Spoliation of evidence is when a person destroys, tampers with, hides, or withholds evidence that is relevant for a court case. Spoliation of evidence is a crime, and those accused of it can face criminal punishments if they are found guilty of it. There are many different ways through which a person can spoil evidence.
Born and raised in Central Florida, Paul is a transactional lawyer with expertise in areas related to real estate and lending. His practice includes the representation of clients in matters related to purchase and sale transactions, business and asset acquisitions, banking and loan collateralization, private equity, land use and development, condominiums and time-sharing. He has substantial experience with business entities at all stages of development, including structuring and formation matters, traditional and non-traditional financing arrangements, employment and other business agreements, and regularly advises clients in connection with corporate governance matters, fiduciary duty issues and transactional matters.
Paul has served as a counsel for several banks, and currently serves as a director of Seacoast National Bank’s Advisory Board. He also oversees the firm’s satellite television anti-piracy initiative on behalf of DirecTV.Paul attended Princeton University, receiving his Bachelor of Arts degree in English in 1987. Paul received his law degree from Duke University School of Law in 1990.
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1031 West Morse Boulevard Suite 350 Winter Park, Florida