Commercial Dispute Resolution in Courts Throughout Florida
At Powell, Carney, Maller, P.A., our litigators mean business. We represent business clients that face real estate, construction and other commercial disputes in state and federal trial and appellate courts throughout Florida. Our St. Petersburg lawyers understand the way businesses work, the issues at stake when problems arise and whether settlement or trial is the best way to resolve them. When you turn to us for help, we put you at the center of our litigation strategy and every action we recommend is constructed with your business objectives in mind.
Integrating real estate knowledge and trial skill
With our integrated real estate and trial skills we can address the unique and complex problems that often arise when real property is developed, purchased, sold, mortgaged, inherited, insured or encumbered — whether for business or individual property owners. Powell, Carney, Maller, P.A. litigators handle:
- Commercial real estate claims, including breach of real estate sales contracts, title insurance claims, lease disputes, boundary disputes and disputes over realtor and brokers commissions.
- Financing controversies involving commercial and real property loans, lender liability claims, claims for usury and other violations of laws regulating lending, foreclosures, evictions and deficiency actions.
Large and small landowners, ranging from individual homeowners to commercial developers, ask our help to resolve land development disputes. We also advise sellers and purchasers of real property who must prosecute or defend against claims involving breach of contract, fraud, misrepresentation and unfair or deceptive trade practices.
Resolving commercial contract disputes
In addition to contract-related real estate disputes, we advise many other companies when controversies arise over interpretation of terms in purchase and sale contracts and related warranties. Whether the issue is inaccurate disclosure of financial information, negotiation of terms in bad faith, or allegations of anti-competitive conduct, you'll get the full range of remedies available — from resolution under the Florida Uniform Commercial Code statutes Chapter 671 to pursuit of tort claims through litigation.
Taking the next step
Commercial litigates a fact of business life. When they arise, call (727) 898-9011 or contact our law firm online to learn how we can be of service to you.