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Contract & Business

What is in Twitter’s Lawsuit Against Elon Musk? — We Break it Down for You

On July 12, 2022, Twitter officially filed its lawsuit against Elon Musk in the Court of Chancery of the State of Delaware. The Case number is: 2022-0613. The 62-page long Verified Complaint paints Musk as a reckless, irresponsible person who has casually trashed Twitter seriously affecting its stock price and value. The Complaint also accuses Musk of wanting out of the Twitter deal not because…
Ayala Law P.A.
July 14, 2022
Consumer Protection

A Judgment is Affecting Your Home? — the Importance of Filing a Homestead Affidavit Pursuant to F.S. 222.01.

Sometimes things will happen in life, and a creditor (someone you owe money) will obtain a judgment in court for a dollar amount against you. The creditor will then record the judgment in the county where you reside. If you own real estate in that county, the judgment will attach to the property, and will make it difficult for you to sell that real estate…
Ayala Law P.A.
July 13, 2022
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Legal Reasons Why Elon Musk Wants Out of Twitter Deal: Read To Find Out

In a long July 8, 2022 Letter filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission (You can find the letter here: ), attorneys for Elon Musk explain the reasons they believe Twitter—not Musk—breached the purchase agreement (the “Merger Agreement” in the Letter). The core of the argument points to Section 6.4 of the Merger Agreement which provides that Twitter has to provide to Musk data and…
Ayala Law P.A.
July 11, 2022
Internet Agreements

What is a Clickwrap Agreement and Why You Should be Careful With Them

We live in a world where more and more agreements are executed by click rather than signature, with the two most common internet agreements being browsewrap and clickwrap agreements. We discussed browsewrap agreements in a prior blog regarding forum selection clauses. You can access it here: Article Clickwrap agreements rather, are those in which the user has to click "OK" or "I agree" before using a…
Ayala Law P.A.
July 8, 2022
Towing

Ayala Obtains $10,000 Settlement in Unlawful Towing Case

Ayala is proud to announce that it has obtained a $10,000 settlement in an unlawful towing case. In the case Ayala’s client (the Plaintiff) claimed that he went to visit a friend and parked in a lot without any towing signage warning consumers of potential towing of vehicles. The Plaintiff alleged in the complaint that he parked in a single parking space without interfering with…
Ayala Law P.A.
July 6, 2022
Real Estate

Title Insurance Basics – What Exactly is it, and Why is it Important?

Title insurance, as the name indicates, is insurance to title; to the title of a real estate property, more specifically. Now to first understand “title insurance” we need to understand the concept of “liens” on real property first. A lien is essentially a claim a person (natural or juridical) has against a property because of some unpaid debt to that person by the owner of…
Ayala Law P.A.
July 5, 2022
Contract & Business

What is a Charging Order and How it Can Impact Your Single Member Limited Liability Company

A Charging Order is an Order from a competent court in Florida entitling a Creditor to collect a judgment on the interest of a debtor in a Limited Liability Company (LLC) Imagine you won a lawsuit and have a $200,000 judgment in your hands. Oftentimes, the defendant—the one against whom you prevailed in your lawsuit—won’t just hand you a check or zelle you $200,000 to…
Ayala Law P.A.
June 29, 2022
Immigration Law

Supreme Court Rules That Federal Courts Cannot Review Factual Findings of Immigration Officers

In a 5-4 decision, the US Supreme Court held that federal courts do not have jurisdiction to review factual determinations made during discretionary-relief immigration proceedings under 8. U.S.C §1255 and 8 U.S.C. §1252(a)(2)(B)(i). In the case, Patel, the Petitioner had entered the United States illegally and later applied for residence status. While his petition for a green card was pending, Patel checked a box in…
Ayala Law P.A.
June 28, 2022
Consumer Protection

Ayala Obtains $25,000 Settlement in Illegal Towing Case

Ayala is proud to announce that it has obtained a $25,000 settlement in an unlawful towing case. In the case Ayala’s client claimed that he parked his vehicle in the property where he was a legal resident under a residential lease. While Ayala’s client (the Plaintiff) was unloading groceries—in a matter of a few minutes—the towing company defendant towed the Plaintiff’s vehicle. The Plaintiff alleged…
Ayala Law P.A.
June 27, 2022
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What is Service of Process and Can I Serve by Mail to a Defendant in Canada – Read to Find Out

Service of process (“Service”) is the process by which a party to a lawsuit gives the appropriate notice of initial legal action to another party. Within the United States, Service is usually personal, meaning that the “process server” has to physically deliver the lawsuit to the defendant’s hand. With some exceptions, that is the general rule. When it comes to international cases, Federal Rules of Civil…
Ayala Law P.A.
June 21, 2022