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Marshall A. Adams, Esq.

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Marshall A. Adams, Esq. has been practicing law in Florida since 1987, and has an extensive practice in commercial, construction, real estate, fraudulent transfer act and business litigation.
Mr. Adams specializes in construction lien law and all facets of construction litigation, real estate and title-related litigation, difficult collections and also handles appellate matters. Mr. Adams also has significant experience in handling automotive law matters and related litigation on behalf of new and used car dealerships, as well as automotive rental companies. He represents clients in a wide variety of industries ranging from insurance carriers and banks to general contractors, subcontractors, material and equipment suppliers, and car dealerships. He was a faculty scholar at Florida Atlantic University. While at Nova Southeastern University School of Law, he served in Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternity International as Marshal (Sergeant at Arms) and Justice (President) from 1985 to 1987.
Mr. Adams is Lexis-Nexis Martindale-Hubbell AV Rated and has been selected to Florida SuperLawyers each year beginning in 2013. Mr. Adams is Admitted to the Florida Bar, The United States District Court for the Southern and Middle Districts.

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The unauthorized practice of law is a no no Phoenix Business Consulting, INC. vs Summit Partners Group, LLC.

Under Florida law, any individual who does not hold a law degree is not permitted to practice law or offer legal advice and counsel. Likewise, if the individual is not licensed, charging a client for such services is also illegal. In 2013, Florida attorney Marshall A. Adams, Esq. of Fort Lauderdale law firm Lubell Rosen, represented Phoenix Business Consulting, Inc., in a case in which the company was billed an exorbitant amount of money for illegal law services rendered by a non-lawyer consulti

Malicious prosecution revived by appeals court being heard by the supreme court by Marshall A. Adams, Esq.

The tort of Malicious Prosecution (someone intentionally filing a false or frivolous case against someone else) was eviscerated in Florida's 3d District Court of Appeals by Wolfe v. Foreman, 128 So. 3d 67 (Fla. 3d DCA 2013), due to the doctrine of “litigation privilege.” Litigation privilege prevents a party or an attorney from being sued for actions taken during litigation.

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