Henry Wulf, a trial lawyer, focuses on business litigation with an emphasis on issues concerning the ownership and use of commercial real estate in Florida, including foreclosures, landlord tenant disputes, eminent domain, easement disputes, and development rights.
Henry also handles commercial litigation related to contract disputes, the enforcement of use restriction or restrictive covenants, indemnity claims, construction, and related bankruptcy matters. His clients include Fortune500 companies.
Prior to joining Carlton Fields, Henry owned and managed a family business that rented properties in South Florida. As a result, he gained firsthand knowledge of the business problems that challenge his current clients. In most litigation matters, his primary goal is to help clients map out and execute an efficient and cost-effective strategic plan.
Henry also helped lead the firm’s efforts to integrate its legal services with the overall management of clients’ rental properties in landlord-tenant matters. This approach ensures efficiency and prompt responses to time-sensitive legal issues, eliminating delays when acting against delinquent tenants, and maximizing cost savings.
By developing comprehensive strategic plans for our clients’ developments and establishing direct communications with the property managers located at the rental properties, we have achieved lower overall default rates among tenants and minimized the time that units are not marketable due to non-paying tenants that remain in possession.
- Emory University School of Law (J.D., 1995)
- New College of Florida (B.A., 1991)
- Institute for European Studies
Professional & Community Involvement:
- International Council of Shopping Centers
- Member and Law Conference Moderator
- The Florida Bar
- American Bar Association
- Palm Beach County Bar Association
- U.S. Navy Reserve (Ret.)
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