For over 25 years, Zebersky Payne Shaw Lewenz (“ZPSL”) has handled high-stakes commercial litigation, sophisticated business transactions, wrongful death, personal injury, and class action litigation across the United States and the world. This includes recent domestic matters in Florida, New York, Delaware, California, Arizona, North Carolina, Ohio, Maryland, Illinois, Georgia, and Michigan, and international matters in Israel, Latin America, Cayman Islands, Italy, Switzerland, and more. Zebersky Payne Shaw Lewenz has represented clients ranging from consumers and individuals, to c-suite executives and start-up businesses, to mid-market corporations and Fortune 500 companies.
ZPSL’s litigators and trial attorneys have represented corporations, individuals, and groups of individuals in the most complex and consequential of legal matters. The team has obtained over 500 million dollars in client recovery as well as defense wins in bet-the-company litigation involving business torts, securities and stockholder litigation, class action litigation, personal injury cases, and wrongful death matters.
The ZPSL Business Transactions Practice Group has advised several early and growth stage companies in connection with multiple investments of several hundred million dollars in the form of SAFEs, convertible notes and priced round financings. At the same time, the team has represented clients in connection with international bank mergers and the sale of household-name telecom corporations.
Because of its success and respect among clients and peers, ZPSL and its lawyers have been nationally recognized by U.S. News and World Reports, the Wall Street Journal as “Top Attorneys in Florida”; the South Florida Legal Guide as “Top Lawyers and Law Firms”; Florida Trend Magazine as “Top Florida Attorneys” and “Legal Elite”; The National Law Journal; and The Daily Business Review. The team is also consistently recognized by peer review and performance review organizations such as “Super Lawyers,” “Best Lawyers,” and Martindale-Hubbell, maintaining a 5.0 A.V. rating.