Muller Law Successfully Defends Caribbean Business

Muller Law recently won the settlement of an action brought by the U.S. Small Business Administration against a St. Croix-based client caught up in a Rhode Island federal court receivership. The action concerned a complex web of real estate issues such as government leases, a timeshare estate, overlapping court decisions, easements, and subleases, on a tiny resort island off the coast of St. Croix in the U.S. Virgin Islands.  The SBA fought to invalidate the sublease of the Muller Law client.  If successful, the SBA’s suit would have run the established company out of business.  Muller Law aggressively defended the government’s suit, preserving the client’s ability to remain in business in St. Croix.