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3 Possible Remedies for a Contract Breach

October 22, 2018

A contract breach may be defined as the failure by one or more parties to fulfill conditions specified without any legal reason. A lot of factors have to be considered before it is determined. In courts, damages are often awarded, but there are also other ways to remedy a breach of contract. Damages The damages […]

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How Florida Employment Law Protect the Rights of Employees

September 30, 2018

When an employee signs a new contract with his employer, both parties realize that there are rules stipulated by these contract they have to adhere to. Many employees feel that the rules apply to them more than they do their employer. Different jurisdictions have varied laws designed to outline the boundaries that organizations should work […]

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What You Need to Know About the Chapter 7 Bankruptcy

May 22, 2018

What You Need to Know About the Chapter 7 Bankruptcy If you are laden with anxiety because your business is on the verge of bankruptcy, filing for the Chapter 7 will help you reorganize your debt to avoid liquidation of your company assets. This also gets you off the hook of acquiring additional liabilities caused […]

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Breach of Contract – What Now?

May 11, 2018

Breach of Contract – What Now? Business contracts are an essential aspect of the success of a company. You are expected to fulfill your obligations under the contract while the other party fulfills theirs. Unfortunately, contracts of any kind do not always work out in the way they are expected to. Rather than doing nothing […]

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Stratton & Green, ALC Business Litigation: Are You a Victim of Unfair Business Practices

April 14, 2018

Stratton & Green, ALC Business Litigation: Are You a Victim of Unfair Business Practices Even after thorough preparation, small and mid-sized businesses can find themselves dealing with serious challenges that could threaten their venture. Unfair competition is one of the challenges that organizations sometimes have to deal with conclusively if they are to maintain profitability. […]

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The Importance of Hiring a Lawyer to Represent Your Business

March 03, 2018

The Importance of Hiring a Lawyer to Represent Your Business Aside from the complicated paper works and preparing the capital for your business, you need manpower. You, as a business owner, need to hire employees that can make your business even more possible. Yes, resources are important, but without manpower, your business will never be […]

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Saving Yourself the Trouble

January 17, 2018

Saving Yourself the Trouble As companies grow, they tend to start figuring things out on their own, rather than outsourcing it to professionals who specialize in each area. There are a number of things that as the owner of a corporation, you will want your own people to take care of, but if you are […]

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Construction Law: How a Lawyer Can Help You

January 11, 2018

Construction Law : How a Lawyer Can Help You Construction companies must be aware of the legal framework they are operating under to avoid legal issues that could jeopardize the project in the future. The federal, state and local governments have their own regulations that affect different aspects of the building process. To avoid disputes […]

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Two Common Myths About Filing Bankruptcy

November 17, 2017

Two Common Myths About Filing Bankruptcy Almost everyone, at one time in their life, has lost control of their finances and became uncertain about the future. What do you do, with approaching medical bills, credit card bills, and notices of past due bills stacking up? Attempting to handle debt on your own is difficult and […]

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