Kyle B. Teal
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Kyle B. Teal

Associate

Miami, FL
 
 
 

How Kyle Helps Clients

Kyle is a trial attorney who represents businesses in state and federal courts. He focuses his practice on complex business litigation, healthcare related disputes, and eminent domain and inverse condemnation matters. He also assists clients in navigating trade secret protections, public records laws and First Amendment rights.

Kyle has secured millions of dollars in compensation and damages for the benefit of property owners. He has also successfully defended local governments in a variety of land use and civil rights disputes. Kyle first gained trial and appellate litigation experience as a certified legal intern for the Miami-Dade Public Defender’s Office in 2011.

Kyle received the Florida Bar Journal’s 2016 Excellence in Writing award, the 2012 ALI-ABA Scholarship and Leadership award and the CALI Excellence for the Future award for appellate advocacy. During law school, he served as editor-in-chief of his law review and was a finalist in various moot court competitions.

Prior to his legal career, Kyle worked as a newspaper, magazine and television reporter in Key West, Orlando and Miami. He is a proud Honorary Conch.

What Clients Can Expect

Kyle approaches his clients’ conflicts with dogged resolve and absolute focus on achieving the desired results. Looking out for the best interest of his clients is paramount to Kyle, and all causes are advanced with the objective of efficiently fulfilling client goals. Kyle strives to minimize business exposure and expense, an objective that is at the forefront of every strategy employed.

My clients’ problems are my problems. I feel personally invested in their success and understand that costly and protracted litigation should always be viewed as a last resort. I find that my clients’ goals are most efficiently achieved through the use of finesse, attention and grit.

Outside the Office

Born and raised in Florida, Kyle enjoys eating, reading and traveling in his spare time. More than anything, he enjoys spending time with his wife and two little boys, Jackson and James.

Proof Points

  • Litigated and successfully negotiated favorable results in dozens of eminent domain and property rights cases on behalf of a variety of property owners, from farmers to multinational investors and developers.
  • Successfully obtained an order of dismissal on behalf of a nursing home that was sued by a former employee for wrongful termination.
  • Successfully defended a municipality in a land use challenge over growth-oriented amendments to its code of ordinances. An aggressive litigation approach resulted in dismissal of the lawsuit.
  • Obtained the dismissal of an action brought against a major insurance carrier by establishing lack of coverage under the terms of the policy.
  • Obtained a favorable decision from the Third District Court of Appeal reversing a ruling excluding evidence of prior bad acts to prove a defendant’s state of mind.