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If you are starting your own business, you are probably excited, scared and a bit overwhelmed. Below are a few tips on how you can help ensure that your business is a success: Retain a good attorney Don’t just find a lawyer – do some research, interview several candidates, and select the one that you...
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What should an employer do if they have an employee that is consistently away from work for jury duty? What if the employee is chosen for a trial that is expected to last several weeks? Can an employer discharge this employee because they are not available to perform their job? This is one of those...
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Is the biggest threat against your proprietary information your current or former employees? According to the FBI and Department of Homeland Security, the answer is likely “yes.” Digital attacks can not only disrupt your business’s operations, but also cost you thousands to millions of dollars! Employees in your IT department can pose the most significant...
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If you are involved in a lawsuit, it can be a confusing and frustrating process. While there can be numerous delays and unforeseen obstacles to deal with, most civil lawsuits follow a similar schedule. Below is some general guidance in what you can expect in Florida’s civil litigation process: The party initiating the lawsuit (the...
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When a corporation seeks bankruptcy protection, there are privacy concerns. The courts have recognized that a company has the benefit of the attorney-client privilege with its corporate attorney. This means that your company’s communications with its lawyer are protected and will remain confidential. Chapter 7 or Liquidation Bankruptcy When a corporation files for bankruptcy protection,...
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Chapter 13 Bankruptcy petition
In late 2013, a car-charger maker with a large government contract filed for bankruptcy. Phoenix-based Ecotality, Inc. sought Chapter 11 protection in the United States Bankruptcy Court for the District of Arizona, listing assets of $50 million and debts of $500 million, including a large contract with the Department of Energy. In court papers, Ecotality...
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