Vivera Pharmaceuticals, Inc. announces the re-filing of its defamation lawsuit against USA Today and parent companies Gannett Co., Inc. and Gannett Satellite Information Network, LLC ("Gannett"). Vivera is represented by leading law firm Byrd Campbell, P.A., and former US Congressman Alan Grayson.
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Byrd Campbell served as legal counsel for an ownership group (Fontana Ventures, LLC) which has acquired the rights to operate the iconic Fontana Village Resort located in the Smoky Mountains of western North Carolina.
A lawsuit was filed on Oct. 28 in Seminole County's 18h Judicial Circuit by five current and former employees of Del-Air Heating, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Inc. — just days before the Nov. 2 sale of the Sanford-based company to New York-based Astara Capital Partners. The complaint filed by the employees [...]
Sanford-based Del-Air Heating & Air Conditioning has been sold. The well-known local company, which dates back to 1983 and has grown to more than 600 employees, was bought by New York-based Astara Capital Partners. Byrd Campbell, P.A. and Charlotte-based firm Robinson Bradshaw assisted in the closing.
The law firm of Byrd Campbell throughout 2022 has continued to attract many superb lawyers to the firm. With a mix of top-notch litigators and real estate attorneys, the firm aggressively has hired 11 lawyers to keep pace with the client demands across its major practice groups.
Byrd Campbell, P.A., has filed a lawsuit on behalf of Matt DiFebo, the former CEO of Havana Sun, alleging he was cut out of the business by Ron Rice, founder of Hawaiian Tropic, along with several business associates.
Byrd Campbell, P.A., has filed multiple lawsuits on behalf of Georgia developer, Fourth Watch Acquisitions, over breaches of contract to acquire property to build a 2000-room hotel and a one million square foot snow dome and thrill seeker’s entertainment complex.
Vivera Pharmaceuticals, Inc. today announced the appointment of leading corporate law firm, Byrd Campbell, P.A., to represent the Company in its defamation lawsuit against USA Today and its parent companies, Gannett Co., Inc. and Gannett Satellite Information Network, LLC ("Gannett").
Byrd Campbell, long a champion of clients victimized by investment programs, has filed a lawsuit claiming its clients have suffered millions of dollars in damages as a result of a botched economic visa investment.
A libel lawsuit against Health First Inc. by three prominent local businessmen will go forward and could be headed for a jury trial next year after Circuit Court Judge Curt Jacobus Tuesday denied motions by the health care provider to dismiss the case.
Byrd Campbell client Villa Enterprises, an operator of concessions at Orlando International Airport, has filed a lawsuit in Orlando federal court against its insurance company, claiming losses from the COVID-19 pandemic should be covered in a case that could resonate throughout the business world.
To deflect blame in the ongoing legal battle between Disney and Validus Construction Services over the renovation of Disney World's Saratoga Springs Resort, Disney has filed a countersuit in Orange County Circuit Court.