Litigation Holds – Triggers and Reasons to Comply

Almost everyone has seen a movie or TV show in which a lawyer dramatically produces a surprise witness or document ...
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What to Expect When Your Business Dispute Goes to Court

Many businesses resolve their disputes before they reach litigation. But occasionally, a business cannot resolve its dispute with a vendor, ...

Received a Subpoena in Florida? Here Are the Steps to Take

Most people will never hire a lawyer, file a lawsuit, or testify in court. But business owners are much more ...
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How Do I Protect My Business With a Non-Compete Provision?

Florida courts routinely enforce non-compete clauses in contracts with employees, contractors, and consultants.  But the non-compete clause must meet certain ...
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Should My Business Require COVID Waivers?

The COVID-19 pandemic has created a new normal for large and small businesses alike. Mask mandates are in place in ...
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Can Businesses Require Employees to Mask Up After Government Mandates Have Been Lifted?

In the past few months, many state governments have discontinued their mask mandates. In some instances, lifting mask mandates has ...
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Best Practices When Your Business Faces Litigation 

Business-related disputes can arise for a wide variety of reasons. Disagreements can involve customers, employees, vendors, or business partners. Some ...
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“Improved” SBA EIDL Program is Good for Liquidity

In early April 2021, the Small Business Association implemented changes to their Economic Injury Disaster Loan program (EIDL). With these ...

Is Your Company At Risk Of Deadlock?

At the planning and inception stage, it is common for two business partners to split everything “50/50.”  It seems at ...