Michael Esposito regularly advises, counsels, and represents clients in relation to various negotiations and complex litigation cases focusing in the areas of commercial disputes, consumer finance, contract law, corporate matters, employment issues, real estate, regulatory inquiries, and class actions. Michael has extensive experience representing clients in all phases of litigation including, but not limited to, alternative dispute resolution, discovery, motion practice, oral argument, and trial, whether in appellate, federal, or state court as well as arbitration proceedings.
Additionally, Michael routinely defends businesses in disputes relating to the following state and federal statutes:
- Americans With Disabilities Act (“ADA”);
- Equal Credit Opportunity Act (“ECOA”);
- Fair Credit Reporting Act (“FCRA”);
- Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (“FDCPA”);
- Florida Consumer Collection Practices Act (“FCCPA”);
- Florida Deceptive and Unfair Trade Practices Act (“FDUTPA”);
- Florida Telephone Solicitation Act (“FTSA”);
- Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act (“RESPA”);
- Telephone Consumer Protection Act (“TCPA”); and
- Truth-in-Lending Act (“TILA”).
Michael also has extensive experience in defending and prosecuting claims relating to title and lien priority, tax deed sales, code enforcement, zoning, eminent domain, and disputes arising under Florida's Landlord and Tenant Act.
Prior to practicing law, Michael worked in the financial services industry as a risk analyst and trust operation analyst.