Byrd Campbell in the News

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After the dramatic shutdown of Orlando’s Artegon ‘anti-mall,’ the artists and vendors wonder how it all went wrong

February 24, 2017|Byrd Campbell in the News, News|

After the dramatic shutdown of Orlando’s Artegon 'anti-mall,' the artists and vendors wonder how it all went wrong By Monivette Cordeiro Photo by Chris Tobar Rodriguez Dozens of artists and vendors arrived the morning of [...]

For Love or Money? Byrd Campbell Files Class Action on Behalf of Romance Writers and Publishers Against Online Ebook Distributor

January 16, 2017|Byrd Campbell in the News, News|

The multi-state law firm of BYRD CAMPBELL, P.A., has filed a class action on behalf of romance writers and publishers across the country against romance-specific online book distributor and publisher, All Romance E-Books, [...]

BYRD CAMPBELL, P.A. ADDS NINE LAWYERS, THREE OFFICES

December 6, 2016|Byrd Campbell in the News, News|

Byrd Campbell, P.A., a multi-state business law firm, has experienced explosive growth, recently adding nine lawyers to its litigation, real estate, and corporate practice groups, including: Attorney Specialty Scottie McPherson Litigation Jeff Bahnsen Corporate [...]

Orlando-area developer sues LongHorn Steakhouse parent

August 6, 2016|Byrd Campbell in the News|

A local developer that was a longtime joint-venture partner in three Central Florida LongHorn Steakhouse restaurants is suing the chain’s parent company for alleged breach of contract, according to court documents. Maitland-based Ronical International Trading LLC [...]

Court backs earlier ruling on local luxury real estate exec’s alleged fraud charge

July 7, 2016|Byrd Campbell in the News|

Longtime Orlando luxury homes specialist Roger Soderstrom was unsuccessful at his third attempt to ward off a claim that he allegedly defrauded a real estate investor out of hundreds of thousands of dollars, court documents [...]

Sisters settle bitter lawsuit over 50-year-old La Cantina steakhouse

May 19, 2016|Byrd Campbell in the News|

Three sisters who worked at the same family-owned Orlando steakhouse since they were teenagers recently settled a nasty lawsuit. The lawsuit alleges co-owner Karen Hart cut off her sister's income and ownership rights, and told [...]

Orlando luxury real estate exec takes on new role, battles fraud charges

January 29, 2016|Byrd Campbell in the News|

One of Central Florida’s most well-known names in luxury residential real estate still has a lot on his plate, despite having sold his company recently. Roger Soderstrom — who last October sold Heathrow-based Stirling Sotheby’s [...]

Christian groups duke it out in ‘Mighty Men’ lawsuit

August 26, 2014|Byrd Campbell in the News|

In a battle of the brands, an Orlando Christian organization is suing a Nashville megachurch over the use of the words "Mighty Men." Orlando's Mighty Men of God Inc. contends the World Outreach Church of Murfreesboro [...]

FDIC, investors claim millions in Old Southern Bank deal

August 14, 2014|Byrd Campbell in the News|

Former leaders of Orlando's first bank to fail during the U.S. financial crisis have agreed to a set of multimillion-dollar deals to settle allegations they caused the bank's demise, regulators and lawyers confirmed this week. [...]

Tucker Byrd Represents Omni Healthcare, Doctors in Suit Vs. Health First

October 21, 2013|Byrd Campbell in the News|

A new lawsuit filed against Health First, the company that runs both Holmes Regional Medical Center and Palm Bay Hospital in Brevard County, alleges the company has maintained a monopoly through intimidation of doctors and [...]