The firm's founder Mark R. Osherow has been a leader in the legal community during his almost 30 years of practice in both large and small firms alike. The ability to provide a very high level of client service of a lasting nature without agonizing red tape and bureaucracy is best served through a small firm. We are able to leverage our skills through the use of technology and through our relationships in the legal community. Not only large firms can staff their matters with the legal talent to meet the client's needs. And we are able to do so in a highly competitive manner with lower overhead and costs. The firm emphasizes long-term relationships with clients. We serve not just as your lawyers in a particular matter but trusted advisors to meet your needs wherever they may be. Our goal is to tailor our representation to maintain long-lasting relationships through ethical and professional representation addressing the details of each matter in a comprehensive and thorough manner in which we take great pride.
Florida Bar Board Certified Business Litigation Lawyer since 2006. Civil litigation attorney, law firm, commercial law and litigation. Palm Beach. Boca Raton, South Florida, Florida. Miami, Ft. Lauderdale, Deerfield, Wellington, Lake Worth, Orlando, Tampa. Federal courts. Alternative dispute resolution, depositions, trial, arbitration, mediation.
If you’re involved in a business dispute that can’t be resolved through negotiation or mediation, or if you require counsel to assist you to negotiate or litigate, hiring an attorney who specializes in business litigation may be a good option. Mark Osherow is an attorney certified by The Florida Bar, and recertified two times five years apart, as a specialist in this area of litigation practice.
Business Litigation is the practice of law dealing with the legal problems arising from commercial and business relationships including litigation of controversies arising from those relationships. "Business litigation law’" includes evaluating, handling and resolving such controversies before state courts, federal courts, administrative agencies, mediators, and arbitrators.
Board certification recognizes attorneys’ special knowledge, skills and proficiency in various areas of law and professionalism and ethics in practice. Board certified lawyers are Evaluated for Professionalism, Tested for Expertise.
Certification is The Florida Bar’s highest level of evaluation of the competency and experience of attorneys in the 26 areas of law approved for certification by the Supreme Court of Florida.
Established in 1982 by the Florida Supreme Court, board certification helps consumers identify specialists in various areas of law.
Board certified Florida Bar members are allowed to identify themselves as “Board Certified,” or to use the letters “B.C.S.” for Board Certified Specialist on business cards or letterhead, in legal directories or in advertising.
7 percent of eligible Florida Bar members, approximately 4,800 lawyers, are board certified. A lawyer who is a member in good standing of The Florida Bar and who meets the standards prescribed by the state’s Supreme Court may become board certified in one or more of the 26 certification fields. Minimum requirements for certification are listed below; each area of certification may contain higher or additional standards.
The rigorous requirements for Board Certification include engaging in the practice law for a minimum of five years; demonstrated substantial involvement in the field of law for which certification is sought; passing satisfactory peer review of competence in the specialty field as well as character, ethics and professionalism in the practice of law; satisfying the certification area’s continuing legal education requirements, and receiving a passing grade on the examination required of all applicants or meet strict criteria to exempt the exam.
Not all qualified lawyers are certified, but those who are board certified have taken extra steps to have their competence and experience evaluated. Shouldn’t you consider working with a specialist evaluated for professionalism and tested for expertise?