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Florida Case Law Update

By meg bacon |

Travelers Casualty and Insurance Company of America v. Community Asphalt Corporation, The Third District Court of Appeal affirmed a trial court’s order that denied a motion to dismiss for improper venue, and held that the subject venue selection clause found in a subcontract between a general contractor and a subcontractor was void under Fla…. Read More »

How to Know When a Contract Has Become Legally Void on pbl-law.com

How to Know When a Contract Has Become Legally Void

By Steve |

Fraud, misrepresentation, coercion and other issues can often invalidate contracts From renting a car to buying a house, and even going to school, contracts are the underpinning of nearly every major financial or legal transaction in world. The average American likely signs hundreds, if not thousands of contracts in their lifetime, as well as… Read More »

Communication is Crucial: 4 Benefits of a Collaborative Law Firm on pbl-law.com

Communication is Crucial: 4 Benefits of a Collaborative Law Firm

By Steve |

Legal expertise in multiple practice areas allows a firm to work efficiently and effectively for clients Professional expertise is a law firm’s biggest asset – and more diverse experiences and knowledge directly translate to a higher quality of work for clients. A culture of communication, along with expertise across multiple board certifications, allows a… Read More »

Florida Case Law Update

By meg bacon |

Plaza Tower Realty Group, LLC v. 300 South Duval Associates, LLC, et al., The Third District Court of Appeal reversed a final summary judgment in favor of Lenders finding that a Broker had an “ownership interest” in a portion of retained deposits because the listing agreement identified the retained deposits as the particular fund… Read More »

The Basics of Religious or National Origin Discrimination in the Workplace on pbl-law.com

The Basics of Religious or National Origin Discrimination in the Workplace

By Steve |

Understanding the essentials can help keep your business protected In today’s global economy, employers are faced with a variety of challenges when it comes to finding the ideal workforce, and navigating the issues of workplace discrimination is just one of the many with which to contend. While training management and workers about the nuances… Read More »

Florida Case Law Update

By meg bacon |

Kelly, et al. v. Lindenau, The Second District Court of Appeal reversed a final judgment that reformed a trust because although the trust amendments were executed in the presence of two witnesses, they were only signed by one of the witnesses. The Court’s opinion can be viewed here. If you would like to speak… Read More »

The A, B, Cs (and Zs) of Zoning Regulations and Disputes on pbl-law.com

The A, B, Cs (and Zs) of Zoning Regulations and Disputes

By Steve |

Those experiencing unfair zoning enforcement have several legal options for relief If you’re a homeowner in a fast-growing neighborhood, zoning regulations could be your best friend – but if you’re starting or growing a business in an area with strict zoning regulations, those policies might become your worst nightmare. Zoning regulations are supposed to… Read More »

Florida Case Law Update

By meg bacon |

Kovach v. Holiday Springs RV, LLC, The Fifth District Court of Appeal reversed a summary judgment construing an easement contained within a deed, holding that the trial court misconstrued the easement by limiting its use to the grantee and no other person. The Court’s opinion can be viewed here. Peebles v. Puig, et al., The… Read More »

Keeping Your Business Free of Fraud and Misrepresentation on pbl-law.com

Keeping Your Business Free of Fraud and Misrepresentation

By Steve |

Take steps now to keep your business in the clear Nearly every week you can turn on the news and hear about a business that has run afoul of the law, facing accusations of fraud or misrepresentation. Many of those cases are high profile and may involve large corporations, but smaller businesses and organizations… Read More »

Florida Case Law Update

By meg bacon |

Allied Universal Corp. v. Jeffrey B. Given, The Third District Court of Appeal reversed a non-final order denying former employer’s motion for a preliminary injunction, which sought to enforce the terms of a non-compete agreement it had with a former employee. The Court reasoned that the former employee failed to rebut the presumption of… Read More »

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