Dedicated to the Success of Your Business Liles Gavin was established in downtown Jacksonville over twenty-five years ago by Rutledge R. Liles, following his tenure as president of the Florida Bar. Mr. Liles started the firm to provide personalized legal services to his business and professional clients. Since its inception, the firm has continued to grow, opening a second office in Tallahassee, Florida in 2016. Our clients range from individuals to small businesses to Fortune 500 companies. We assist and advise entrepreneurs who are starting new businesses as well as established businesses facing legal challenges.
The firm and its attorneys have been rated “AV” by Martindale Hubbell, which is the highest peer rating standard. The firm’s attorneys have also been regularly recognized in Florida Trend’s Legal Elite (top 2%), Superlawyers (top 5%), and Best Lawyers.
Client Review for Robert Bruce George | November 13, 2011
It's been almost 3 years since we've hired Mr. George, and we have yet to see anything has been done by Mr. George. He has not returned our phone calls, emails, or messages. He has our money, but we have yet to see any work be done.
It's been almost 3 years since we've hired Mr. George, and we have yet to see anything has been done by Mr. George. He has not returned our phone calls, emails, or messages. He has our money, but we have yet to see any work be done. Read less
In this case, the Second District Court of Appeal affirmed the trial court’s refusal to vacate a default and final judgment of foreclosure. The homeowners, the Dages, waited more than two years after entry of the final judgment before moving to vacate the default and judgment. In December 2008, Deutsche Bank filed a foreclosure complaint […]
In this case, Florida’s Third District Court of Appeal overturned the trial court’s decision to give mortgage holder Deutsche Bank, who provided refinancing to pay off an existing first mortgage, a priority lien ahead of a duly and previously recorded second mortgage held by two individuals, the Shermans. The trial court granted Deutsche Bank priority […]
Florida’s Third District Court of Appeal reaffirmed the continuing vitality of Florida’s statute of frauds, Section 725.01, Florida Statutes. In this case, Rosa LaRue sued her former employer, Kalex, for breach of an oral employment contract. In February 2006, LaRue took a job with Kalex as vice-president with a starting annual salary of $140,000, plus […]
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