Non Disclosure Agreements

Non-disclosure agreements or NDAs have become a common tool in business. But not everyone is clear on how and when to use them. In particular, even individuals who have signed NDAs may be unsure of how long they last and what happens when the contract expires. If your business needs an NDA for a specific interaction or has questions...

How to Qualify a Foreign Corporation in Florida

Specific performance of a contract is a type of remedy that you would ask for when the other party breaches a contract. When you ask for specific performance, you are asking that the court order the parties to proceed as planned under the contract. Courts order specific performance in select circumstances—for instance, where the goods are irreplaceable or truly...

difference between liquidated damages and penalty

Your business relies on commercial relationships to support its operations and to sell its goods and services. Whether that relationship takes the form of an order for goods from a customer or a set of software services from an IT specialist, it is usually memorialized in a written contract. You are entitled to rely on these executed contracts, and...

can i live in a different state than my llc

A core skill set of any business person is deciding how to invest the time and resources of a business. Balancing risk assessment and return on investment follows closely behind.  To memorialize these activities, businesses rely on contracts. Contracts are the backbone of commercial activity. When a contract is breached, a new set of considerations arise—the first being whether...

contract for goods and services

A sale of goods contract is one of the most important agreements a business owner can enter into. You may be writing a contract so you can offer your goods and services to customers. Or maybe you’re reviewing a new contract as you make a major purchase. In either situation, understanding what language to include (or keep out) can...

breach of contract affirmative defenses

Please note this blog post is written for employers, although we understand it may be of interest to employees as well. At this time, our firm represents business owners and employers. If you need assistance with a legal matter as an employee, please consult a firm that represents employees. If your business has been sued for breach of contract,...

florida wage and hour law

Please note this blog post is written for employers, although we understand it may be of interest to employees as well. At this time, our firm only represents business owners and employers. If you need assistance with a legal matter as an employee, please consult a firm that represents employees. Florida wage and hour law refers to standards and...

Should I Hire A Contract Review Lawyer

Please note this blog post is written for employers, although we understand it may be of interest to employees as well. At this time, our firm only represents business owners and employers. If you need assistance with a legal matter as an employee, please consult a firm that represents employees. Contracts are important legal documents that bind businesses and...

Is-It-a-Contract-When-Emails,-Text-Messages,-and-Oral-Discussions-Become-Enforceable

Contract disputes may arise when one party didn’t even realize an enforceable contract existed. In Florida, some contracts must be in writing to be valid and enforceable. Some oral contracts are also enforceable. However, evolving technology adds to the confusion regarding valid contracts. Many wonder whether agreements made over email or text message are legally binding. Consulting with an...

What is a Breach of Contract in Florida?

A breach of contract in Florida occurs when one party to the contract does not fulfill its obligations. Florida breach of contract does not have to occur between two big businesses: individuals and small businesses often find themselves in breach of contract situations. If you’ve relied on a contract and the other party breaches, you may find yourself in...