The Elliot Legal Group, P.A. Offices | Fort Lauderdale and Miami

3101 N. Federal Hwy., Suite 609,
Oakland Park, Florida 33306

Our Lawyers are Licensed and Providing Representation in the Following Locations:

Florida, Washington D.C., England, and Wales

Fort Lauderdale




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Shareholders Return Assets Stripped From Strip Club

Haute Living

Gavin Tudor Elliot, owner of the Elliot Legal Group, P.A., brings decades of business law experience – in and out of the courtroom and across the globe – to ensure that your company is positioned for success.

Elliot has more than 18 years of experience representing clients in Florida. He is also a licensed attorney in Washington, D.C., and a solicitor in Wales and England, where he was born. He has arranged the acquisitions of a financial institution and a software developer in Europe, the formation of an online retail start-up in the United States, and negotiated and drafted a distribution agreement under English law between Asia and the Middle East.

On July 16, 2012, a lawsuit was brought against a Strip Club and its shareholders in Federal Court in the Southern District of Florida. The basis of the suit was the breach of a Termination Agreement. On February 25th, 2016, a final judgment was obtained against the Strip Club in the underlying litigation for $675,000.

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DeSantis gave $103.4 million in no-bid contracts to Sunrise’s MedPro, accused of ‘trafficking’ foreign nurses, to staff vaccine sites

Florida Bulldog

Attorney Gavin Elliot represented Althea Martineau in countersuing the company resulting in the suit being dropped and dismissed.

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Haute Lawyer Experts Give Helpful Advice To Potential Clients

Haute Living

Haute Lawyer talked with top law experts to discuss what should be weighed when deciding which lawyer to choose for specific cases.

Here is what they had to say:

Gavin Tudor Elliot, Business Law & Business Litigation, South Florida

Before you decide to investigate lawyers, you should determine whether bringing the action makes business sense. Litigating based upon principle can often require the expenditure of a significant principal. This critical question contemplates not only dollars and cents but concerns related to reputation, relationships, business continuity, collectability, enforceability, and a variety of other matters. An added benefit of this analysis is that it can help you develop a preliminary idea of your highest result and what lesser results would be acceptable based upon a variety of circumstances.

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Ask A Lawyer: Common Misconceptions

Haute Living

Welcome to the monthly “Ask An Attorney” article. In this segment, Haute Lawyer asks our attorneys your burning questions so that you can receive informed and well-rounded answers from the top attorneys in the nation. This month’s topic is common misconceptions.

“What is a common misconception you run across about lawyers in your field?”

Gavin Tudor Elliot, Business Law & Business Litigation, South Florida

“I have often heard friends and other people I met say that if you want to kill a deal give it to a lawyer or an accountant. The presumption is that the lawyer will mire you in the details of the language and law while the accountant will mire you in the details of the numbers and kill the deal.

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Lawyer silence buys plenty of legal trouble

Orlando Business Journal

Dania Beach bankruptcy attorney

ORLANDO -- Gavin Elliot isn't talking.

The assistant Orange County public defender is defying a judge's order that he discuss an encounter he may -- or may not have had -- with his client.

In the process, he has set up something of a legal showdown over the issue of confidential discussions between lawyers and clients.

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