There are countless reasons a business may breach a contract. We’ll explore some of the more common reasons.
In Florida, having one isn’t mandatory, but it’s certainly a good idea if you want to be successful.
A non-circumvention agreement is a legal document that affords certain protections.
If you’re buying or selling a business in Florida, there are several things to consider. Here’s what you need to know.
A non-solicitation agreement prevents employees from accessing and using valuable information – namely client/customer lists – for their own benefit after leaving the company.
Promissory estoppel is a claim made in an effort to make someone keep a promise, even though there isn’t a written or oral contract.
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