Fighting To Save a Local Business: Travel Inn, 7532 U.S. 19

Fighting To Save a Local Business: The New Port Richey’s City Magistrate entered an Order giving our client seven days to shut down their hotel. The City alleged many violations of criminal activities were occurring at the hotel. Attorney Satyen Gandhi is appealing the Order, because on closer examination of the police reports describing these…

Yulee v. The Florida Bar

The Highest Court in the Land Peter Ticktin and Jamie Sasson appeared before the U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday where Chief Justice Roberts granted their Motion for Admission, and where they took the oath and were admitted to the Bar of the U.S. Supreme Court.  They then watched the proceedings as the now famous case,…

Attorney Hailey Lampert has joined our firm

The Ticktin Law Group is Growing! The Ticktin Law Group is proud to announce Attorney Hailey Lampert has joined our firm. Hailey Lampert was born and raised in Boca Raton, Florida. She moved to Tallahassee in 2006 to attend Florida State University where she obtained a B.S. in Criminology. Hailey then attended Stetson University College…

No Witness is No Witness-Another Win!

Attorney Tim Quinones achieved another victory against the banks. The Plaintiff failed to provide its witness for deposition prior to trial, Attorney Quinones argued that the bank’s witness should be precluded from testifying. The Court agreed with Mr. Quinones and struck the bank’s trial witness. Without any ability to present evidence in its case, the…

Williams-Yulee v. The Florida Bar (13-1499)

On January 20th, two of our attorneys, Peter Ticktin and Jamie Sasson, will be attending an oral argument in The United States Supreme Court (Williams-Yulee v. The Florida Bar (13-1499). The case involves an appeal of a Florida Supreme Court decision which held that a judicial candidate or her family cannot personally solicit election funds….