Debt relief companies are often not the answer

Debts can become overwhelming at any time, but especially now, when so many are unemployed and struggling through the COVID-19 pandemic, sequestered at home with little income flowing. Linda Worton Jackson, chair of the Bankruptcy/Restructuring and Corporate Transactions Groups with the Pardo Jackson law firm in Miami, said it costs no more to have a bankruptcy lawyer review your case …

Stevan Pardo, Linda Worton Jackson Named “Top Lawyers” by South Florida Legal Guide

MIAMI, FL – Nov. 11, 2019 – Pardo Jackson Gainsburg is pleased to announce that Stevan Pardo and Linda Worton Jackson have been named  “Top Lawyers” by the South Florida Legal Guide for 2020. Stevan is recognized for his work in Real Estate/Construction Law and Linda for her work in Bankruptcy/Restructuring/Corporate Transaction Law. For nearly two decades, SFLG has proven …

Pardo Jackson Gainsburg Among “Best Law Firms” 2020 by U.S. News & World Report and Best Lawyers

MIAMI, FL – Nov. 1, 2019 – Pardo Jackson Gainsburg, PL is pleased to announce that the firm has been recognized by U.S. News – Best Lawyers® as among “Best Law Firms” in the Miami metro area in both Construction and Real Estate law. Pardo Jackson Gainsburg serves a diverse client base in the construction industry, including owners, developers, contractors, …

Stevan Pardo Recipient of Forever Duke Award

MIAMI, FL – October 25, 2019 – Pardo Jackson Gainsburg, PL, is pleased to announce that its founder, Stevan Pardo, was awarded the Forever Duke Award on October 12, during the university’s Homecoming celebration. The honor is given to those who exemplify exceptional volunteer service to Duke and its alumni association. Stevan earned both his undergraduate degree in Public Policy …

Lawsuit could lead to sale of $74M Brickell property

A Chinese company that invested in a development site in Miami’s Brickell neighborhood has filed a lawsuit seeking the sale of the property. Pardo Jackson attorneys Stevan Pardo and Nicole Rekant represent the plaintiff. The South Florida Business Journal’s Brian Bandell wrote about the litigation involving the the 2.78-acre site. Click here to read more.