Teisha Powell Law Offices was founded by attorney, and small business owner, Teisha Powell, Esq., Ms. Powell, worked as a Solo Practitioner in the area of Litigation for 18 years. Ms. Powell attended Nova Southeastern University and obtained a Juris Doctor degree and scored an A in property law and Corporate law. During law school, Ms. Powell served as an Articles Editor for Nova Law Review, a flagship student publication. U.S. News & World Report, ranked Nova Legal Writing programs number 19, Nationally and number 2 in Florida.
As a Florida litigation Firm, for the past 18 years, Ms. Powell solo practitioner firm focused on the following areas: Security litigation with lenders, Finance Law, Corporate Law, Real Estate Law, Debtor settlement, Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy, Foreclosure defense, Loss mitigation, Forbearance agreements, Debt settlement, First Party Property Claim
, Slip and Fall, Accident Insurance, Insurance claim and other. Ms. Powell got her security experience early in life when at the age of 27, she opened a Hedge Fund for her client. During the 2008 foreclosure bubble, Ms. Powell sued major banks on RICO claims, usury loans and predatory loans.
Most of Ms. Powell executive clients cannot be mentioned (for confidential purposes), but two notable clients that can be mentioned are: General Electric against Department of Justice and the Late Fred DeLuca, Co-founder of Subway.
Some of the lenders, Insurance companies that Ms. Powell sued or settled with for clients include but is not limited to:
JP Morgan Chase
Bank of America
Countrywide Home Loans
Aurora Loan Services
Lloyds of London
Universal Property Management