Catherine's experience includes the representation of Fortune 50 companies and individuals at all stages of litigation in state, federal, and administrative forums. She has represented clients in a wide range of industries, including health care, hospitality, technology, national retail, banking, and other financial services.
Alia works with companies ranging from newly formed starters to publicly traded corporations and provides transactional legal representation ranging from corporate transactions to matters of data law. As a former software engineer with experience in web-based application development spanning a number of industries, including the telecommunications, entertainment, and business-to-business services, she routinely advises clients on information security, privacy, information governance, intellectual property licensing, technology contracting, corporate transactions, software and data asset transfers, social media, and Internet-related matters.
Virginia has been a commercial litigator and appellate lawyer for over thirty years, specializing in complex business tort and contract litigation, including extensive experience in class action defense. She also has a practice concentration in trust and estate litigation. In addition, she has considerable experience advising financial institutions and money services businesses in regulatory and operational matters. She has appeared before every appellate court in Florida, as well as the federal Sixth and Eleventh Circuits.
David’s practice focuses on the representation of clients across a variety of industries in complex commercial litigation and regulatory matters. David has extensive experience representing serial entrepreneurs, banking institutions, financial service providers, commercial landlords, and Fortune 20 companies in state and federal courts throughout Florida and beyond in contractual disputes, tort claims, evictions, and commercial foreclosures. David is also engaged in the representation of financial service providers in various regulatory matters, including cryptocurrency-related compliance matters.
Karen Middlekauff concentrates her practice at Losey on business litigation, commercial real estate, and family law. Karen has extensive experience with dissolution of marriage, alimony, asset and liability distribution, attorneys' fees actions, establishment of paternity, or, in the case of same-sex parents, establishment of parentage, child support, child custody, visitation, and timesharing arrangements. Karen additionally handles prenuptial agreements, domestic violence injunctions, and estate planning.
Lynne has been privileged to represent clients in a wide variety of commercial real estate matters for more than 30 years. She has worked with diverse asset classes, including land, shopping centers, apartments, office, industrial, condominiums, hotels, churches and residential developments. Her intensive experience includes complex commercial sales and acquisitions, due diligence, leasing, financing, development and entitlements. Lynne also has significant experience with land use, zoning and entitlements. She has represented clients in negotiation of Chapter 163 agreements, zoning hearings, and land use litigation