The Orlando Criminal Defense Attorneys of NeJame Law in Central Florida, have been defending the rights of those charged with all type of criminal offenses for over 25 years. We are experienced in all Courts, whether they are State, Federal or Juvenile. Additionally, the Central Florida Criminal Defense Attorneys at NeJame Law have handled cases throughout approximately fifteen (15) states throughout the United States, as well as in the Virgin Islands. Mark NeJame, the Firm's Senior Partner and Founder, has compiled a team of criminal defense attorneys who are experienced and capable in virtual every type of criminal defense case.
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Have you or a loved one been injured? Are you facing a dispute with an insurance company? You need a personal injury attorney from NeJame Law on your case. The personal injury attorneys at NeJame Law spent many years defending insurance companies and are now putting that experience to work for individuals, like you, who have been injured. We make sure that our clients get adequate financial compensation for any injuries they have received. Our personal injury lawyers are dedicated to their clients and provide the representation that you need to fight big insurance companies that want to deny your claims.
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Have you stopped making payments on your loan? Have you received a final demand letter from the bank demanding full payment of the outstanding balance of your loan? Have you been served with foreclosure papers?
Foreclosure is the process whereby the mortgage holder (i.e. the bank) sues the borrower (i.e. homeowner) to secure title to the property in partial or full satisfaction of the outstanding balance of the mortgage holder’s note when the borrower has violated and failed to cure the material term(s) of the note, mortgage and loan agreement. The most common uncured, mortgage violation default is the non-payment of the outstanding loan debt.
NeJame Law provides many services related to the formation, structuring, capitalization, governance, sale and purchase of businesses. Our attorneys have extensive experience providing business owners advice on choosing a corporate form (C-Corporation, S-Corporation, LLC), articles of incorporation and protection for corporate board members as well as guidance on how to protect intellectual property, buy-sell, employment and other contracts and on how to structure internet businesses.
Whether you have personal or commercial real estate issues, the skilled practitioners at NeJame Law have the experience to take on any challenge. If you’re in need of foreclosure defense, seeking a loan modification or considering bankruptcy, our team has the knowledge to advise you, the understanding to help you through a difficult time and the strength to stand up to big banks for your rights.
If you’re a developer or a building owner involved in a landlord-tenant dispute, attempting to negotiate a development agreement or mired in a regulatory action, our attorneys have the experience to negotiate and the confidence to litigate if that is in your best interest.
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Quiet Title Actions
Assignments of Rents, Leases & Profits
If you’ve suffered because of the actions of another or have been accused of harming someone’s interest and are being sued, the attorneys at NeJame Law have broad experience pursuing and defending civil litigation. We understand that litigation can be stressful and costly. Our team can provide you with sound strategies to best position you for mediation and settlement before a matter reaches the courts.
If you’re a software developer, author, filmmaker or the owner of a business that creates products, designs or unique formulas or processes, you are the owner of intellectual property. But to retain its value, you need to take positive steps to protect your property. The attorneys at NeJame Law are highly experienced in intellectual property protection, licensing and litigation.
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Issues of family law — child custody, child support, divorce, guardianship — are especially sensitive. The family law attorneys of NeJame Law have the experience and the compassion to help you with any situation you may be facing.
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Bankruptcy filings in the United States can fall under one of several chapters of the Bankruptcy Code, such as Chapter 7 (which involves liquidation of assets), Chapter 11 (company or individual "reorganizations") and Chapter 13 (debt repayment with lowered debt covenants or payment plans).
Our attorneys are specialized in handling even the most complex of bankruptcies including Chapter 12 and more.
• an original work of authorship;
• the work must be fixed in a tangible medium; and
• there must be a minimal amount of creativity.
Copyrights do not protect your ideas. They protect the tangible expression of your ideas.
Do I need a Copyright?
The owner of a copyright has exclusive rights to do and authorize others to do the following:
• Reproduce the work
• Prepare derivative works based upon the work
• Distribute copies of the work
• Perform or display the work publicly
To receive these exclusive rights and to be able to bring a lawsuit for copyright infringement, you must first obtain a copyright.
How do I obtain a Copyright?
A copyright is automatically secured as soon as you "create" an original work. A "poor man's copyright" can be obtained by sending a copy of your work to yourself, but is not a substitute for an officially registered copyright.
To be federally protected by copyright laws you must register your copyright by completing an application (paper or online) and sending it, with the correct application fee, to the Library of Congress Copyright Office. Registration becomes effective upon receipt of your application.
Once it has been determined that your application is acceptable and meets all necessary requirements, your registration is assigned a number and catalogued online. The application process is complex and a Copyright attorney from NeJame Law would be more than happy to assist you in the process.
How long does a Copyright last?
For works created after January 1, l978 copyright protection lasts for the life of the author plus an additional 70 years. Special anonymous works and works created prior to January 1, 1978, have different copyright durations
What is Copyright enforcement?
Properly registering your copyright with the Library of Congress Copyright office establishes a public record. Therefore, if you have properly registered your copyright, you have a cause of action against anyone who then copies your work. When determining whether a copyright has been illegally copied upon there is a 2 part test that is used: (1) Access-whether the alleged infringer had access to the copyrighted work and (2) Substantial similarity-whether the copied work is substantially similar to the original copyrighted work. Once it has been established that the copyrighted work has been infringed, the holder of the copyright may take action! At this point you need a copyright attorney who has experience in copyright enforcement.
There are three forms of indirect copyright infringement:
• Contributory Infringement: this happens when someone knowingly induces, causes, or materially contributes to the infringing conduct of another
• Vicarious Infringement Liability: this is when someone who has the right and the ability to supervise the copyright infringer also has an obvious and direct financial interest in the infringement of the copyrighted materials.
• Intentional Inducement of Indirect Infringement Liability: This occurs when someone distributes a device or product with the clear object of promoting its use to infringe copyrights. The distributor of the device or product will be held liable for any resulting acts of infringement that result.
If you think that your copyright has been infringed or you would like legal assistance to enforce your copyright, call a copyright attorney at NeJame Law.
We handle a variety
of cases involving:
A trademark includes any word, name, symbol, device, or any combination, used or intended to be used to identify and distinguish the goods/services of one seller or provider from those of others, and to indicate the source of the goods/services. MORE
A patent is granted to an inventor "to exclude others from making, using, offering for sale, or selling the invention throughout the United States or importing the invention to the United States." 35 U.S.C. 154(1). MORE
Electronic Discovery (eDiscovery)
At NeJame Law we are well equipped to help you with all of your Technology Law issues. Partner, Attorney Tom Sadaka, is in charge of the firm's Technology Law and Intellectual Property Law practice. MORE
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