Trusted Counsel In Extraordinary Times

Delivering Valued Guidance And Powerful Advocacy

Genovese Joblove & Battista, P.A. brings the highest professional standards and personalized service to businesses, individuals, and institutions throughout the United States. Drawing on their deep legal skills, training, and experience, the firm’s attorneys provide the highest level of guidance and advocacy on behalf of our clients to resolve challenging matters.

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Our Commitment

As a major law firm with offices in Miami, Fort Lauderdale, and Tampa, and an affiliate office in Caracas, GJB has the resources to handle the most complex business matters and disputes. The firm’s diverse legal team focuses on achieving our clients’ business, financial and legal objectives efficiently, expeditiously, and in a cost-effective manner.

Our Practice

Through the decades, GJB has built strong practices in bankruptcy, insolvency litigation, business restructuring, and complex commercial disputes, including franchise litigation. The firm’s attorneys handle significant fiduciary engagements, such as receiverships involving businesses engaged in wrongdoing. GJB also represents clients in white collar, real estate, employment law, government law, class actions, and securities litigation matters.

Featured Attorney Profile

Theresa Van Vliet

Theresa Van Vliet concentrates her practice on white collar and securities litigation as well as civil and compliance matters, including international fraud and money laundering, Ponzi schemes, health care, Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, and general fraud offenses; USA Patriot Act of 2001 and Bank Secrecy Act and negotiations with federal law enforcement entities.

In The News 

South Florida Business Journal – July 1, 2021

Miami hotel development site listed for sale after bankruptcy settlement approved

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Fort Myers News Press – June 30, 2021

It’s official: Hertz emerges from bankruptcy, with changes to board

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Franchise Times – June 14, 2021

Will COVID-19 Change Franchise Law? Not Significantly, Say Legal Eagles

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