Kelly Daoud, now Hyman, who at that time in 2005 was living in her father’s apartment along with her brother Alexander, never came to my office to retain me to form the corporation, prepare the purchase contract, or institute the litigation. She no doubt was instrumental in having me fired as attorney for the Plaintiff in Bouganvilla Investments, Inc. vs. Jordan Schwartz, but for sure she had nothing to do with initially hiring me or making the initial payments to me. All of that was done by her father, Alex Daoud. The fact that Kelly (Daoud) Hyman was the “incorporator” of the corporation says nothing about her “ownership interest”, if any, in the corporation. Mrs. Hyman’s attorney, Bernardo Burstein, is listed by the Secretary of the State of Florida as “incorporator” of three corporations: 2142 S Palm Circle, Inc. in 2005, Lydia Entertainment, Inc. in 2007, and The Guitar Nook, Inc. in 2012. Does Mr. Burstein claim an “ownership interest” in any of these corporations by virtue of having been the “incorporator”? I doubt it.