Skating to the Rescue of an NHL Player

Recently, our attorney, Michael Vater, was able to help to recover payments due under an advertiser contract for a National Hockey League player who endorsed its products. The player was greatly appreciative of Michael’s efforts for recovering the full amount owed.  At The Ticktin Law Group, when we represent a client in a matter in…

An Entertainment Law Litigation Win in Miami

An Entertainment Law Litigation Win in Miami Last week, our attorney, Simon Lassel, obtained a Final Judgment for an Entertainment Law client who was not being paid pursuant to her contract. At the Summary Judgment hearing, Simon not only successfully argued that our client was entitled to damages for the work she performed, but also…

It’s Cool to Win a Case in Iceland!

Recently, our attorneys, Michael Vater and Cindy Cumberbatch, received a decision from the Icelandic Transport Authority awarding our client the full amount of damages sought against Icelandair for violating an EU Regulation. This particular EU Regulation deals with compensation for travelers whose flights were cancelled. Icelandair attempted to defend the claim by referencing precedent issued…

Peter Ticktin Stuns the Host of Legal Eagle

Recently our Senior Partner, Peter Ticktin, was interviewed on “Inside South Florida – The Legal Eagle,” hosted by Dave Aizer. Dave and Peter discussed the mission of The Ticktin Law Group and some major cases in which Peter has been involved with and others that are ongoing.  Click the picture below to watch this informative…

Employer Prevails Against Unpaid Wages Claim

Our attorney, Rebecca Radosevich, defended another small business owner in a recent administrative proceeding for unpaid wages. The employee alleged he was due wages pursuant to a contract with his employer. During cross examination of the former employee, Rebecca established the former employee did not prove he completed the work. The Hearing Officer agreed with…

Confession Leads to a Victory

Our attorney, Rebecca Radosevich, defended a small business owner in a recent administrative proceeding for unpaid wages.  An administrative proceeding is similar to a bench trial. During Rebecca’s cross examination of the former employee, the former employee confessed that she had not worked during the period of time she was claiming wages were due to…

What is The Ticktin Law Group Doing at the ESPY Awards?

This week, between depositions and hearings in Los Angeles on mortgage foreclosure cases, our attorney, Michael Vater, was invited and attended the ESPY Awards, which recognizes the best in Sports Achievement over the last year.  After the red carpet, he went to ESPN’s ‘after party.’ Overall, the depositions were extremely fruitful, and with the bragging…

Bank’s Failure to Issue a Letter of Default

During a recent mortgage foreclosure trial, testimony showed that the Bank did not issue a letter of default. Our attorney, Jessica VanValkenburgh, showed that Paragraph 22 of the mortgage requires that our clients be provided with a default letter prior to the acceleration of the mortgage. The Bank’s failure to provide our clients with a…

Knowing The Law Sets Up a Win

Recently during a personal injury case, the defendant was not complying with our discovery requests. This delay was making it difficult to litigate the case and get our client her damages. Last week our attorney, Rina Feld, attended a hearing on our motion to strike the defendant’s pleadings. The motion was granted, the defendant’s pleadings…