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Can Your Company Be Sued For Affirmative Action?

By Alhalel Law |

Many companies want to ensure that they are hiring a diverse workforce, complete with representatives from a wide variety of genders, races, nationalities, and religions. Indeed, there are some laws that force American companies to hire a diverse workforce. But could this so-called “affirmative action” prove to be a legal issue in the future?… Read More »

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What To Do If Your Business Is Sued In Florida

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For business owners and business operators, there are few things more frustrating than facing a lawsuit. Whether the legal claim was initiated by a vendor, supplier, customer, employee, or competitor, it can be a burden. It is crucial that you take a proactive approach to protect the rights and interests of your company. Below,… Read More »

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Partnership Law: What To Know About The ‘Duty Of Loyalty’ In Florida

By Alhalel Law |

A partnership is a type of business structure through which the parties (business partners) cooperate to advance their joint interests. There are several different types of business partnerships in Florida, including: General Partnerships (GPs) Limited Partnerships (LPs), Limited Liability Partnerships (LLPs); and Limited Liability Limited Partnership (LLLPs). In Florida, business partners owe certain obligations… Read More »

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When Might You Be Sued By The CFTC In Florida?

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If you’re one of the many entrepreneurs in Florida who makes money from investment products, you need to be aware of the CFTC. This commission oversees all types of investments in the Sunshine State, and you might face lawsuits from them if you commit certain offenses. If you face a lawsuit from the CFTC,… Read More »

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Business Litigation: Your Guide To The Florida Deceptive And Unfair Trades Practices Act (FDUTPA)

By Alhalel Law |

The Florida Deceptive and Unfair Trades Practices Act (FDUTPA) is a state law that allows individual consumers and businesses to hold parties legally liable for damage caused by unjust commercial practices. It is Florida’s most important business fraud and business tort statute. Companies and organizations that operate in the state should have an understanding… Read More »

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Your Guide To Anticipatory Contract Breaches In Florida

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Contracts are at the foundation of most important commercial relationships. When businesses sign contracts, both parties reasonably expect that the other will abide by the terms of the agreement. If a breach occurs, the non-breaching party can bring a claim. It is possible for a breach of contract to happen before the actual date… Read More »

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Can You Sue A Company For “Poaching” Your Employees?

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There is considerable competition for talent among companies across the United States. This competition has become so intense that many companies are now aggressively pursuing each other’s employees – effectively trying to steal the best and brightest from right under the noses of their rivals. But is this even legal? The simple answer is… Read More »

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Mark Cuban Sued In Florida For Promoting Crypto Platform

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These days, cryptocurrencies have permeated the entire business world, with many major companies in Florida openly embracing this new financial technology. Many individuals have also embraced crypto with open arms – including well-known billionaire Mark Cuban. Even though crypto can be staggeringly profitable, it can also lead to legal issues – as Cuban has… Read More »

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Commonly Broken Business Laws

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When you’re running a business, it’s always a good idea to stay on the right side of the law. Even small offenses can cost you significant amounts of money in fines, and crimes can also damage your business’ reputation. Of course, steering clear of trouble is easier said than done – especially because many… Read More »

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Why You Need A Lawyer To Form A Partnership

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If you’ve decided to start a partnership in Miami, you already know that it’s always a good idea to cut unnecessary costs. And if you’re examining the expenses associated with starting a partnership, you might be wondering whether you can get away with not hiring a lawyer. At first glance, it might seem like… Read More »

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