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What Happens If My Contract Was Signed Under Duress In Florida?

By Alhalel Law |

If you’re running a business in Florida, you’ve probably signed your fair share of contracts. In many ways, contracts form the foundation of all business activities in the state, and these legal agreements allow companies to collaborate with a sense of security and confidence. But what happens when contract disputes arise? What happens when… Read More »

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More NFT Lawsuits Hit Florida

By Alhalel Law |

As NFTs become increasingly popular, it only makes sense that lawsuits are quickly following. The entire concept of an NFT leaves the door open for legal action, especially since numerous crypto enthusiasts seem to be violating copyright laws and contracts with absolutely no second thoughts. Nike is outraged by the fact that people are… Read More »

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What Happens If My Company Is Facing A Class Action Lawsuit?

By Alhalel Law |

Facing a class action lawsuit can be a daunting prospect in Florida. This is especially true if you have relatively little legal experience, and you don’t really know what to expect. You might be wondering what makes a class action lawsuit different compared to a normal lawsuit, and how you should go about defending… Read More »

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Food Companies Sued In Florida

By Alhalel Law |

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 »

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Cruise Line Sued Again In Miami – This Time It’s NOT About Covid

By Alhalel Law |

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 »

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What Is Breach Of Fiduciary Duty?

By Alhalel Law |

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 »

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Why Is Microsoft’s Acquisition Of Activision Blizzard Encountering Legal Issues?

By Alhalel Law |

Whether you’re a gamer or not, you’ve probably heard about Microsoft’s acquisition of Activision Blizzard. The tech giant has purchased the gaming company for a staggering $68.7 billion, signaling Microsoft’s intent to dominate the world of video games. Over the past few years, the company has been acquiring a number of game developers, including… Read More »

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Meme Stock Lawsuits Explained

By Alhalel Law |

Over the past few years, the investment world has seen a number of interesting developments. While cryptocurrency generally takes center stage, so-called “meme stocks” have also been generating quite a buzz. Unfortunately for the investment website Robin Hood, these meme stocks have also been generating a number of lawsuits. This sheds some light on… Read More »

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Florida Companies May Soon Have The Ability To Sue The State For Loss Of Profit

By Alhalel Law |

If Covid-19 has taught us anything, it’s that government policies are capable of bankrupting businesses. Many industries in Florida have been devastated by Covid-19, but it’s interesting to note that the virus itself did not cause businesses to go under. Instead, these bankruptcies were typically caused by government policies. That being said, things weren’t… Read More »

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When Can Property Management Firms In Miami Be Sued?

By Alhalel Law |

Real estate is big business in Miami, and many companies rake in the profits by renting out various properties across the city. Rental income is relatively passive in nature, and it’s extremely reliable. Everyone needs a place to live, which means that there’s never any shortage of customers. That being said, property management companies… Read More »

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