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Florida Case Law Update

By meg bacon |

Platinum Luxury Auctions, LLC, et al. v. Concierge Auctions, LLC, In a dispute between two companies for breach of a settlement agreement stemming from an alleged violation of a Non-Disparagement provision, the Third District Court of Appeal held that the trial court erred in finding that Appellants violated the Non-Disparagement provision of the parties’… Read More »

National Legal News: How a Net Neutrality Ruling Could Affect Small Businesses on pbl-law.com

National Legal News: How a Net Neutrality Ruling Could Affect Small Businesses

By Steve |

It’s a big deal for the little guy On the Internet, all businesses are created equal. That was the essence, at least, of net neutrality regulations as they were envisioned under the Obama administration. With that concept in mind, it meant that consumers would have open access to all content without Internet Service Providers… Read More »

Combining Estate Planning and Business Succession Planning

By meg bacon |

It is essential for your estate planning objectives to be integrated with Business Succession Planning. For many business owners, the primary objective of Business Succession Planning is to make sure that the business continues after its owner(s)’s death or incapacity without interruption as well as protecting the business interests from the probate process. It… Read More »

Share Classes and Securities Issuances: How to Obtain Capital While Retaining Control of Your Company on pbl-law.com

Share Classes and Securities Issuances: How to Obtain Capital While Retaining Control of Your Company

By Steve |

Entrepreneurs should carefully negotiate with investors if they want a good deal If you’re an entrepreneur seeking venture capital or other kinds of equity funding, it’s essential to take steps to make sure you retain legal control over your business. Despite what some might say, it’s often a mistake to give up possession of… Read More »

How a Multidisciplinary Law Firm Can Help Your Business During Times of Crisis on pbl-law.com

How a Multidisciplinary Law Firm Can Help Your Business During Times of Crisis

By Steve |

Multidisciplinary firms can help businesses fight legal, financial, and, reputational issues From embezzlement and insider trading to sexual harassment and faulty-product scandals, corporate crises come in variety of forms, many of which can have a devastating impact on a business if not carefully managed. Each year, companies big and small come face to face… Read More »

What Steps Can an Organization Take to Protect Against Disgruntled Employees? on pbl-law.com

What Steps Can an Organization Take to Protect Against Disgruntled Employees?

By meg bacon |

Preparation, documentation, and attention to the law are essential When it comes to keeping your company free from legal liability or other repercussions, a big risk could be your employees. With more than half of American workers unsatisfied with their jobs, it’s not surprising that some of them become disgruntled – so unhappy that… Read More »

Business Owners: When Should You File a Defamation Suit Against a Competitor? on pbl-law.com

Business Owners: When Should You File a Defamation Suit Against a Competitor?

By Steve |

Explore the basics of defamation law We all know the children’s saying, “Sticks and stones may break my bones, but words can never hurt me.” While this is wise and solid advice for raising confident and happy children, it carries a different meaning for today’s business owner. Words, both written and spoken, can, in… Read More »

Florida Case Law Update

By meg bacon |

Sears, Roebuck & Co. v. Forbes/Cohen Florida Properties, L.P., and City of Palm Beach Gardens, Florida, In a dispute between a commercial tenant and landlord, the Fourth District Court of Appeal held that the City’s resolution requiring both the landlord and the City to agree to any subdivision of space was unconstitutional. The Court… Read More »

What Business Owners Can Do to Make Litigation Less Costly on pbl-law.com

What Business Owners Can Do to Make Litigation Less Costly

By Steve |

Five ways to protect your bottom line There’s a certain amount of excitement when it comes to owning and operating your own business, no matter its size. From the joy of being one’s own boss to pride in service of others, there’s a lot to be said for it. There is, though, that nagging… Read More »

Is Your Child’s Vehicle Titled In Your Name? If So, You’ve Got A Problem!

By meg bacon |

Thousands of high school students graduated last month and are heading off to college. Needing reliable transportation, parents often purchase a vehicle for their children as a graduation gift. To maintain some semblance of control, parents often mistakenly purchase such vehicles in their own name and simply hand the keys to their kids. By… Read More »

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