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Ayala Files Unlawful Towing And Civil Theft Action Against Towing Company That Sold His Client’s Vehicle

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Ayala filed a lawsuit in the 17th Judicial Court in Broward County on behalf of its client, a resident at Sea Air Towers Condominium Association (Sea Air), whose vehicle was towed (and later sold) by AAAA Cross Town Towing & Recovery, Inc. (Cross Town). In the lawsuit, Ayala’s client allege that at all times he was a lawful resident of Sea Air and authorized to…

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Ayala Files Lawsuit Against Former Partner of its Marine Insurance and Reinsurance Client

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Ayala filed a lawsuit in the Miami Dade Circuit Court on Behalf of its client, Names– a prestigious international marine reinsurance brokerage firm with offices in Miami, Madrid and London. The lawsuit alleges that a former partner of Names violated its duties to the company when he, without notice and from one day to the next, destroyed all records of the company computer assigned to…

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Ayala Law Firm Celebrates Six Year Anniversary — Statement From Attorney Eduardo Ayala Maura

By | Blog, Business, Class Action, Immigration Law, lawyer, Litigation, News & Announcements, Real Estate, Trial, Visa | No Comments

Six years ago today, I started this journey called Ayala law firm from my one bedroom studio in Le Jeune road, Miami. Without money, without office, without much knowledge, without mentors or sponsors. Just a computer and a printer. Six years later, we are solid firm. We go against the top firms and lawyers in the world. We litigate class actions and complex commercial matters….

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Ayala files Class Action Against American Towing Inc., for Violation of Statutes Regulating Towing Practices 

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The lawsuit initially filed because of the defendant’s improper towing of Ayala’s client vehicle, was recently amended to include a class action complaint. On January 18, 2019, Honorable County Judge Christian DiRaimondo granted leave to amend the complaint which will now be transferred to the Circuit Court. In the class action Complaint, the putative class alleges that American’s practice of forcing vehicle owners to sign…

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Ayala’s Client Case Against Simply Healthcare Plans Inc., Set For Jury Trial in August 2019

By | Blog, Breach of Contract, Business, Civil Actions, Civil Procedure, Contract, Fraud, Litigation, News & Announcements, Trial | No Comments

After nearly two years of contentious litigation, Ayala’s case on behalf of its client, a Miami Medical Center, is set for jury trial in August 2019. In the case, Ayala’s client claims that the defendant, wrongfully terminated its contract with it, under bogus allegations of violations of the law, in an effort to transfer Ayala’s client’s patients to other friend-centers of (or in association with)…

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Ayala Files Breach of Contract Action on Behalf of Its Client Against Miami Condominium Association.

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Ayala filed a breach of contract action against a Miami Condominium Association. Ayala’s client, a Miami contractor, had entered into a one year agreement to perform diverse services for the Association. In what’s not (unfortunately) unusual in condo associations behavior, the association disregarded Ayala client’s contract once there was a change in the board of directors, to favor contractors that are friendlier to the new…

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Ayala Obtains E-2 Visa Approval for Executive of International Reinsurance Brokerage Firm with Offices in Miami

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Ayala is pleased to announce that it obtained an E-2 visa approved for an executive and shareholder of Atlantic Insurance & Reinsurance Brokers (Atlantic); a multinational reinsurance company that specializes in marine insurance. Atlantic has been operating in Miami since 2013, and has offices in London and Madrid.  For more information about Atlantic visit https://www.atlanticinsbrokers.com/en/ For more information about our business immigration practice visit www.lawayala.com…

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Attorney Luis Quesada Joins Ayala Commercial Litigation Practice.

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Ayala is proud to announce that Luis Quesada Esq., has joined the firm and will work in our ever growing commercial litigation practice.Luis is a UM alumni. He was born in Santa Clara, Cuba. In 2008 he immigrated to the United States in pursuit of a better future. Luis has always been an avid student of history, religion, and foreign languages. In 2014 he graduated…

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Ayala Obtains 179k judgement in Civil Theft Lawsuit in Broward County-Florida.

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Ayala obtained a $179,636 judgement in a lawsuit filed in Circuit Court in Broward County Florida, against a so called real estate “investment advisor” who defrauded Ayala’s Client. The lawsuit alleged that “[Defendants] . . . held themselves out to be experienced real estate investors and investment advisers able to purchase foreclosures properties at auction, and sell them at large profits.” Under the guise of…

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Ownership? Control? When Asset Protection Gets in the Way of Your L1-A Visa

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By: Eduardo A. Maura Download > Every business owner wants to protect their assets. No one wants their assets jeopardized by lawsuits, judgments, the IRS, or liens of any kind. High net-worth individuals usually go to great lengths to achieve that. They hire the most creative lawyers, who in turn, create a complicated corporate structure that sometimes alienates sister companies so much, that they become stranger…

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