Non-Compete Agreements in Florida
Florida's Homestead Exemption: Required Reading for All Florida Debtors, and Creditors Thereof
My firm has advised and represented individuals and small businesses alike in connection with the drafting and enforcement of non-compete agreements, non-solicitation agreements, and other contractual restraints.
The Bonderud Law Firm helps make things right for one couple.
This year, my firm has represented creditors and debtors in a multitude of commercial collections matters. In every case, Florida’s constitutional homestead exemption loomed large.
Andrew Bonderud interviewed by WJCT's First Coast Connect about current case.
The Yandells’ new attorney, Andrew Bonderud, said Christensen preyed upon sick people looking for hope.
“It sounded like he started off with good and pure intentions, but in the midst of their advocacy, they started abusing the trust of the clients and using people like the Yandells as guinea pigs to see what would happen. Let’s take this medical necessity idea and give it a run.”
The Bonderud Law Firm advocates against censorship from Jacksonville Judge
Activists with the group Photography Is Not a Crime, or PINAC, have filed a federal lawsuit against Jacksonville Chief Judge Mark Mahon after he issued an administrative order banning photography and videotaping outside the Duval County Courthouse.
The Bonderud Law Firm helps Daytona Beach Landlord Keep the City Accountable
“And that’s exactly what’s going on here. It’s alarming. It’s very, very alarming,” he said. “It’s perfectly analogous to the censorship that goes on in Cuba. It’s such a shame that I have to compare policy in Jacksonville, Florida, the shining city on a hill, to policies that have been used by an oppressive regime in Havana."
The Bonderud Law Firm represents a woman who was wrongfully arrested...twice.
Suit charges Daytona Beach's rental inspection program violates civil rights. The city has been hit with a federal civil rights lawsuit alleging its 2-year-old residential rental inspection program is unconstitutional.
His client had never been to Clay County, where the two felonies at issue occurred, before she was extradited there from Louisiana in January and jailed for nearly one month, Bonderud writes. Yet, even after the first mistaken arrest should have been apparent, Chiasson was arrested again, when she appeared in court in May for a status hearing in that case, for another crime in which the “real perp” was suspected.