Complex Business Litigation and International Litigation/Arbitration
Complex Business Litigation
Complex business litigation cases typically involve all types of legal matters such as breach of contract, torts, theft of trade secrets and intellectual property, fraud, international transactions, commercial transactions, unfair trade practices, non-compete litigation, and business disputes between partners.
The key difference between a typical business litigation case and a complex one often lies in the complexity of the legal issues in the case, the number of parties involved in the litigation, whether those parties are domestic or foreign entities, the location of the parties and witnesses, need for experts such as forensic accountants, conflicts in the governing law, the need to have additional judicial case management oversight and the number of damages involved.
International Litigation and Arbitration
International litigation and arbitration cases involve parties from different countries and typically fall within the category of complex business litigation, but not always. There are international litigation and arbitration cases that can be considered standard cases when the case lacks additional characteristics of complex business litigation cases and is considered more straightforward. International arbitration cases are simply cases in which the parties from different countries agreed to bring any disputes between them before an arbitration panel instead of through the court system.
Complex business and international litigation and arbitration cases require an attorney which is experienced in complex business legal matters and litigation and preferably an attorney who understands the nature of business and has a strong financial background. Here at the Campbell Law Group, we have experience in complex business litigation, as well as litigating cases with cross-border implications and jurisdictional issues.
Our firm accepts cases from businesses and corporations in every county in the state of Florida. For more information on how we can assist you with complex business litigation or arbitration, please contact us.
The Campbell Law Group P.A.
Focuses its practice on corporate and family law matters.
While representing clients whether in civil, corporate or family law matters, our company’s primary goal is first to help clients minimize the need for unnecessary litigation and conflict where possible. If litigation is necessary, our company is more than capable of representing you or your business’ interest and helping you achieve a fair outcome, while guiding you, your family and your company through the difficulties involved in litigation.
Corporate and Family Law Attorney and
Collaborative Family Law Attorney
Hofstra University Maurice A. Deane School of Law – Hempstead, New York Juris Doctorate (2007)
Florida International University – Miami, Florida – Bachelor of Arts in Political Science (1998)
Florida Bar (2009)
United States District Court for the Southern District (2013), Middle (2015) and Northern Districts of Florida (2018)
United States Bankruptcy Court for the Middle and Southern Districts of Florida (2015)
Member of the Collaborative Family Law Institute, Inc. (2017)
Regina is the Managing Partner of The Campbell Law Group based in Coral Gables, Florida. She is recognized for her unique insight, resourceful problem-solving skills and understanding of how legal issues affect people and companies differently.
One of Regina’s biggest passions is litigation. Regina and The Campbell Law Group PA have seen a great deal of success in prosecuting and litigating business fraud and ponzi schemes, tortious interference with a business relationship cases, non-compete cases, shareholder actions, complex divorce and post-divorce actions, especially cases with recalcitrant parties with a talent at hiding assets and/or avoiding support obligations amongst others causes of action.
Regina is fluent in both English and Spanish and has assisted businesses and families from over twenty countries with their business and family legal needs.