Monday, July 31st, 2017 | Author:p.kelsky Assume Your Non-Compete is Enforceable Until You Speak to an Attorney

If you have a non-compete agreement, you should assume it’s enforceable until proven otherwise.  Time and time again, people contact us after they’ve left their employment to either start their own competing business or to go to work for a different competitor.  They assume that because Florida is a right to work state, they cannot be […]

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Monday, May 8th, 2017 | Author:p.kelsky What makes Kelsky Law Different from Other Firms?

Kelsky Law is a boutique law firm that emphasizes accessibility. Each client is uniquely important to the firm and, as a boutique law firm, we want our business clients and personal injury clients to know that we are available. We often hear from clients that left other firms that they were disappointed they were handed […]

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Monday, May 1st, 2017 | Author:p.kelsky The Necessity for Mold Testing

We field many, many inquiries from people wanting to assert claims for property damage and/or personal injury because of an exposure to mold.  Often, people claim they “know” they have been exposed or that they took pictures and have concluded that mold exposure occurred.  Mold cases are difficult cases and one needs to be armed […]

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Thursday, April 6th, 2017 | Author:p.kelsky Non-Compete Agreement: Grammar is important

In the recent case of Cristina Tranatola, M.D. v. William B. Henghold, M.D., P.A., 42 Fla. L. Weekly D543 (Fla. 1st DCA March 7, 2017), the court ordered the trial court to limit the scope of an injunction based upon a “participle phrase.” There, the restrictive language prohibited the doctor from “directly or indirectly rendering […]

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Monday, January 9th, 2017 | Author:p.kelsky Kelsky Law, P.A., is proud to congratulate Brad E. Kelsky, Esq., for his recognition as a Top Lawyer by the South Florida Legal Guide.

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Sunday, June 26th, 2016 | Author:p.kelsky Real Estate Broker Liable for Seller’s Non-Disclosure of Defects where Seller was also a Real Estate Associate

Our firm has tried cases involving the seller of a home’s failure to disclose defects known to the seller but unknown to the buyer.  The recent case of Batya Goodman v Rose Realty West, Inc., 41 Fla. Law Weekly D1135 (Fla. 4th DCA May 11, 2016), is of interest because, in that case, the seller was […]

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Monday, June 20th, 2016 | Author:p.kelsky “No bond” provision does not render non-compete to be unenforceable

People often inquire about whether their non-compete agreements are enforceable because there is a single provision that contradicts § 542.335, Fla. Stat.  In the recent case of Smart Pharmacy, Inc. v. Vicarri, 41 Fla. L. Weekly D1274, fn. 4 (Fla. 1st DCA May 31, 2016), a former employee made that very argument on the basis that […]

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Friday, June 10th, 2016 | Author:kelsky_admin Kelsky Law Gets State Court Judgment Excluded from Bankruptcy

Kelsky Law is pleased to announce that it was able to have a state court judgment excluded from bankruptcy thereby allowing collection on the debt obtained as a result of a trial.  In Summer 2014, Kelsky Law obtained a jury verdict on a fraudulent misrepresentation claim.  In an attempt to collect on the debt, the […]

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Monday, March 7th, 2016 | Author:kelsky_admin AV Preeminent Rating

Kelsky Law is proud to announce that Brad Kelsky has been awarded AV Preeminent status by Martindale-Hubbell as chosen by his peers.

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Thursday, January 21st, 2016 | Author:kelsky_admin Kelsky Law Obtains Jury Verdict

Representing homeowners, Kelsky Law is proud to announce that it obtained a jury verdict against a contractor who filed suit on a construction lien, for breach of contract and for unjust enrichment.

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