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Florida business and corporate law covers a wide variety of commercial matters. At South Florida Law, PLLC this practice area includes the sub-categories of Business Formation, Contract Disputes and Commercial Transactions.

Preparing for the Unexpected With Buy-Sell Agreements

An important part of running any successful business is taking steps to plan for the future. While business partners may enter a business endeavor planning to stay for the long haul, life may bring about unexpected events that result in the departure of one or more business partners. Preparing a well-crafted buy-sell agreement can protect [...]

Website Notices and Disclaimers

2020 and the Coronavirus shutdown has accelerated the migration from brick and mortar storefronts to online eCommerce websites.  This shift to online sales and the accompanying marketing techniques has brought with it the need for new legal documentation like website notices and disclaimers.   Ecommerce legal disclaimers and notices are an important part of doing business [...]

Business: Contracts of Adhesion

Contracts of adhesion are agreements where a party in a position of relative power such as an insurance company or larger corporation agrees to do work with a consumer or business using a non-negotiable contract.   Sales and customer service professionals tend to call these documents “standard” contracts and lawyers informally refer to them as “boilerplate” [...]

Agreements At a Distance

Signing contracts at a “social distance” has been legally possible since the year 2000 when President Bill Clinton signed the Electronic Signatures Act. From then on, the Federal government has recognized electronic signatures as equally valid counterparts to physical ink-on-paper.  There are, however, specific exceptions and conditions. Consent The consumer - or party receiving the [...]

Remote Work During the COVID-19 Shutdown

In the last 10 days, we have seen a drastic change in our daily lives due to the latest Coronavirus (COVID19).  One of these changes is the sudden requirement to work remotely. For millions, that means work from home rather than in an office environment.  While modern technology makes many jobs “doable from home”, there [...]

Joint Venture Disputes

Forming a new joint venture or JV relationship with another company can be an exciting step for a business to take.  It is highly recommended that JV partnerships are structured according to a formal contract to ensure that they do not result in misunderstandings.  JV contracts should be drafted and reviewed carefully, preferably by an [...]

Florida Companies: Can You Do Business With an Oral Agreement?

Oral agreements are common in business and exist as the standard way of doing business for many single proprietors and small businesses in Florida.  However, having a written contract has various advantages such as being more enforceable in a court of law. Contracts also give you the ability to avoid disputes before they occur by [...]

Airbnb Owners: Beware of these Five Legal Pitfalls

Airbnb and Vrbo are the most popular of several "peer-to-peer" online services that allow you to share a residence you own with visitors for a fee. These platforms provide an excellent way to earn money either as a side income or as a full-time business. Despite its many advantages in terms of independence and being [...]

Three Business Agreements Every Company Should Have

Business agreements vary based on the companies that use them. Companies vary widely in their focus, industry and culture.  That being said, there are some key areas that are shared by all businesses in Florida and elsewhere.  All businesses interact with customers, partners, contractors or employees. There are three essential documents that ensure these interactions [...]

The Pros and Cons of Using a Trust for Real Estate Investment

When investors choose to acquire property in Florida, they often do so via a Limited Liability Company LLC.  One alternative to the LLC is to hold the property in a trust. There are distinct advantages to using a trust, though the disadvantages should carefully be weighed-in to determine if a trust is the right [...]

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