Business Law | Fredric J. Bendremer, Attorney, Miami Beach, Florida

Fredric J. Bendremer, J.D., LL.M., M.P.A.

Attorney at Law





1688 Meridian Avenue, Suite 700

Miami Beach, FL 33139

Tel.: 786-522-2004





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Fredric J. Bendremer is an experienced business lawyer practicing in Miami Beach, Florida. Mr. Bendremer advises clients in the organization, financing, and operation of corporations, partnerships, and LLC's. In the course of his work, he assists clients with a variety of negotiations, contracts, transactions, and disputes. He also assists professionals and executives in partnership and employment matters.

Mr. Bendremer previously practiced at nationally known law firms in Miami and Boston and taught at a top tier law school in Boston. His publications have been cited and quoted in many legal articles, practice guides, and textbooks.

He holds the degrees of Juris Doctor (J.D.), Master of Laws (LL.M.) in banking and financial law, Master of Public Administration (M.P.A.), and Bachelor of Science (B.S.). While in law school, he served as executive editor of his law school’s law review and later graduated first in his class in his LL.M. program.

Mr. Bendremer is licensed to practice law in Florida and Massachusetts and is a member of the bars of several federal courts.




Corporate, Partnership & LLC Law

Business Purchases & Sales

Contract Law

Corporate Finance & Venture Capital

Commercial Loan Transactions

Executive & Professional Employment Agreements

Commercial Leasing




Master of Laws in Banking and Financial Law

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Boston University School of Law

1st in Class in American Banking Law Program
Graduate Banking Law Alumni Academic Achievement Award, Boston University School of Law


Juris Doctor

University of Miami School of Law

Executive Editor, University of Miami Law Review


Master of Public Administration

Northeastern University

Graduate Assistant, Northeastern University Graduate School of Arts & Sciences


Bachelor of Science

Northeastern University

High Honor




Florida Bar

Massachusetts Bar

U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit Bar

U.S. States District Court for the Southern District of Florida Bar

U.S. District Court for the District of Massachusetts Bar




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Delaware LLCs and Veil Piercing: Limited Liability Has Its Limitations [Download PDF]

Fordham Journal of Corporate & Financial Law


Those Delaware LLCs—Another Look: How They Could Work for You

Business Law Today

Republished as Chapter 3(B) in Business Planning: Financing the Start-Up Business and Venture Capital Financing, Aspen Publishers


Modern Portfolio Theory and International Investments Under the Uniform Prudent Investor Act

Real Property, Probate & Trust Journal


Applicability of Section 5 of the Federal Trade Commission Act to National Banks

Review of Banking & Financial Law


Two Reversals of Lender Liability—Much Ado About Nothing?

WG&L Banking Outlook (co-author)


The Unfair Immigration-Related Employment Practices Provision: A Modicum of Protection Against National Origin and Citizenship Status Discrimination

University of Miami Law Review (co-author)


McCleskey v. Kemp: Constitutional Tolerance for Racially Disparate Capital Sentencing

University of Miami Law Review (co-author)


Are Collection Actions and Foreclosures Your Best and Only Options? & Rights and Remedies of the Secured Party upon Default of the Debtor

Massachusetts Foreclosure and Repossession, National Business Institute


Debt Restructuring

The Legal Issues of Problem Collections in Massachusetts, National Business Institute




Peckham, Lobel, Casey, Prince & Tye, Boston, Massachusetts, Of Counsel

Hale and Dorr, Boston, Massachusetts

Stroock & Stroock & Lavan, Miami, Florida




Lecturer in Law

Boston University School of Law




Negotiation and Conflict Resolution, Project on Negotiation at Harvard Law School

Management of Financial Institutions & International Financial Management, Boston College Carroll School of Management




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