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.
Byrd Campbell, a leading-edge law firm representing businesses, announces another bold move in naming new leaders of its flagship litigation and real estate practice groups. Scottie McPherson, who for 10 years served as Tucker Byrd’s chief deputy litigator, takes over to lead the litigation practice group, and Robin Uricchio now brings her decades of experience to take the helm of our national real estate practice group.
The Florida Supreme Court in a recent Opinion ended the disparate rendering of summary judgment rulings between the Florida federal and state courts by officially adopting the more liberal federal summary judgment standard. The amendment will take effect on May 21, 2021, aligning Florida with 37 other states which have adopted a similar federally consistent rule.
No, I am not talking about Ghostbusters! I am talking about the recent amendment to Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 30(b)(6) which imposes a new “meet-and-confer” requirement on parties concerning depositions of “organizations.”
Byrd Campbell filed a libel lawsuit on behalf of Orange County Property Appraiser, Rick Singh, against a political PAC called “Florida Public Corruption Task Force,” alleging the PAC engaged in a smear campaign to ruin the political, professional, and personal reputation of Mr. Singh.
Unique among legal systems, the American legal system, for example, allows attorneys to undertake representation on a “contingency fee” basis, a fee structure abhorrent to some legal systems which believe such fee structures promote unjustified litigation.
More than ever before, lawyers are threatening opposing lawyers with personal legal sanctions, accusing them of bringing or maintaining so-called “frivolous” claims or defenses.
Byrd Campbell represents contractor Validus Construction Services in major legal battle with Disney over Disney World's Saratoga Springs Resort & Spa