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Class ActionsUncategorized

Ayala Files Class Action Lawsuit Against BPR Inc. (BPR), the Manufacturer of the Popular Sea-Doo Jet-Skis

In the lawsuit, the Plaintiff alleges that “he accelerated the Sea-Doo to a speed of around 95 km/h (≈ 59 mph). At some point shortly after reaching this speed, the Sea-Doo ejected from the vessel in what seemed like an explosion. lost consciousness and had to be rescued from the river by bystanders.” From the accident he “suffered a strong impact on his chest, causing…
Ayala Law P.A.
June 17, 2022
Real EstateUncategorized

Can you Agree to Purchase Real Estate Via an Email or a Text Message? Read to Find Out

For most people, Real Estate transactions are usually a life changing event. Because of the importance of these transactions, most states have what are called “statutes of fraud” (SOF). A SOF is a rule that states that certain transactions—like the purchase and sale of land—will not be enforceable if they are not in writing and signed by the party against whom enforcement is sought. (In…
Ayala Law P.A.
June 17, 2022

Ayala Represents Ukrainian Nationals in Their Asylum Application.

Ayala is proud to announce that it is representing two female Ukrainian nationals in their petition for Asylum in the United States. The clients, in their mid-twenties, had left Kyiv for a pre-planned vacation to Mexico. In the middle of their trip, they learned of the Russian invasion and the Russian regime’s plan to overtake their home town of Kyiv. Shortly thereafter, all flights to…
Ayala Law P.A.
May 20, 2022

Can a Corporation or an LLC Represent itself in Litigation in Court? – Read to Find Out.

Whether a corporation or LLC can represent itself depends on the type of court the dispute is in. In Florida there are two types of trial courts. The Circuit Courts and the County Courts. County Courts at the same time have two different divisions: the regular County Court and the Small Claims Courts division. Circuit Courts have jurisdiction over disputes involving more than $30,000 in…
Ayala Law P.A.
May 13, 2022
Consumer ProtectionUncategorized

Do you have bad online reviews for your business? — What You Need to Know

Do you have bad reviews online for your business? Is it one review? Maybe two? Every business will likely have at least one bad review in its lifetime. But if you have too many bad reviews, you may be subject to an investigation for violating the Florida Deceptive and Unfair Trading Practices Act (FDUPTA). A person could be subject to an investigation by the state’s…
Ayala Law P.A.
March 2, 2022

Ayala is Proud to Announce that Sophie Polenghi has Joined the Ayala Team as Marketing Director

Ayala is proud to announce that Sophie Polenghi has joined the firm as its Marketing Director. Sophie was born and raised in Miami. She is half Cuban and half Swiss. Sophie attended high school at the Carrollton School of the Sacred Heart. In May of 2021, Sophie graduated from the University of Miami; her areas of study are Marketing, Advertising, and Political Science. Sophie leads all…
Ayala Law P.A.
October 14, 2021
Civil LitigationUncategorized

Ayala Defective Seeds, Products Liability Case Headed to a Jury trial Starting June 18th

Ayala’s case where its client claim that they were sold defective seeds is headed to a jury trial starting on June 18, 2021, in the U.S. Central District of California. The three-and-a-half-year dispute consists of two Peruvian growers who allege that they were sold defective seeds from the defendant which ruined their crops, land, and drastically damaged their businesses and relationships with their customers. The…
Ayala Law P.A.
June 10, 2021
Civil ActionsCivil LitigationUncategorized

The Miami Herald Reported on Ayala’s Lawsuit Against DHS, ICE and Akima Global Services, in Which Ayala’s Client Alleges Violations of Disability Laws

The case was filed in the U.S. Southern District of Florida on October 29, 2020. As stated by article “the 6-foot, 2 inch, 250-pound immigration detainee told the judge he was consistently “dragged” off his wheelchair and carried onto a non-wheelchair accessible vehicle by three Immigration and Customs Enforcement guards. His arms and sides bore the bruises of being “yanked and grappled” so many times.”…
Ayala Law P.A.
November 26, 2020
Civil ActionsCivil LitigationCivil ProcedureContract & BusinessInvestmentsLawsuitLitigationUncategorized

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

  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…
Ayala Law P.A.
September 19, 2019
BlogContract & BusinessUncategorized

Ayala Law Firm’s First Edition of The Ayala-Open Tennis Tournament Set to Take Off This Weekend

  Ayala law firm, in partnership with Taco Tennis Academy is launching the first edition of the Ayala Open. A open tennis tournament. Ayala and Taco Tennis’ owners are long time friends (16 years and counting) both of whom share a passion for tennis. Given their passion, they decided to team up to organize a local tennis tournament that can bring a mix of professional…
Ayala Law P.A.
July 26, 2019