Bernhard Law Firm Gets $2.2 Million Judgment Vacated on Constitutional Due Process Grounds

This week, Bernhard Law Firm obtained a court order vacating a $2.2 million final judgment in Miami, by raising constitutional concerns with the procedure leading up to the judgment. (Florida Bar disclaimer: results may not be typical. You may not have as beneficial a result).… Read More Bernhard Law Firm Gets $2.2 Million Judgment Vacated on Constitutional Due Process Grounds

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SERVING A SUMMONS AT CORPORATE DEPOSITION – MORE TROUBLE THAN IT’S WORTH?

Under well-settled Florida law, a corporate officer has immunity from service of process while attending corporate deposition, even where the officer is a non-served individual defendant in the same case.… Read More SERVING A SUMMONS AT CORPORATE DEPOSITION – MORE TROUBLE THAN IT’S WORTH?

Florida Supreme Court quotes attorney Andrew Bernhard in answering banking “question of great public importance”

Yesterday in Bartram v. U.S. Bank National Association, the Florida Supreme Court repeatedly quoted Miami attorney Andrew Bernhard in answering “a question of great public importance” in the banking and lending sector.… Read More Florida Supreme Court quotes attorney Andrew Bernhard in answering banking “question of great public importance”