Litigation Attorneys & Trial Lawyers

At Walsh Banks Law our litigation attorneys have over 50 years combined experience both prosecuting and defending individuals and corporations in all manner of civil litigation and commercial litigation matters in state court, federal court and at the appellate level.

Whether you are prosecuting a lawsuit or defending a lawsuit we will aggressively and effectively represent you.

Our litigation lawyers have one goal in mind; resolving the dispute. We have the experience and the expertise to provide sound legal advice and representation throughout the entire litigation process; from mediation and arbitration, required in most cases under Florida law, through to, if necessary, a trial.

We have successfully represented clients in general business, construction, banking, commercial finance and real estate industries. From basic business contract disputes, non-compete agreements, shareholder disputes, to complex commercial and civil litigation we are committed to providing the best legal representation possible.

We will always initially provide preventative advice and counsel so that costly and time consuming litigation can be avoided. When an amicable resolution cannot be reached we will provide aggressive and effective representation.

Construction Litigation

Our attorneys have substantial experience representing owners, contractors, subcontractors, and materialmen/suppliers prosecuting and defending all types of construction related disputes in court and arbitration.

  • AAA Construction Industry arbitration
  • Bond Claims
  • Construction Defects
  • Construction Liens
  • Lien foreclosure
  • Construction Contract Disputes
  • Faulty Work
  • Indemnification
  • Professional Malpractice
  • Subrogation
  • Third-party practice

Commercial & Business Litigation

We have handled a wide variety of complex commercial & business litigation matters that affected businesses and individuals in a broad range of circumstances ranging from breach of contract, non-compete agreements to shareholder disputes, fraud and other business torts.

  • Breach of fiduciary duty
  • Civil conspiracy
  • Class action defense
  • Complex commercial litigation
  • Contract Disputes
  • Conversion and civil theft
  • Credit agreement defaults
  • Deceptive and unfair trade practices
  • Declaratory judgments
  • Fraud
  • Injunctions
  • Intentional infliction of emotional distress
  • Non-compete agreements
  • Shareholder disputes
  • Tortious interference
  • Tresspass

Learn more about our business litigation services

Banking Regulatory Litigation

We have represented both federally chartered and state chartered financial institutions in various banking regulatory matters in state and federal court, including alleged violations of federal and state banking laws and class action defense. We have also represented federal regulatory agency defending claims of fraud and breach of warranties.

  • Account holder disputes
  • Regulatory violations
  • At-par statues
  • Bank secrecy act
  • Check kiting
  • Class action defense
  • Conspiracy to commit securities fraud
  • FDIC regulations
  • Federal Reserve regulations
  • Florida Financial Institutions Code
  • Florida OFR regulations
  • GLB Act
  • National Bank Act
  • Non-accountholder disputes
  • OFAC regulations
  • OCC regulations
  • USA Patriot Act

Real Estate Litigation

We represent clients in both commercial real estate and residential real estate matters; including commercial and residential foreclosures, tenant evictions and breach of real estate contracts

  • Breach of lease
  • Breach of real estate contracts
  • Real estate contract disputes
  • HOA law representation
  • Landlord /Tenant eviction

Downtown Orlando Office

790 N. Orange Ave
Orlando, FL 32801
Phone: (407) 259-2426
Toll Free: (866) 801-2636
Fax: (407) 391-3626

Metrowest Orlando Office

7065 Westpointe Blvd., Ste 311
Orlando, FL 32825


Walsh Banks Law is a boutique law firm located in Orlando, Florida. We specialize in business law, real estate law and commercial litigation.