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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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I Want to Buy a Business: What Steps Should I Take?

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If you are thinking about options for purchasing a business in Florida, you need to be prepared for the variety of steps that are involved in buying a company. Whether you are seeking out a smaller company to acquire in connection with another business you already own or you are a first-time business owner,… Read More »

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What Do I Need for an Initial Public Offering?

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While it may be difficult to plan ahead for your business during a global health pandemic, many companies are making plans to go public and are even realizing that initial public offerings (IPOs) are surging in some capacity despite public health and economic concerns. If you currently have a private company and are thinking… Read More »

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5 Tips for a Business Merger

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If you are anticipating a business merger in Florida or are considering a business acquisition, there are many considerations you should be thinking about. In particular, small businesses in Florida may be thinking about options for merging in order to grow their brands or their businesses. According to an article in Forbes, there are… Read More »

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Trade Secret Protection and Litigation in Florida

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When a business or person obtains and uses information deemed to be a trade secret, it can result in litigation. Trade secrets are typically defined as any information that includes a pattern, formula, method, process, device, compilation, or program that is a form of intellectual property that is not generally known or reasonably ascertainable… Read More »

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Specific Performance and Florida Contract Law

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When it comes to contract disputes, the most common remedy involves financial restitution. However, there is also something called specific performance which is an equitable remedy in some breach of contract matters. When someone files a suit for specific performance, the party who did not breach the contract, or the plaintiff, asks the court… Read More »

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SEC Issues Proposal to Improve Disclosures Related to Businesses’ Acquisitions and Dispositions

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Earlier this month, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) voted in favor of creating amendments that would improve the amount of information that investors would receive in regard to acquisition and disposition of businesses. These proposed amendments would also help facilitate more timely access to capital as well as reduce compliance costs and complexity… Read More »

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