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Selling Your Florida Business

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It can be difficult to make the decision to sell your business, particularly if you have spent years building it from the ground up. However, there are some times when selling up is the best option, and in order to make the transaction as smooth as possible, consulting an attorney can make a difference…. Read More »

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What Is The Howey Test & How Does It Affect Securities?

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The body of law that regulates securities in the United States has been steadily built up since the creation of the Securities & Exchange Commission (SEC) in 1934. One of the most foundational aspects of securities law comes from a U.S. Supreme Court case, SEC v. W.J. Howey & Co, decided in 1946. Howey… Read More »

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Is An LLC Right For Me?

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When you are ready to start your Florida business, it can feel a bit overwhelming to try and determine which business entity is right for your enterprise. A limited liability company (LLC) is one of the more popular choices, particularly for businesses with multiple officers, offering many different benefits. However, there are little details… Read More »

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Florida Imposes Even Stricter E-Verify Requirements For Private Employers

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In May 2023, Florida’s governor signed a strict crackdown explicitly intended to ‘scare’ undocumented immigrants out of settling in the state. The law voided out-of-state driver’s licenses without proof of citizenship, prevented any state municipality from using government funds to obtain IDs for undocumented immigrants, and made several other changes designed to make life… Read More »

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Attacks On Securities Regulators To Be Decided In 2024

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Securities law in the United States is an ever-evolving entity, given its youth, and with every legal decision, securities investors and regulators are required to adapt. In 2024, several significant cases are poised to potentially affect securities regulators on an integral level, forcing major changes for the entire industry. Whether you are an investor… Read More »

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Understanding Florida Employment Contracts

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Most employees in the United States work on an “at will” basis. This means that both employee and employer can end the relationship “at will,” with some exceptions based on public policy. That said, some employees are hired via contract, and employment contracts are governed by specific provisions of Florida law. If you have… Read More »

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Rescheduling Cannabis & The U.S. Securities Market

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In early January 2024, the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services (HHS) officially recommended rescheduling cannabis from a Schedule I drug to a Schedule III drug. While this would not lower the amount of drug-related convictions among the general populace, it would open up the possibility of greater research and commerce related to… Read More »

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Does My Company Need In-House Counsel?

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When a small business begins to see success, it is with the work of countless people both behind the scenes and on the proverbial front line. One of the most important performers for many businesses is their attorney – but not every business needs to have counsel in-house. Depending on several different factors, your… Read More »

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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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