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Ayala Obtains Financing for Purchase of New Office Space in Miami
Ayala is extremely happy to announce that it has obtained a loan for the purchase of a commercial property that will house the firm for the upcoming years. The new property will undergo major construction and renovation before it can be ready for moving by early 2020. Attorney Eduardo A. Maura commented on the deal: “the goal is to build 3,000 sq feet of office…Read More
Ayala Files Class Action Against Miami Mall of The Americas’ Owners on Behalf of its Client and Other Similarly Situated Businesses
Ayala filed a Class Action on behalf of its client, and as representative of an entire class of plaintiffs, at the popular Miami Mall of the Americas. The lawsuits names the Mall owners, Sterling Corporation, a conglomerate with dozens of assets nation-wide, and other related defendant, SC-Mota Associates Limited Partnership. The class action alleges that Sterling, once it signed a deal with Costco, it completely…Read More
Ayala’s Lawyer Article on Attorney’s Fees Published on The Daily Business Review
The Daily Business Review, a leading page for legal news in South Florida, published Ayala’s attorney Eduardo A. Maura article about the rules regulating service of proposals for settlement and motion’s for sanctions to seek fees from the other party. The article is titled “Substantial Compliance? Strict Compliance? —How to Tell Opposing Counsel You’ll be Seeking Fees”, is a short version of an article…Read More
Ayala Lawsuit on Behalf of Two Peruvian Companies in the Central District of California Defeats Motion to Dismiss and Advances
On August 28, 2018, the U.S. Central District of California substantially denied the Defendant’s Motion to Dismiss all claims brought on behalf of Ayala’s two Peruvian clients. The lawsuit alleges the “Defendant . . . knowingly or with reckless disregard for the truth shipped Plaintiffs certain seeds, in such deteriorated condition that they caused substantial damages to Plaintiffs’ lands, crops, and clients, virtually destroying their…Read More
Ayala Obtains L-1A Visa Approval for Executive of Hong Kong Based Technology Company Shark Innovations.
Ayala is pleased to announce the approval of the L-1A for owner and executive of U.K. technology company Shark Innovations. An L-1A visa is non-immigrant visa that allows international companies to bring highly skilled executives to its U.S affiliates or subsidiaries to either found or expand its operations in the U.S. In this case, Shark Technologies is expanding its operations in the U.S given the success…Read More
Ayala Lawsuit on Behalf of South American Investor Set for Jury trial in October
By Isabella Espinoza. After two years of contentious litigation, Ayala’s case on behalf of its Venezuelan client is set for jury trial in October-2018. In the case, Ayala’s client claims that the defendant, through lies and deceit, induced him to invest $250,000 on a land under the promise of a phony business enterprise. The defendant has since held the land hostage, and has received extensive…Read More
The Paradigm of a Lawyer, my Mentor, Juan Carlos Gomez, Esq.
By Eduardo A. Maura. Sometimes the people that hate praise the most, are the most deserving of it. That is the case of Juan Carlos Gomez, Esq. Lawyer is an honorable profession. But what is it? What does it mean to be a lawyer? Being a lawyer is, in essence, a bunch of humans that decide they are going to learn monumental amounts of information…Read More
Ayala Files Tortious Interference with Business Relationship Lawsuit Against Wells Fargo
Ayala files lawsuit in Miami Dade County against Wells Fargo for tortious interference with business relationship. Ayala represents a local law firm who had a contract with its client for representation in an insurance claim. The law firm, in good faith, endorsed the insurance proceeds to Wells Fargo under the promise that Wells then would pay the firm. Wells did not pay the law firm,…Read More
Honesty, Work Ethic, and Value.
Because we value honesty and integrity. We don’t take shortcuts. At Ayala, you can be sure that you will always have the most honest legal opinion about your case, even if that means not having you as a client. We will review your record and give you an opinion based on rigorous analysis of the facts and many years of experience helping people and small businesses. Also, we will not sacrifice our integrity even in the face of opposing parties’ questionable ethics. We will take the longer, harder, ethical approach.
Because we take pride in our work ethic and we put it at your service. At Ayala, we strive to create a culture and work environment that minimizes any error based on lack of effort, lack of attention to detail, or lack of work—period. We strongly believe that for what you pay for your case, a strong work ethic and competence are the minimum you should get. At the same time, the combination of hard work and competence is what has historically made us obtain successful results for our clients.
Because we believe we add real value to our cases by either winning them or putting you in the best position to win. While other firms take pride on taking your calls, we take pride in adding real value to your case through hard work and strategic, intelligent approach focused on the end result—not billing. We believe that for the dollars you pay us, we add value to your particular problem. To us, the best customer service is: results.
Finally, we are a law firm of immigrants, and while that alone does not make us better than anyone, our immigration history is in our DNA. The struggles and sacrifices of coming to this country as immigrants, without resources or basic knowledge of the language, have forged our soul and legal character. We put, whatever that has given us in terms of resilience, to work for your case. We strongly support immigrant entrepreneurship and small businesses. We want to be a reliable, accessible and affordable source of legal support for entrepreneurs and immigrants.
Call us for a consultation. Hopefully we can help you.