About This Blog And Beck & Lee

It was early 2007 in Miami, and the long overheated South Florida real estate market was finally beginning to show signs of strain. Looking down the road, husband-and-wife attorneys Jared Beck and Elizabeth Lee Beck foresaw that aggressive, creative, and intelligent legal representation on behalf of victimized homebuyers and investors would soon be in high demand. So, the graduates of Harvard and Yale Law Schools left their high-paying jobs litigating for Fortune 500 companies, and founded their own practice, Beck & Lee.

Beck & Lee soon emerged as one of the foremost law practices dedicated to pursuing and protecting the rights of investors and real estate buyers harmed by the current and unprecedented global financial crisis.  Since its founding, Beck & Lee has recovered millions of dollars on behalf of its clients, usually on a contingency fee (percentage of recovery) basis, and has expanded its practice to include all types of litigation.  While the firm’s practice is concentrated in South Florida, Beck & Lee has successfully handled cases all across the state and in other jurisdictions such as California, Hawaii, and Nevada. Meanwhile, Jared Beck has become a sought-after commentator on television and in national and local print media. His blog (http://beckandlee.wordpress.com) regularly reports on these issues, and has developed a loyal readership among practitioners and non-practitioners alike.

 

Beck & Lee Trial Lawyers

Corporate Park at Kendall
12485 SW 137th Ave., Suite 205
Miami, Florida 33186
305-234-2060 Office | 786-664-3334 Fax

 
Homepage: www.beckandlee.com

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