether your business should be a sole proprietorship, a partnership, a limited partnership, a limited liability company, or a corporation (or a variation of). Depending on the business entity, you will have to file certain forms with the Florida Department of State, registering your business and its owners. Pollack, Pollack & Kogan, LLC, a business litigation firm, can assist you in determining what business organization is right for you, as well as assist you in filing the necessary paperwork with the Florida Department of State.
*The hiring of a lawyer is an important decision that should not be based solely upon advertisements. This web site is designed for general informational purposes only. The information presented at this site should not be construed to be formal legal advice nor the formation of a lawyer/client relationship.
An injunction is a procedural tool, governed by Rule 1.610 of the Florida Rules of Civil Procedure, which is used to ask the Civil Court for immediate (temporary or permanent) relief. Temporary Injunctions can take effect before the final determination of a case. Injunctions are a type of Court Order which directs someone to do or not to do something in order to prevent future harm. Because injunctive relief is considered an “extraordinary remedy,“ the person asking for this relief must show, among other requirements, that he/she is likely to succeed in the underlying case and that severe harm will occur if the injunction is not granted. In certain emergency circumstances, where there is an immediate threat of severe harm, an injunction can even be granted against someone without prior notice to that person, or a hearing before the judge. The person asking for an injunction is required to post a bond in an amount determined by the Court. Practicing in the field of commercial litigation, and business and contractual disputes, Pollack, Pollack & Kogan, LLC has experience in both obtaining injunctions to prevent future harm, and defending against improper injunctions that have been filed in violation of Rule 1.610.
*The hiring of a lawyer is an important decision that should not be based solely upon advertisements. This web site is designed for general informational purposes only. The information presented at this site should not be construed to be formal legal advice nor the formation of a lawyer/client relationship. Many claims have time limitations, so you should pursue your rights in a timely manner.