Business Dispute Counselling
Businesses often find themselves in disputes with a supplier, vendor or customer. Business owners and professional partnerships can have disagreements with each other, eventually leading to polarization and dissolution. Current and former employees and employers may have questions or disputes arising out of non-compete, non-solicitation or confidentiality agreements.
David Lichter builds on his experience in over 1,500 mediations and arbitrations and over 30 years of litigation involving a wide variety of business disputes to find creative, effective solutions to business disputes. Read More
We view our role in business and commercial litigation as legal partners to and problem solvers for our clients. Lichter Law Firm takes a team approach to litigation. Together with clients we plan legal strategies balancing creative legal options with practical concerns to determine how to help your company prevail in the prosecution or defense of business disputes. Our goal is for the team to create a strategy to “win” each litigation for you and to execute the agreed upon strategy. Read More
David Lichter anchors the firm's alternative dispute resolution services. Mr. Lichter has mediated and arbitrated more than 1,500 matters pre-suit, pending in state and federal district and bankruptcy courts, the American Arbitration Association and before the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority. Mr. Lichter regularly travels throughout Florida, around the country and has traveled to Puerto Rico and the Bahamas to mediate and arbitrate matters.
Dispute resolution services include: mediation and arbitration; special master/special investigator; private judging and early neutral evaluation. Read More
Wage & Hour
David Lichter runs the firm’s employment/wage & hour law practice. He has extensive experience litigating and mediating matters involving restrictive covenants, covenants not to compete, confidentiality, sale of a business under Sections 542.33 and 542.335 of the Florida statutes, collective actions and wage and hour matters and theft or misappropriation of trade secrets under Section 688 of the Florida statutes, including injunctive relief. Read More