Originally established in 1983, Zappolo & Farwell, P.A. takes pride in utilizing a hands-on, client-oriented approach toward business litigation.
Reducing the Frustrations & Frequency of Commercial Litigation
Minimize how often you are involved with business disputes by hiring Zappolo & Farwell, P.A. in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida. We help small business owners, real estate professionals, construction companies, and other entities avoid commercial litigation as much as possible. If court proceedings are unavoidable, we deliver assertive legal representation at state or federal levels and in front of the International Court of Arbitration.
Main Areas of Practice:
Corporate & Business Organization
LLC Membership Agreements
Contract Formation & Negotiation
Real Estate Litigation
7108 Fairway Drive, Suite 322
Palm Beach Gardens FL 33418
Scott Zappolo has built his practice on hard work and a determination to be worthy of those who entrust him with their significant legal matters. His many successful legal battles include representation of a small, independent salesman against a major retailing chain, which resulted in a multi-million dollar verdict; defense and dismissal at trial of a million-dollar claim in a shareholder dispute; defense of a manufacturer in a $20 million product defect case before the International Court of Arbitration in London, Great Britain; and oversight and strategy of a horrific wrongful death matter, defended by insurance under a reservation of rights.
Hours of Operation
We recognize that business needs arise at any hour of the day. If you are an existing client, you will have our cell phone numbers. If you are a new client, we are happy to schedule an appointment at any time.
To contact Scott Zappolo call (561) 328-4760.
Jeff focuses his practice in the areas of contract litigation, business tort and related litigation, construction litigation, and foreclosure litigation. Due to his education and background, he enjoys advising clients on land use and environmental issues, the most recent of which involved CERCLA issues for a corporate client accused of groundwater contamination.