Bernhard Law Firm obtains dismissal of indemnification claim against business manager.

Bernhard Law Firm has obtained a dismissal of a common law indemnification claim brought by a corporation against Bernhard Law Firm’s client, the former manager. (Florida Bar disclaimer: results may not be typical. You may not have as beneficial a result). The indemnification claim arose from a lawsuit filed by a marketing corporation company against its business client, and the business manager was brought in through a third-party complaint for indemnification.

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The business manager hired Bernhard Law Firm to vacate a default against the manager, ward off the impending summary judgment, and get the claims dismissed. Bernhard Law Firm already successfully obtained an order vacating the default and halted summary judgment against the manager. At a special set hearing today, the Court dismissed the common law indemnification claim upon Bernhard Law Firm’s motion for mootness.

If you have any questions regarding business disputes between corporations and their management teams, please contact Bernhard Law Firm at abernhard@bernhardlawfirm.com, 786-566-1969, www.bernhardlawfirm.com

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