This month Bernhard Law Firm filed lawsuits in Miami for misappropriation of intellectual property at Penn State University, fraudulent theft of tons of glass from Turkey, declaratory judgment for Venezuelan ownership of million-dollar Sabadell bank accounts in Miami, and breach of a private equity employee’s separation agreement to pay FINRA broker-dealer registration costs. If you have questions about filing a lawsuit in a business or financial dispute, please contact Bernhard Law Firm at www.bernhardlawfirm.com, 786-871-3349, firstname.lastname@example.org.
As garnered from the publicly filed pleadings in each case, they lawsuits allege as follows:
In Miami-Dade Circuit case no. 19-009033 CA, Bernhard Law Firm’s client seeks to domesticate a Brazilian estate distribution decree and obtain declaratory judgment and quiet title as to the certain Banco Sabadell Miami bank accounts valued at over a million dollars.
In Miami-Dade Circuit case no. 19-006848 CA, Bernhard Law Firm’s client seeks damages for a former employee’s breach of their separation agreement, with liquidated damages of $626,827.31 in costs associated with FINRA broker-dealer registration and third-party contract negotiations.
In Miami-Dade Circuit case no. 19-006752 CA, Bernhard Law Firm’s client seeks injunctive relief and damages against a Miami glass distributor for its fraudulent theft of $372,523.98 in glass from the Turkish producer. Bernhard Law Firm requests return of remaining glass and damages for the remainder converted.
In Miami-Dade Circuit case no. 19-009127 CA, Bernhard Law Firm’s client seeks damages against a Penn State professor for breach of a workforce development agreement and assignment of intellectual property rights, after the employee failed to turn over and protect all intellectual property belonging to the client. The breaches cost Bernhard Law Firm’s client a minimum of $350,728.54 in liquidated lost investment, for which it requests the Court to enter judgment.