|02/10/2014||Elissa A. Tisdahl and Danielle Bratek were invited to give a second presentation on intellectual property law to the Introduction to Business classes at Barry University|
|12/12/2013||Elissa A. Tisdahl and Danielle Bratek presented to the Kiwanis Club of Fort Lauderdale about business law and intellectual property law|
|11/20/2013||Elissa A. Tisdahl and Danielle Bratek presented at Barry University to the Introduction to Business classes about intellectual property law|
|10/18/2013||Michael L. Feinstein gave a presentation at the 2013 Broward County Bar Association Bench and Bar Convention titled “Consequential Damages, What Are They”|
|10/18/2013||Elissa A. Tisdahl and Danielle Bratek gave a presentation at the 2013 Broward County Bar Association Bench and Bar Convention titled “An IP Tuneup for Business Owners”|
Real Estate Developer Ophir Sternberg has an outstanding judgment against him for $10,000,000.00. He has been contesting the judgment that was awarded to Barouch Saar. Michael L. Feinstein, P.A. represents the judgment creditor in this heated post judgment litigation.
Football players Brandon Marshall and Patrick Surtain are involved in a legal battle over a home in Southwest Ranches, Florida. The Circuit Court of Broward County denied Brandon Marshall’s Motion for Summary Judgment. Michael L. Feinstein is representing Patrick Surtain and his wife in this litigation.
Michael L. Feinstein was interviewed about his knowledge of Venezuelans who come to South Florida to shelter their assets instead of having their businesses taken over by the Venezuelan government.
The four-bedroom three bathroom house located at 6622 Acacia Court was tied up in 22 years of complex litigation. Michael L. Feinstein dedicated thousands of hours to the case over the years and fought for his client Rafael Peña and the house was ultimately sold on November 19, 2013.
|Daily Business Review Article concerning Michael L. Feinsteins representation of Kentwood Preparatory Schools dispute with the Town of Davie in procuring its Occupational License after the Town reversed itself concerning its approval to operate a special needs school after purchasing the property.||Daily Business Review|
|The Eleventh Circuit District Court of Appeals reversed the District Courts Denial of future lost profits in HGI Associates Inc. v. Wetmore Printing Co.Attorney representing Plaintiff, Michael L. Feinstein.||Daily Business Review|