Bryant Taylor Law, PLLC
333 Las Olas Way Ste. 416
Fort Lauderdale FL 33301
Yes; 15 minute telephonic
-Business formation packages ($495-$2,995) -Contract templates ($150-$695) -Demand letters ($495-$695)
A business law firm where customer service is just as important as results.
Bryant Taylor Law is a business law firm that specializes in business formation, business transactions, litigation and partnership disputes. We represents clients in Broward, Miami-Dade and Palm Beach counties in the following areas:
We've formed businesses in the following industries (retail, international trade, smoke shops, cosmetics, real estate investing, financial advising, restaurants, vending machines, graphic design, software development, holding companies and many more)
-Advice on entity selection
-Registration of LLC, Corporations, and Partnerships
-Advice on city, county and state licenses
Business Transactions: We review, draft and negotiate agreements and contracts such as:
-Independent Contractor Agreements
-Breach of Contract
-Breach of Fiduciary Duties
Tabitha focuses her practice areas on business litigation, partnership and corporate disputes, and breach of contract litigation. She also represents clients on both the plaintiff and defense side in real estate litigation, intellectual property, non-compete litigation and appellate matters. Tabitha has years of experience representing business and individual in various civil and business litigation matters.
While in law school, Tabitha served as a teaching assistant in advanced trial practice and was the Vice President of the Black Law Students Association. She also served as a judicial intern for the Honorable T. Lane Wilson and was a competing member of the Business Moot Court team. Tabitha is a recipient of the University of Florida’s Pro Bono certificate and Trial Practice book award.
During her summers, Tabitha clerked at a boutique complex commercial litigation firm and ultimately accepted a position as a full-time associate post-graduation. She later transitioned to an AM-200 law firm where she practiced in both state and federal courts. Tabitha has successfully represented multimillion-dollar companies and individuals in various commercial litigation and appellate matters. Tabitha then accepted a position as partner at a firm in West Palm Beach, before relocating back to south Florida and forming Bryant Taylor Law.
Tabitha’s native languages are English and Spanish, which allows her to serve a broader client base. She has represented fisheries in Nicaragua, established corporations, and locally owned businesses. Whether a client is ready to sue or is being sued, Tabitha’s litigation experience allows her to tailor legal strategies for each individual client.
University of Florida
Sam focuses his practice areas on business transactions and corporate formation including mergers and acquisitions, contract drafting, review and negotiation, and mediation. He also provides consulting services and can serve as an outsourced general counsel. Sam is also a co-founder and CEO of Radifit, Inc., a startup that manufactures wearable technology for athletes and sports teams.
While in law school, Sam served as a teaching assistant in legal writing and appellate advocacy and on the executive board of the Black Law Students Association. He was also a member of the Business Moot Court team and Black Law Students Association trial team. During his summers, he interned with the Gainesville Harvest, the Third District Court of Appeal in Miami, and with a prominent litigation firm in West Palm Beach.
After law school, Sam joined that litigation firm as an associate. Practicing in both state and federal courts, Sam has successfully defended complex litigation claims, including first-party insurance claims, construction defects, property damage, wrongful death, personal injury actions, and employment claims. Sam uses his litigation background to enhance his transactional practice, which allows him to serve both those who seek Bryant Taylor Law to help execute documents and policies to avoid litigation, and those who need Bryant Taylor for litigation.
University of Florida
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