How Can I Recover My Attorney’s Fees in Florida?

How Can I Recover My Attorney’s Fees in Florida? 

Almost everyone that goes into a lawsuit wants to know if they can win their attorney’s fees if they win their case. After all, who wouldn’t want their attorney’s fees covered?    As a business litigation law firm in Florida, we are often asked this question by clients. Like most legal topics, the answer is…

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What Rights do Minority Shareholders Have in Florida?

What Rights do Minority Shareholders Have in Florida?

Shareholders in the state of Florida can be broadly categorized into two groups:    Majority Shareholders: Individuals or entities that own and control over 50 percent of a company’s shares, and  Minority Shareholders: Individuals or entities that own and control less than 50 percent of a company’s shares    Florida law grants majority shareholders the…

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How Outside General Counsel Can Help Protect Your Business

Outside General Counsel GC Benefits for Business

More and more, companies are turning to outside general counsel (“GCs”) for assistance with their legal needs. In the past, the dominant trend was for companies to hire full-time in-house counsel for legal assistance. Part of this trend was related to the state of technology, as older technology made in-house arrangements much more attractive. Another…

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Court-Appointed Receivership: Is it Better Than Bankruptcy?

If you’re facing bankruptcy for your financially distressed business, receivership may be a better option for you. A receivership is designed to protect a lender’s assets for an interim period, such as during a pending foreclosure or other litigation involving the business.     Today, we will cover court-appointed receiverships, and why they may be favorable to…

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The Process of Expelling a “Bad LLC Member” in Florida

Multi-member LLCs always have to grapple with the issue of dealing with an unruly, unlawful or otherwise dysfunctional partner. Unfortunately, LLC members sometimes fail to address the procedure for removing or expelling an unruly LLC member in their operating agreement. That being said, although establishing a removal procedure through an operating statement is ideal, LLC…

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Frazer Firm Featured in Abacoa and Alton Magazine

We are pleased to announce that Kent Frazer & The Frazer Firm are highlighted in the January 2022 issue of Abacoa and Alton Neighbors Magazine.   You can read our full feature here: Abacoa and Alton January 2022   Our business is protecting yours. Reach out to our experienced business litigation attorneys at The Frazer…

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Handling Landlord/Tenant Litigation

When brick-and-mortar businesses struggle and can no longer make rent, eviction looms. Commercial landlords and tenants must understand Florida rental laws to limit revenue loss. The Frazer Firm can help guide you through the process of preventing or navigating issues related to leasing defaults.    Here is a brief overview of what you need to…

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Selling the Company: Stock Sale or Asset Sale

Asset or Stock Sale Experienced Business Attorney Explains

If you are considering a sale of your business, there are two common types of sales that you will likely have to choose from: selling the stock of the company or selling the company’s assets.     Weighing out the pros and cons is important, as each varies widely with how you will be taxed and how…

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