A timely strategic response to legal action is crucial to the life of your company. Once you have been served, minor mistakes or even simple delays can result in considerable judgments against you and your company. The vulnerability of having a not so good litigation management process can’t be afforded at any point.
Managing litigation is an area of practice that IMUDIA LAW has put in place for the benefit of our clients. Regardless of the type of case, litigation management allows our attorneys to collect and retrieve documents and evidence much faster which saves a lot of time.
Another huge benefit is the ability to work remotely. This is the digital age and IMUDIA LAW likes to keep up with the trends which are why we have implemented the use of online software which allows for the effective management of litigation.
As trial attorneys, we don’t just trial cases. We help you decide whether your case is appropriate for a lawsuit. This is after we have done our research and analyzed the facts to identify the appropriate law and how it applies to your case. All of these help us gauge the likely outcome in the court.
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Litigation is usually characterized as complex due to its inclusion of multiple issues such as:
When attorneys think of litigation management, they likely mean organizing huge loads of information related to their litigated case.
Our attorneys at IMUDIA LAW in Florida handle the litigation process — from research and case analysis to forecast and case presentation in court. We understand all of the ins and outs of the courtroom. We take the stress, confusion, and hassle out of the process while we keep your lawsuit on track.
The moment you approach your problem, we work on it and determine with our expertise what needs to be done to solve that issue. It’s not important that every dispute needs litigation. Some may be resolved through alternate dispute resolution.
Methods of alternative dispute resolution refer to resolving conflicts and disputes other than traditional court process or litigation. The three main methods include:
Negotiation is a process where a dispute or conflict between two parties can reach a settlement where they both agree on. Negotiations can be held through discussions between the parties or the representatives without third-party involvement.
You need to consult a litigation lawyer before settling the matter. You should be well aware of their duties and your rights regarding the matter under the question you are willing to solve.
Mediation is a process in which a third party who is neutral (not supporting any side) assists the parties in conflict to reach a common ground of agreement. The neutral third party is called a mediator who facilitates the communication between the parties impartially, honestly, and fairly. They help by identifying underlying concerns and assist in clarifying the issues in dispute. Mediators try to search for the resolution to the conflict but will not impose any of their decision on the parties.
In mediation, you try to find ways and solutions that make sense to both parties to resolve your concerns. Mediators cannot give any legal advice to either of the parties, so you need to consult an attorney for your legal questions about the case. Florida litigation attorneys help you to make an informed decision about settling your dispute.
Arbitration is a private process where the disputing parties agree to get their conflict settled by an arbitrator (third party) after hearing the arguments and reviewing the evidence. Unlike mediation, the third party in the arbitration i.e. arbitrator has the authority to make decisions about the dispute. In Florida, the arbitration case resembles a trial as parties have to make opening statements and present their evidence.
Arbitration is less formal, not as expensive, and usually takes less time than a traditional litigation trial.
If negotiation, mediation, and arbitration won’t help you, there is civil litigation to seek damages and/or other remedies.
Our litigation lawyers at IMUDIA LAW in Florida represent parties in trials, hearings, mediations, and/or arbitrations before federal, state, and local courts along with administrative agencies. The civil litigation attorneys at IMUDIA LAW will guide and fight for you from the initial consultation until your lawsuit is decided or resolved.
IMUDIA LAW provides the following non-exclusive litigation services:
The authority and power of the federal court to hear controversies and cases is strictly limited. Not each and every case can be brought in federal court for decision. There must be certain requirements and prerequisites that must be met for a civil case to be brought in federal court. Most importantly there must be subject matter jurisdiction over the conflict or controversy in question.
Federal Courts have jurisdiction and authority to handle only certain types of trials and cases. Such cases are limited to:
A federal court only obtains jurisdiction over a case if it meets either one or more of these three criteria.
However, there are other types of cases that can be subjected by the federal court. Jurisdiction of the federal court is concurrent with that of the state courts in most of the cases. It means that a plaintiff has the choice to bring particular cases in either state court or federal court.
Attorneys at our law firm will assist you in strategizing, recommending, and directing you as to whether your case needs to be filed in federal court or not.
Federal cases are challenging and complex as it has a different set of rules from that of the state. It is crucial to choose an experienced and knowledgeable federal civil attorney who is well versed in the federal system. IMUDIA LAW Firm will counsel, assist, guide, and represent you in your federal disputes.
Florida civil litigation is a legal conflict between two or more parties including individuals and businesses that are seeking damages and/or other kinds of remedies beyond criminal sanctions. Florida law requires defendants and corporate plaintiffs to have a lawyer in all lawsuits except for small claims court.
No matter which side of a case you find yourself on, civil litigation attorneys at IMUDIA LAW understand your discomfort and fight for the results you want. We will be by your side from the initial mediation if required by the Florida courts until the lawsuit is resolved.
Our role is multifaceted in civil litigation. At the initial consultation, our civil litigation attorneys will help you determine if your case has merit or if you have the standing to file a suit. If the lawsuit moves forward, we begin the tedious process of interviewing people/witnesses and gathering evidence. We also help you prepare documents including the complaint, answer, and brief. Finally, we will represent you in court, question witnesses, present evidence, make opening and closing statements, and present arguments if any.
We strive and aim at getting a positive verdict for our clients.
Many types of legal disputes fall under the care of civil litigation. For instance, if a dispute between a tenant and landlord goes to court, or a property battle is faced by neighbors, these all come under civil litigation.
Our civil litigations department handle versatile cases, but not limited to:
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The IMUDIA LAW Firm represents corporations, businesses, individuals and nonprofits, in a variety of matters in federal and state courts, including appellate proceedings, as well as in arbitrations, mediations, and administrative hearings. In addition to trial matters, our attorneys handle negotiations, settlement conferences, and all other types of alternative dispute resolution.
Our attorneys handle the litigation process — from research and case analysis to forecast and case presentation in court. We understand all of the ins and outs of the courtroom. We take the stress, confusion, and hassle out of the process while we keep your lawsuit on track.
Our expertise in litigation includes several areas of law including but not limited to business and commercial litigation, personal injury, medical malpractice, wrongful death, product liability, and defective medical devices, general liability disputes, and intellectual property protection. IMUDIA LAW also takes cases involving state and federal court appeals.
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