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Ayala Obtains Confidential Settlement for Its Client In Contentious Dispute Against Major Health Care Organization

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After nearly three years of contentious litigation, Ayala obtains a confidential settlement for its client, a local Miami medical center. As reflected in public filings, both parties aggressively litigated the case almost to the eve of trial. “It was a very difficult case. We faced very talented counsel from one of the top firms in the world. In the end, we managed to develop a…

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Ayala Files Lawsuit Against Financial Advisor and His Company for Negligent Investment and Breach of Fiduciary Duties

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  Ayala filed a lawsuit against GTA advisors and its owner (“Defendants”), alleging that Defendants were negligent in the management and investment of its client’s funds. Ayala’s client main owner, Mr. Ubieto, was 75 years old at the time he started investing with the Defendants. Mr. Ubieto, from Guatemala, had a history of choosing extremely conservative investments, as part or most of the funds where…

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Common Types of Terms that Create Contract Disputes and How to Address Them

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Contracts can be complicated. In your typical business relationship there is, at the inception, a sense of trust, camaraderie, or even friendship, that leads the parties to agree to just the very basic terms of the contract, leaving the specifics for later, or signing them out of a pre-written form. Here are some of the most typical issues we’ve encountered: 1. Unknowingly waiving jury trial….

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The Daily Business Review Interviews Ayala’s Attorney on His Path to Becoming a Commercial Litigator.

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The Daily Business Review interviewed attorney Eduardo A. Maura, and wrote an article about his life story. In the article, Maura described his struggles in leaving a strict conservative religious group where he was a part of for 8 years, and how that led to his pursuit for a better life in the United States as an immigrant. The article also described how Maura went…

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Diario Legal Hispano LexLatin Publica Articulo de Opinion de Abogado del Estudio Ayala Sobre el Sistema Legal Americano

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El diario legal hispano Lexlatin.com tuvo la gentileza de publicar el articulo de el abogado Eduardo A. Maura acerca de la fortaleza del sistema legal Estadounidense en el contexto politico actual. En el articulo, el abogado Maura enfatiza como el sistema judicial americano funciona como una suerte de salva guarda que mantiene chequeado a las otras ramas del gobierno. El articulo se puede encontrar en…

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The Daily Business Review Discussed Jury Verdict Ayala Obtained in Favor of Its Client in Real Estate Case

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The Daily Business Review discussed Ayala’s Jury Trial win for its client. The lawsuit alleged that Ayala’s client, the buyer of a warehouse in Miami, interfered in the relationship between the Plaintiff/Realtor and the Seller, not present in the case. After prior attempts to get the case dismissed for failure to join the party who actually had to pay the real estate commission, the Seller,…

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Ayala Obtains Jury Verdict in Favor of Its Client in Tortious Interference with Contract Rights Lawsuit

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Today, May 14, 2019, a Miami Dade Jury entered a verdict in favor of Ayala’s client ruling that its client did not tortuously interfered with the business relationship of the Plaintiff (a realtor) and the Seller of a warehouse property in Miami (the “Property”). The lawsuit alleged that Ayala’s client, the buyer of the Property, interfere in the relationship between the Plaintiff/Realtor and the Seller,…

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

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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’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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