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Civil Litigation

At Mejia Shehadeh Giannamore, PLLC you’ll find committed, experienced south florida attorneys in the area of civil litigation. Choose a practice area from the tabs below for more information.

Civil Litigation Disputes

Civil litigation issues can arise can be vast, anywhere from a real estate dispute to debt collections.

Civil Forfeiture

Most people don’t realize that under civil forfeiture law, the government has much control over and the power to seize your assets.

ADA Compliance Law

Business owners have a lot to consider when it comes to running a successful business. One of those considerations is ensuring that the business and its facility is accessible to people with disabilities.

ADA Compliance

Business owners have a lot to consider when it comes to running a successful business. One of those considerations is ensuring that the business and its facility is accessible to people with disabilities. The federal government ensures that businesses are accessible to people with disabilities through what is known as the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).

Receiving an ADA Complaint

If your business is facing an action for injunctive relief based on ADA violations, Shehadeh Giannamore PLLC can provide effective legal representation and help you to ensure that your business is in compliance with the ADA in the most cost-effective manner possible.

Business Law

Mejia Shehadeh Giannamore, PLLC accepts a wide variety of business and commercial litigation ranging from partnership and shareholder disputes, commercial lease disputes, and breaches of contract..

Business Transaction Litigation

No matter what phase you are in with your own business or if you are looking to draft new policies for your existing business, we are here to help.

Condominium Association Law

Condominium and Homeowners Associations are tasked with the management of entire communities, often resembling a mini government. Management of a Condominium and Homeowners Association requires constant navigation of various legal issues…

Board Member Elections

It is essential to have an experienced condominium and homeowners attorney who will work aggressively and effectively to see that the Condominium and Homeowners Association is able to collect delinquent condo fees and assessments.

Collections and Enforcement of Association Assessments

It is essential to have an experienced condominium and homeowners attorney who will work aggressively and effectively to see that the Condominium and Homeowners Association is able to collect delinquent condo fees and assessments.

ADA Compliance Law

Business owners have a lot to consider when it comes to running a successful business. One of those considerations is ensuring that the business and its facility is accessible to people with disabilities. The federal government ensures that businesses are accessible to people with disabilities through what is known as the Americans with Disabilities Act…

After Receiving a Complaint?

If your business is facing an action for injunctive relief based on ADA violations, Shehadeh Giannamore PLLC can provide effective legal representation…

Real Estate Transactions and Representation

Businesses understand the consequences that can occur if their real estate transactions and other matters are not handled properly. Numerous entities come to Jay for his skill and representation.

Commercial Real Estate

From preparing or negotiating a real estate contract to requiring representation as you fight to defend your property from foreclosure, we will advise you to the fullest every step of the way.

Residential Real Estate

From title review to buy-sell agreements, our real estate attorneys have the knowledge and skill to represent your residential real estate needs.

Titles and Closings

Large investments come with lots of risk, so it is necessary to use an attorney who has extensive knowledge of Florida real estate law and a strong familiarity with the housing market.

Leases

Whether you are looking to create or renew a lease as a landlord with either current or prospective tenant, or you want to extend or modify the terms of an existing lease as a business property owner, we are always available to help.

FDA Compliance and Regulatory Services

At Mejia Shehadeh Giannamore, PLLC, we assist our globally-based clientele with a wide range of regulatory issues, including premarket notifications, or 510(k) submissions, removals from import alerts, reconditioning requests, responses to warning letters and a number of other services. More information about the types of services we provide may be accessed by clicking on the links on the sidebar to the right.

30-Day Notification - Dietary Supplements

In accordance with federal law and FDA regulations, we can help you with not only developing your product labeling but also with the drafting and submission of a 30-day notification. Also known as a DSHEA notification, from the law in which these requirements were founded, the Dietary Supplement Health and Education Act (“DSHEA”), these submissions are required under federal law.

510k/Premarket Clearance

Premarket notification or “510k clearance” is a prerequisite to the marketing and sale of most Class II medical devices. In order to secure a 510k clearance, device sponsors must demonstrate a device’s substantial equivalence to previously cleared devices or be considered substantially equivalent to a device that has been marketed prior to May 28, 1976.

Disease Claims

Because the FDA generally classifies the products it regulates based on intended use and ingredients found therein, among other considerations, an initial stage in determining how a product will be regulated is by looking to the intended use. The FDA generally determines the intended use of a product based on statements,

Health Claims

While there are different types of claims, i.e., health claims, disease claims, structure-function claims, some claims may cause a product to be subject to heightened regulation. For example, if a product is otherwise classified as a food but its labeling contains disease claims, the FDA will classify this product as a drug.

Import Issues And Reconditioning Requests

All too often importers of FDA-regulated goods find their products subject to seizure and detention upon importation into the United States for the failure to comply with labeling regulations and other applicable FDA requirements.

Ingredient Reviews

Ingredient reviews are used to determine whether particular products, as currently formulated, may be legally marketed in the United States without further regulatory approval.

Label Reviews

The FDA has very specific requirements for the labels of the products it regulates. In particular, the FDA requires certain statements to be made on the Principal Display Panel (PDP) of many FDA-regulated products, such as the Net Quantity of Contents, Statement of Identity, etc.

Marketing Content

Because in today’s information age, there are a number of ways to market and sell FDA-regulated products, including brochures, telemarketing, infomercials, etc., it is important to consider how statements made about a product through these various mediums may impact how a product is regulated by the FDA.

Nutrient Content Claims

Because the FDA generally classifies the products based on intended use and ingredients, among other considerations, an initial stage in determining how a product will be regulated is by looking to the intended use. The FDA generally determines the intended use of a product based on statements, called “claims,” made about a product, i.e.,

Organic And Natural Claims

Organic and Natural Claims – Labeling Reviews
At Mejia Shehadeh Giannamore, PLLC, a FDA regulatory lawyer can help you ensure FDA compliance by:

Outer Packaging Requirements

The FDA has very specific requirements for the labels of the products it regulates. In particular, the FDA requires certain statements to be made on the Principal Display Panel (PDP) of many FDA-regulated products, such as the Net Quantity of Contents, Statement of Identity, etc. However, it must be noted that the label requirements differ based on product classification.

Premarket Approval

The FDA regulates medical devices on a three-tier, risk-based approach. Class III medical devices, or high-risk medical devices, are typically subject to the most stringent regulatory requirements, including the submission of a premarket approval application (“PMA”).

Structure Function Claims
Supplement Facts Panels
Warning Letters
Website Reviews
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