Damian & Valori LLP is an AV Rated business litigation firm that provides its clients with professional, high quality, experienced counseling, strategic advice, and representation in litigating and resolving complicated business and corporate disputes. Our goal is to provide effective problem solving through counseling or litigation with the highest level of integrity, excellence and judgment. We also strive to be leaders in the legal and business community through active participation in local, state, and national bar associations as well as business groups and charities.

Practice Areas

The Firm handles Receiverships (SEC, FTC, CFTC, State law), corporate ownership and control disputes, shareholder rights, creditors rights claims, breach of contact and related theories of obligation matters, injunctions, business torts (fraud, tortious interference, deceptive trade practices), employment litigation (including non-compete, wage and hour, and discrimination matters), corporate officer and director liability, securities, trademarks, real estate, and professional negligence in state, federal and bankruptcy courts, in and outside of Florida.

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Barbara A. Junge Hosts Event For New College

Barbara A. Junge Hosts Event For New College

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New College is coming to Miami on Thursday, April 30, 2015 from 6-8 pm! Please join the NCAA, admitted students, and fellow alums for a casual gathering at Damian & Valori. President Donal O’Shea and...

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Ten Courtroom Do’s and Don’ts

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An attorney should practice appropriate behavior and attitude in the courtroom, not only because it is required by the Rules of Professional Conduct, but also because it makes an attorney a more effective advocate. I....

The Independent Tort Doctrine Post Tiara

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CASE SUMMARIES – THE INDEPENDENT TORT DOCTRINE POST TIARA Summaries Through January 21, 2015 Prepared by Peter F. Valori and Amanda Fernandez 1.  Tiara Condo. Assoc., Inc. v. Marsh & McLennan Co., 110 So. 3d...