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- Business Law
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- Foreclosure Defense
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- Animal & Dog Law
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Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
- New York
- Managing Partner
- Oppenheim Law
- Founded in 1989, Oppenheim Law is distinctively positioned as one of Florida’s leading boutique law firms in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida serving national, international, and local clients. Originally known as one of the premier real estate law firms as well as for developing successful strategies in defending thousands of foreclosures, the Firm has developed an impeccable reputation for untangling complex legal situations. Our practice areas include real estate, commercial litigation, corporate and business related matters, consumer rights, foreclosure, and employment law.
- Northwestern University School of Law
- J.D. (1986)
- Honors: Northwestern Journal of International Law & Business
- Top 10 Producer Outstanding Performance
- Fidelity National Title
- “Top 10 Producer Outstanding Performance” for the SE Florida Region
- Florida Bar
- - Current
- New York State Bar  # 2140317
- - Current
Articles & Publications
- How The Process Of Home Flipping Has Resurfaced
- Chamber of Commerce Event , West Broward
- Sunrise Chamber of Commerce-West Broward
- Goldman Sachs 10k PRogram , Miami
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- Goldman Sachs 10k Alumna
3 Questions Answered
- Q. Can a business put on the fine print of their contract that clients can never post negative reviews online?
- A: While a business may place its policy in fine print, the question is if that policy is enforceable. One must review the entire contract, and make sure that (s)he acknowledges and accepts its content. On a practical level, it would not make sense for a business to contemplate suing a client for a negative review--the reputational damage may far exceed the client's review.
- Q. Is the sublease contract still valid?
- A: A review of the underlying lease should provide the answer as to whether a sublease is allowable within the confines of your lease. If in fact there is a provision not allowing for a sublease, then your sublease agreement with the lessee is not valid.
- Q. Hi, I am in a work contract and my employer has refused to pay me after working for 2 weeks. Is my contract now null?
- A: It would be helpful to review the terms of your "work contract." If you have an actual employment contract, the terms of your employment should be incorporated, especially terms concerning breaches of the contract and your rights pursuant to the contract . More information is needed as it is doubtful that you worked for two weeks with the understanding that you would not be paid.
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