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

By Alhalel Law |

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

By Alhalel Law |

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

By Alhalel Law |

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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What The Uniform Commercial Code Means For Your Business

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In the United States, many financial activities between businesses are governed by the Uniform Commercial Code. This set of law lays out exactly how certain legal issues are dealt with. This means that if you sell products, engage in contracts with other businesses, or conduct high-volume transactions each year, you should have a basic… Read More »

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How To Handle An NDA Dispute

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Otherwise known as non-disclosure agreements, NDAs are more common than ever before in the modern business world. In the age of social media and instant digital connections, companies must be incredibly careful about disclosing certain information. In theory, a non-disclosure agreement can help protect companies who don’t want certain information to be released. But… Read More »

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Recent Examples Of Fraud In Florida

By Alhalel Law |

If you’re running a business in Florida, one thing you definitely need to avoid is fraud. The authorities are becoming hyper aware of a variety of scams and schemes, and it’s simply not worth it to attempt anything that could be remotely considered fraudulent. Many business owners commit fraud without even fully realizing it…. Read More »

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What Is A Non-Compete Agreement – And What Happens When It Is Violated?

By Alhalel Law |

A non-compete agreement is a relatively common type of contract in the business world. In simple terms, it ensures that a potential competitor will not attempt to outdo, undercut, or outcompete another business. This type of agreement may arise under a variety of circumstances, and they are particularly common after one business acquires another…. Read More »

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Real Estate Company Sues Universal For Botched Land Deal

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Universal is one of the most active companies in Florida – especially when it comes to the tourism industry. Millions of people come to Florida each year just to experience Universal’s many theme parks. But recently, it was reported that the entertainment company was being sued over a real estate deal that apparently went… Read More »

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Types Of Corporate Fraud

By Alhalel Law |

Corporate fraud is a clear example of “white-collar crime,” and it is more common in the United States than many people realize. Just as there are many different types of corporations, there are also many different types of corporate fraud. Although all corporate fraud is illegal, the specific type of fraud affects how organizations… Read More »

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