Florida Business Litigation Blog


Navigating Business After Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Everyone is ready to get back to business and for business to get back to normal.  However, it appears that we are going to have a new normal in the business world.  At first, we will likely see businesses taking … Read Full Post

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Understanding The FFCRA and CARES Act: What it Means for You, Your Business and the Economy

Over the past month, COVID-19 has caused significant damage to U.S. businesses and workers. In response, the federal government has sought to stem the tide with measures designed to keep companies solvent, workers retained and compensated, and unemployed individuals above … Read Full Post

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Cyber Crime and Computer Fraud Insurance: Is Your Business Covered?

In today’s digital world, there are many scams that fraudsters employ to steal money and information from your company.  Those computer-based scams include hacking, phishing, ransom-ware, and spoofing to name only a few. The first step in protecting against these … Read Full Post

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Mitigating Commercial Losses From the Reaction to the Coronavirus (COVID-19)

In addition to the concern over actually contracting the Coronavirus (“COVID-19”), business owners have additional concerns, to wit:  how the reaction to COVID-19 will impact their business and how they can protect their business and mitigate losses during this volatile … Read Full Post

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Construction Project Notice and Documentation: The Sword and the Shield

Almost every construction contract or subcontract contains provisions regarding the manner in which notice must be provided to the other party under the contract regarding significant issues on the construction project, including delays, unforeseen conditions, or other claims.  Compliance with … Read Full Post

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Does the Failure to Provide Adequate Parking Constitute a Material Breach of a Commercial Lease Agreement?

Adequate parking is essential to most businesses.  Sufficient parking is needed for a business’s employees, customers or vendors.  Most commercial lease agreements will address parking or will address common areas, which may include parking.  Depending on a tenant’s business, adequate … Read Full Post

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Community Stormwater Systems 101

A homeowner association and a condominium association have a duty to maintain their common property.  That duty is generally provided for in Florida Statutes and the express duties are usually set forth in the Declaration of Covenants and Restrictions.  For … Read Full Post

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What is a Prior Material Breach and What Does it Mean for My Contract?

Most lawyers can recite the elements for a cause of action for breach of contract.  However, not as many lawyers can explain the effect of a prior material breach on a contract.  This article analyzes prior material breaches and the … Read Full Post

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The SAFE Banking Act and Cannabis: Why Banks Should Take Notice

Although the attention of the political world is currently drawn to impeachment hearings and the countless nominees vying for the Democratic presidential nomination, Congress has still found time to work on a bill that would allow banking institutions to transact … Read Full Post

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The Professional Service Corporation: A Deeper Dive Into Florida Statute Chapter 621

The P.A., or P.L.L.C.  is a corporate structure specifically designed for various licensed professionals who wish to hang their shingle and start their own practice.  Fla. Stat. Ch. 621, also known as the Professional Service Corporation and Limited Liability Company … Read Full Post

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