Monthly Archives: April 2022
Food Companies Sued In Florida
At first glance, a food business might seem like the safest entrepreneurial venture imaginable. After all, everyone needs to eat. Even during an economic downturn, people will spend considerable amounts of money on feeding themselves and their families. Unfortunately, food companies face the possibility of considerable lawsuits. Selling food can be tricky because of… Read More »
Cruise Line Sued Again In Miami – This Time It’s NOT About Covid
Most Americans are well aware of the various issues cruise lines have been having over the last few years. The pandemic hit the cruise industry like a freight train, and various cruise companies will take years to fully recover. Florida has long been a hotspot for cruise vacations, and it has attracted tourists from… Read More »
What Is Breach Of Fiduciary Duty?
If you’ve been in the business world for a few years, you might have heard the term “breach of fiduciary duty.” And if you’ve heard this term being thrown around, you might be involved in some kind of legal dispute. But what does this actually mean? What if someone accuses you of this offense?… Read More »