How to Remove Negative Reviews from the Internet

We live in a world where anyone can post anything on the Internet. Some online reviewers don’t think their activities are illegal. These days, the Internet is the place to turn to find anything. More and more people use the Internet to search for businesses that can provide what they are looking for. One of…

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Force Majeure Clauses

Force Majeure Clauses in Contracts and How to Protect Yourself

What is a Force Majeure Clause? A force majeure clause is a contractual provision excusing one or both parties from obligations when there are circumstances beyond their control, and when these circumstances make executing the obligations in the contract impractical or impossible.

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Online Defamation

What Can You Do if You Have Been a Victim of Online Defamation?

What is Online Defamation? Internet trolls, business competitors, or former romantic partners may be intentionally trying to ruin your reputation by posting negative reviews or information abou you or your company. What can you do about online defamation? Defamation of character—usually shortened to just “defamation”—is the catch-all legal term for any false statement someone makes…

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Buy Sell agreements

What happens if your business partner dies, or becomes permanently disabled.  What if he or she wants to sell? A buy-sell agreement will determine those answers * before you need them. The agreement can: 1) Clearly define triggering events. One owner’s death, disability, divorce, or even a dispute that can’t be settled might trigger the…

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Starting a Business

6 Steps to Follow When Starting A Business in Florida 

Business Startup If you have ever thought about starting a business in Florida, this guide is for you. Here are the steps you will need to follow to start a successful business. Step: 1: Determine a Business Structure Every business owner must determine if they will be a corporation or an LLC. A corporation is…

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What is Indemnification and How Can You Protect Yourself?

Indemnification According to Wikipedia, Indemnity is a contractual obligation of one party to compensate for the loss incurred to the other party due to the acts of the Indemnitor or any other party. The duty to indemnify is usually, but not always, coextensive with the contractual obligation to “hold harmless” or “save harmless.” And defined…

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