Michael C. Foster has substantial experience in a broad range of bankruptcy litigation matters, including, the defense and prosecution of fraudulent transfer claims, preference claims, non-dischargeability actions, turnover actions, and other complex bankruptcy litigation matters. Mr. Foster also regularly represents clients in general business litigation matters involving non-compete agreements, guarantor liability, directors and officers liability, breaches of contract, professional liability, landlord-tenant and real property disputes, RICO and unfair trade practice claims, and business torts. As a subset of his commercial litigation practice, Mr. Foster represents businesses and individuals in insurance coverage disputes, including claims regarding breach of contract, bad faith and declaratory relief.

Mr. Foster represents businesses and individuals from a wide variety of industries (including, construction and development, technology, consumer goods, manufacturing, entertainment, finance, and general and professional services), along with receivers, trustees and not-for-profit entities.


Click here to listen to Michael Foster discuss "How to deal with clients in Bankruptcy" on this segment of the Price of Business. 


  • Emory University, J.D. 1994

  • University of Miami, B.B.A. 1990

Honors & Awards

  • South Florida Legal Guide, Top Lawyers Since 2009
  • Super Lawyers 2013, 2014, 2015
  • Florida Trend Magazine Legal Elite 2011
  • Daily Business Review, Nominee Most Effective Lawyer 2008 (Administrative Law), 2010 (Intellectual Property Litigation) 
  • Dade County Bar Association, recognized for outstanding pro bono service 2007
  • South Florida Legal Guide, Top Up & Comers 2004, 2005, 2007, 2008
  • Peer Review Rated - AV Preeminent by Martindale Hubbell

Professional Associations & Memberships

  • American Bar Association-
  • Broward County Bar Association-
  • Dade County Bar Association-
  • Guardian ad Litem, pro bono service-
  • MACtown, Inc., Board of Directors-
  • The Florida Bar-

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