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Crafting A Florida Business Partnership

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A partnership is one of the most common and enduring methods of structuring a Florida business. There are pros and cons to choosing this option, but the cons can be minimized by properly crafting the partnership itself, and ensuring that both potential profits and loss are handled equally. A knowledgeable attorney can help you… Read More »

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The Viability Of Reverse Mergers In Florida Business Law

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Mergers & acquisitions (M&A) is a constantly evolving field of law, requiring attorneys to be well-versed in every little detail. A merger is a different animal than an acquisition, though they may share procedural similarities. A reverse merger is a specific type of merger, and while it may seem confusing, it can be the… Read More »

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Why Should My Business Hire Outside Corporate Counsel?

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Very often, the size of a business will determine its needs – for example, if a business is local, catering only to a small group of customers, it may not need to raise capital via securities or other financial instruments. As a business grows, however, more decisions may need to be made – for… Read More »

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How Can I Protect My Business’s Trade Secrets?

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There is no singular definition of a trade secret, but in general, any unique information or process that gives a business a competitive edge will at least arguably fit the bill. A trade secret may be a piece of technology, a method of doing something, a formula, or almost anything in between – and… Read More »

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Creating A Florida Corporation

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When attempting to get a business up and running in Florida, a person has several options in terms of how that business should be structured. Incorporation is one of the most common choices that business owners make, as corporations’ structure has numerous advantages for small businesses and their owners. The procedure to establish a… Read More »

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Explaining EDGAR Filings For New Market Participants

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In order to comply with U.S. securities law, every publicly traded company must submit reports at regular intervals to the Securities & Exchange Commission (SEC). For some, this amount of paperwork can be extensive – but it can be filed electronically, thanks to the EDGAR (Electronic Data Gathering, Analysis and Retrieval) system. For a… Read More »

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Do I Need A Business Succession Plan?

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One of the most commonly neglected parts of owning a business is the issue of succession, or in other words, the process of passing on leadership roles to younger or less experienced employees. While many people do not want to contemplate retiring from their place of work, it is crucial to have a succession… Read More »

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Preparing To Sell Your Business

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Selling one’s business can be a difficult process, with countless moving parts. Too many people attempt to go it alone, which can create more issues, particularly if the business has debts. If you are in the process of selling, having an experienced business lawyer on your side can help to smooth out the process…. Read More »

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Explaining Blue Sky Laws

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In the 1920s, prior to the Great Depression, speculative investments were widespread. There was no real oversight of the securities market (the Securities & Exchange Commission did not come about until the mid-1930s) and as such, firms did not have to provide any kind of establishing information about their investments. This contributed significantly to… Read More »

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IPO vs Private Placement: Which Suits Your Business Best?

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Perhaps the fastest and easiest way for a private company to raise capital is to offer securities. There are two ways in which this can be done: either publicly, via an initial public offering (IPO), or via private placement (PP). Both options have positives and negatives, and a careful analysis of your company’s position… Read More »

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