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Can I Move My Business To Florida?

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Data from the U.S. Census shows that over the last decade, Florida has seen an increase in population of almost 15 percent. With this increase in residents comes an increase in businesses, as many will choose to move their enterprises to their new home state instead of starting fresh. There are positives and negatives… Read More »

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How To Dissolve Your Florida Business Smoothly

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No one wants to consider dissolving their business in most situations. However, there may come a day when it becomes necessary, and if that does occur for your company, it is imperative that you and your partners understand how to do it well. Contacting a knowledgeable attorney is crucial; if you do not, you… Read More »

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Can I Allow Employees To Work Remotely In My Florida Business?

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Ever since the COVID-19 pandemic began in 2020, working remotely has become a more viable option for many companies and their employees. Statistics estimate that between 12 and 15 percent of U.S. workers operate fully remotely, while around 30 percent work a hybrid schedule that sees them in the office a few days a… Read More »

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How To Protect My Florida Business During Divorce

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The old adage about half of marriages ending in divorce is true, according to statistics from the U.S. Census Bureau – but only for first marriages, as second and third marriages end at an even higher rate, and do so faster. When a divorce is happening, the spouses generally divide their assets equitably (fairly),… Read More »

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SEC Stock Buyback Rules Overturned In Fifth Circuit

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In May, the Securities & Exchange Commission (SEC) adopted a new rule intended to force more public disclosure on companies with regard to stock buybacks. Stock buybacks happen when a company purchases some of its own shares, and they are done for multiple reasons – to boost the stock’s value, to prevent a takeover,… Read More »

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Am I Liable If My Business Is Sued?

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Most business owners are closely involved in and connected to their enterprise, whether via investment or working day-to-day in its operations. However, there are varying levels of involvement. When a business is sued, its high ranking officers are usually not personally liable for the company’s alleged misdeeds. That said, there are exceptions to this… Read More »

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How Can A Florida Mergers & Acquisitions Attorney Help Me?

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A merger can be a major event in the life of a business and its owner. Depending on what side one is on, a merger can be an exit strategy, or it can be a means to expand the reach of the company you have built. It may be tempting to try and navigate… Read More »

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Employment Verification Required For More Florida Employers

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In May 2023, SB 1718 was signed into law, aimed at better regulating the employee on-boarding process. The law requires Florida employers – with certain exceptions – to use the federal E-Verify system to ensure that employees have the right to work in the United States, and that all their papers are in order…. Read More »

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Explaining Private Placement Of Securities

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If someone is wanting to invest their money in the stock market or in securities, they have many options. The U.S. Securities & Exchange Commission (SEC) requires that securities specifically either be registered with the commission, or qualify for an exemption under the Securities Act of 1933. Securities that qualify for a specific exemption… Read More »

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Florida Lawmakers Considering Removing Child Labor Protections

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Most white collar businesses tend to employ those over a certain age, simply because the work being done requires years of experience. Those under the age of 18 are children, and while children may work in certain limited capacities, the general rule is that education is a child’s first job. However, in recent months,… Read More »

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