Experienced in fraud, contracts, corporate governance, fraudulent transfer, professional malpractice, real estate and other complex business litigation
Providing big firm level legal advice to clients about their toughest business disputes
As an associate in New York at one of the world's largest law firms, Latham & Watkins, Guy Giberson previously represented financial institutions and other corporations in numerous securities transactions that raised billions of dollars and provided regulatory and legal advice to some of the largest corporations in the world. After relocating to South Florida, Mr. Giberson worked at Tew Cardenas, LLP, one of Florida's elite litigation law firms, where he became a partner. While there, Mr. Giberson represented financial institutions, corporations, receivers, investors and other individuals in high stakes business disputes. Thereafter, Mr. Giberson was a partner at two other Miami law firms where he continued to represent companies, receivers and other individuals in their business disputes.
During his twenty years of practice, Mr. Giberson has recovered millions of dollars for his clients in fraud, fraudulent transfer and breach of contract actions and also defended clients in claims that total hundreds of millions of dollars. He has represented or asserted claims against most of the large financial institutions operating in South Florida and represented numerous bankers, doctors, contractors, lawyers and other professionals in their corporate and business disputes.
Mr. Giberson's business litigation experience has been focused mainly in the courts of Miami-Dade, Broward and Palm Beach Counties, but he has handled complex matters throughout Florida (particularly in Lee, Hillsborough and Sarasota Counties) and also outside of Florida (particularly in Georgia).
With Giberson Law, Mr. Giberson now seeks to bring his years of big firm and high stakes business law experience to a more select group of clients who seek efficient representation for their most challenging business disputes, including disputes involving:
- corporate governance (shareholder claims against directors and officers, partnership disputes and disputed dissolutions)
- fraudulent transfers
- piercing the corporate veil
- contract disputes
- real estate
- professional liability