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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Zoom – The Worst Thing to Happen to Mediation | Opinion – Article from PBCBA Bar Bulletin

From Opinion Article from PBCBA Bar Bulletin By Maxwell M. Christiansen COVID-19 has obviously changed the way people handle business. These days, we stay away from each other if we can. Why? Because it has been recommended by the CDC and virtually all our elected officials. Society expects distance. If we don’t absolutely need to…

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Commercial Leases

Effects of COVID-19 on Commercial Leases

COVID-19 Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) is an infectious disease caused by a newly discovered coronavirus. It has been affecting the brick and mortar retail business and most other real estate sectors in ways we could have never imagined. Restaurants, entertainment venues, office buildings, hospitality, and personal services have felt the financial toll. 

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The sun, the scenery, the sandy beaches…  There are a lot of great reasons to be in Florida. And here is one more: Florida is among the best places in the country to register an LLC, or limited liability company. In the last two years, Florida has seen an explosion in new LLC registrations, more…

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What is the Difference Between Licensing and Franchising a Business?

Starting a business is exciting. It is essential to understand the different types of companies before deciding which one you want to create. Should you have an LLC or a corporation. Should you license or franchise?

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Probate Law

What is Probate? A Step-by-Step Guide to Explain the Probate Process

What to Probate? Probate is a court-supervised process that locates and determines the value of a person’s assets, pays the deceased’s final bills, and distributes the estate to any beneficiaries. Each state has its own probate code they follow.

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