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Solnick Law P.A.

(954) 321-0176

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Practice Areas

  • Employment

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Experience matters, and Peter Solnick, managing partner at Solnick Law in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, brings experience to the practice of business and employment law. A graduate of the University of Miami in 1997and Villanova University School of Law in 2000, Solnick honed his business experience in Pennsylvania, where he focused on labor and employment law. After returning to Florida, Solnick became the managing partner of Solnick Law and focused his concentration on both employment law and business litigation, where he became an expert on the major federal laws impacting business law: Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 (EEOC); the American with Disabilities Act (ADA); the Age Discrimination Act (ADEA); the Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA); and the Fair Labor Standards Act.

As the above range of statutes suggests, business law is an incredibly complex area because it ranges from simple contract transactions to complex civil rights issues. Moreover, many of the state and federal statutes involved in business law have associated administrative agencies, which can impose reporting requirements that function like statutes of limitations and can bar suit if a complaint is not timely filed with the appropriate administrative agency, even if the suit is brought within its actual statute of limitations. What this means for litigants facing business law disputes is that they need the help of an expert who is well-versed in both federal and state employment and business law statutes and can ensure compliance with the whole range of statutes. To discuss your employment and labor law, wage and hour law, breach of contract, contract disputes, contract negotiation, civil rights, commercial litigation, business litigation, partnership disputes, insurance litigation,; real estate litigation, collection, or foreclosure with an expert, contact Solnick Law at 954-321-0176 or visit their website at: