Negotiations and Drafting Contracts

Negotiations and Drafting Contracts

Well-written contracts are an important part of every successful business. The contract process has two parts: drafting and negotiations. An experienced attorney can help you draft or negotiate contracts, so you can stay ahead in business. An attorney will work with you to draft a contract with terms that will best serve your business. Financing…

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Single-Member vs. Multi-Member Limited Liability Companies In Florida

Single-Member vs. Multi-Member Limited Liability Companies

The main difference between a single-member vs. multi-member limited liability companies is obvious. A single-member LLC has one owner, and a multi-member LLC has, well, more than one owner. These two LLC types share many characteristics, but potential business owners must decide whether one or more owners is the right fit. When choosing which LLC…

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COVID-19 Has Changed the Way Judges Hear Legal Proceedings

Zoom Hearings/trials/Arbitrations (Legal Proceedings)

COVID-19 Has Changed the Way Judges Hear Legal Proceedings Because COVID-19 spreads quickly, people have been asked to social distance themselves. Many jobs are being done at home, virtually. The U.S. Court of Appeals has changed the way arbitrations are taking place. Now is the time to update the arbitration provisions in your contracts.

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Protecting Your Business From Covid Related Claims - Call (561) 880-0155

Business Owner’s liability for COVID exposure

Protecting Your Business From Covid Related Claims Businesses are at an increased risk of being held responsible for their customer’s exposure to COVID-19 while at their property. Grocery stores, banks, daycares, restaurants, exercise facilities, whether essential or non-essential, face this risk. Customers expect businesses to heighten their protocols relating to cleaning and ensuring customers wear…

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Video Blog #18: Non-Competes

If you’re a business owner, wondering whether you should Require  your employees to sign a non-compete, South Florida business attorney Paul Burkhart can help.  Paul says non-completes or other restrictive covenants are a strong, legitimate way to protect your business interests, but if you misstep with your restrictive covenant, it  may not be worth the…

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Moratorium

Governor DeSantis Extends Moratorium on Foreclosures and Evictions

On April 2, 2020, Governor DeSantis signed Executive Order 20-94. This executive order placed a moratorium on foreclosures and residential evictions relating to the non-payment of rent. The purpose of the moratorium was to provide temporary relief to Floridians who experienced hardships due to COVID-19.

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