At Thomas & LoCicero, we handle a wide range of complex litigation matters, including business torts, breach of contract, antitrust and unfair competition, class actions, breach of fiduciary duty, TCPA, and fraud. Our aggressive legal strategies and sophisticated business acumen ensure two things: your rights are protected and your voice is heard.
Securing your ability to conduct business is our number one objective.
With decades of collective experience in Commercial Litigation, TLo attorneys have the expertise and judgment to address a broad range of business and commercial disputes. We begin by understanding your unique story and challenges and use that insight to provide the aggressive representation you need and deserve. As your advocates, we want to ensure you are free to focus on the success of your business.
TLo lawyers are accomplished at defending against and avoiding antitrust and unfair competition claims. We advise clients on tailoring their business practices to comply with antitrust laws while aggressively promoting their right to compete fairly in the marketplace.
Thomas & LoCicero litigators focus on positioning cases for successful appeals, vigorously defending favorable outcomes obtained in trial courts, and diligently seeking reversals or new trials when necessary.
TLo attorneys are more than just advocates. We are also trusted mediators and arbitrators. In both cases, we seek to achieve the optimal result in the most efficient, economically feasible manner. Additionally, the TLo Tampa office can also serve as a location for mediation and arbitrations.
Thomas & LoCicero frequently serves as local Florida counsel for out-of-state firms lacking a Florida office or who need effective insight and advice on local practice and procedure.
Rashid v. Klapwijk, No. 2019-CA-008887-0 (Fla. 9th Jud. Cir. Ct. 2021), aff’d, 350 So. 3d 71 (Fla. 5th DCA 2022) (table), Won dismissal of lawsuit seeking more than 3 million dollars for fraud and breach of guaranty by persuading court that it lacked personal jurisdiction over defendant.
Tymar Distribution LLC v. Mitchell Group USA, LLC and Rivelle Products, Inc., No. 21-21976-CIV-Altonaga/Torres, 2021 WL 4077966 (S.D. Fla. Sept. 8, 2021). Won dismissal of tortious interference and FDUTPA claims brought against company providing brand-protection services on amazon.com.
DeMartini v. Town of Gulfstream, et al.
942 F.3d 1277 (11th Cir. 2019). Won affirmance of summary judgment on malicious prosecution claim arising from public records dispute and related RICO lawsuit.