When you are embroiled in a dispute headed for litigation, having skilled and experienced litigators looking out for you can mean the difference between a favorable result and a disaster.
Whether through negotiation, alternative dispute resolution, or litigation to verdict, the business litigation lawyers at Caserta & Spiriti will do everything possible to protect your rights and interests and advocate for you.
The Law Firm of Caserta & Spiriti
Personal, Business, Family & Real Estate Law Seminars
In order to help those who are affected by our current economic climate, our Firm is offering to provide a FREE 1 hour seminar designed to provide helpful information and resources in the areas of Personal Finance, Business, Family and Real Estate Law.
Foreclosure / Short Sale: by Joseph Spiriti, Jr.
Joe will discuss the 3 Stages of Foreclosure: Pre Foreclosure, The Foreclosure, Post Foreclosure, Why it’s a Win for a Lender to do a Short Sale, Why its a Win for a Buyer to buy a Short Sale, Why its a Win for a real estate agent to work on Short Sale, and understanding and how to handle a short sale.
Entrepreneurship: by Joseph Spiriti, Jr.
This will cover business permits and licenses, contracts, trademark and copyright research and registration, determining the appropriate form of business entity, and assistance with other legal issues involving small businesses.
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Call 305-463-8808 for more info on our Free Seminars
Joseph A. Spiriti Jr., represents clients in general business matters, with specialized experience in contract negotiation, debt collection, business infrastructure and transactions, real estate, and entertainment transactions and litigation.More Information About Your Attorney
David T. Caserta represents clients in general business matters, which include, but are not limited to, contract negotiation, business infra-structure and transactions, real estate.More Information About Your Attorney
Robert L. Mellinger, has over 33 years of experience as an attorney, having been admitted to practice law in California, New York, Pennsylvania and Florida as well as several U.S. Federal Jurisdictions, including the Supreme Court of the United States of America.More Information About Your Attorney