Top Orlando Business & Commercial Lawyers - Florida

For more than two decades, The Mavrick Law Firm has been providing legal services for businesses and entrepreneurs in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. The firm defends businesses and entrepreneurs in labor and employment disputes, non-competition covenant litigation, handles various other litigation for businesses, offers counsel and guidance in real property disputes, and navigates clients through...

Serving Your Legal Needs You should not have to find a different law firm every time you have a legal need. You should have one trusted firm you can rely upon for all of your needs, where you are known by name and that can provide the quality legal representation you require. At Korshak & Associates, P.A., we strive to be that firm for each of our valued clients. With more than 40 years of...

Located in Orlando, Florida, Torres Alvarado PA is the law firm you can count on to give you the personal attention you need and deserve. We take on a wide range of cases and represent a variety of clients.  Our firm's attorney, Natly Torres-Alvarado, has built her reputation on the handling of complex business and commercial law cases. However, our law firm's focus goes beyond business...

Worman & Sheffler, P.A., is centrally located with our offices in Winter Park, Florida (Orlando metropolitan area) which allows us to serve clients throughout the state of Florida. From our offices located at I-4 and Fairbanks Avenue in Winter Park, we frequently travel throughout the state of Florida for depositions, mediation conferences, court hearings and trials, as well as to visit...

At the law firm of Parker & Associates, P.A., we are passionate about aiding the people of Orlando, Florida, and handling all their legal needs related to business litigation, foreclosure defense, insurance law, contracts and commercial law. We are thorough, professional and have more than 25 years of experience handling complex and contentious disputes and situations while protecting the...

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