Strike 3 and They’re Out!

In 2010 our attorney Joshua Bleil won a foreclosure suit on a $ 1.3 Million mortgage.  After the day long trial, the bank failed to reestablish the lost promissory note. Two years later, the Bank refiled suit against our clients in Federal Court and Joshua beat that case. Once again the bank filed, and this…

Won 2.5 Times Fees and Costs

Attorney Eric Miles Attorney Bill Doiron Our Orlando attorneys, Eric Miles and Bill Doiron, not only won our attorneys’ fees and costs, but they won a multiplier of 2.5 times the amount they claimed. Florida law provides that when an attorney represents a client on a contingency basis, and the attorney wins after the Complaint…

Employee Awarded Twice Back Pay

The Ticktin Law Group represented a client who was not paid by his employer.  Our attorney, Satyen Gandhi, represented the employee at the final hearing and won. The Judge ordered that our client receive twice the amount of his unpaid wages, as well as his attorneys’ fees and costs. Our client is relieved and happy…

Butler and Hosch Closes Its Doors After 40 Years

On May 14th, the law firm of Butler and Hosch closed its doors after 40 years.  The downturn of new foreclosure filings led to a cash crunch causing it to miss at least one payroll.  Butler and Hosch had over 700 employees nationwide. The Ticktin Law Group is presently defending  128 cases against Butler and…

Refrain from Kissing Strange Dogs

Our client was sitting in his car, with his dog, with the windows down. A stranger passing by noticed his Dachshund by the window. The stranger walked up to the car, and asked if she could pet his dog. Our client said “No.” The lady persisted and told our client she owns a few pit…

Bank Forced to Voluntarily Dismiss Case

In a recent case, the Plaintiff filed its Witness and Exhibit list just days before trial.  The timeliness of the Plaintiff’s actions was in violation of the Court’s Order. Our attorney, Jon Hodges, brought a Motion to Strike the Plaintiff’s Witness and Exhibit list.  The Judge granted our motion and the Plaintiff was forced to…

Bank Strikes out Three Times

Recently our attorneys, Kendrick Almaguer and Simon Lassel, prevailed on their Motions for Summary Judgment keeping our clients in their homes. Despite the Bank bringing in its best attorneys, the Judge entered Final Judgments dismissing three cases. Our clients are very happy and relieved. Great job, Miami team!

$150,000.00 in Disputed Credit Card Charges

Our attorney, Ejola Cook, successfully defended our client who was being sued for $150,000.00 in disputed credit card charges. After Ejola defeated the creditor’s Motion for Summary Judgment over a year ago, the Court ordered the case to arbitration. A year passed and the credit card company still failed to initiate arbitration. The Court then…

The Bank Unable to Produce Its Witness

  During a recent mortgage foreclosure trial the Bank was unable to produce its witness, resulting in its request for a continuance.  Our attorney, Rina Feld, opposed the Bank’s motion as she was prepared for trial. The Judge agreed and ordered both parties to trial. The Bank realized without a proper witness it would not…