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Florida Employee Overtime

One of my business clients wanted to address Florida employee overtime issues that were becoming more common. His work force streamlined from the economic downturn was now being used to cover a recent increase in business...
By |July 24th, 2013|Florida Attorney Blog|Comments Off on Florida Employee Overtime

Corporate Action by Written Consent by Tampa Corporate Lawyer

As a Tampa Corporate Lawyer I use this form for my clients. There are many advantages in doing so. Under the Florida Business Corporation Act (the “Act”), directors and shareholders or both can take any action required or permitted by the Act without a meeting.

To do this, just circulate written consents to be executed by […]

By |December 7th, 2012|Florida Attorney Legal Forms | Leases, Contracts, Notices, Business Legal Forms, Real Estate, Corporate Minutes|Comments Off on Corporate Action by Written Consent by Tampa Corporate Lawyer

LLC Action by Consent by Limited Liability Company Lawyer

I use this form for my clients in my capacity as a Limited Liability Company Lawyer. The Florida Limited Liability Company Act (the “Act”) provides an easy way to memorialize company action and resolutions taken. You don’t always need nor have time for a formal meeting with minutes to be taken by the company secretary. […]

By |December 7th, 2012|Florida Attorney Legal Forms | Leases, Contracts, Notices, Business Legal Forms, Real Estate, Corporate Minutes|Comments Off on LLC Action by Consent by Limited Liability Company Lawyer

Foreclosure FAQ: Lender Lost the Note. How Does that Help Me?

It’s all the rage. You’re in foreclosure. You find out the lender has lost the note. Or if it was lost initially, the lender suddenly finds the note or proves its terms. But either way, the lender still can’t prove when it took ownership or assignment of the note. You argue the lender can’t show […]

By |November 30th, 2012|Florida Attorney Blog|Comments Off on Foreclosure FAQ: Lender Lost the Note. How Does that Help Me?

Sales Tax on Non-Taxable Items in Retail and Office Leases: Commercial Lease Lawyers

Recently, a commercial tenant came to me concerned about a landlord having the nerve to charge sales tax on his share of electricity. It seems incredible but the landlord did exactly what the law requires as commercial lease lawyers will tell you. Tenants must pay sales tax on common area maintenance charges (“CAM”) required by […]

By |November 13th, 2012|Florida Attorney Blog|Comments Off on Sales Tax on Non-Taxable Items in Retail and Office Leases: Commercial Lease Lawyers

Tampa Business Lawyer Reviews When You Can Delete Business Records.

This year, the Florida Supreme Court adopted rules addressing discovery of electronically stored information (“ESI”) in lawsuits. Electronic Discovery (“E-Discovery”) is how a Tampa Business Lawyer obtains ESI in business litigation.
Electronically Stored Information
As a Tampa Business Lawyer, in litigation I want to tell a story. Even better, I want to show it. I do this […]

By |November 13th, 2012|Florida Attorney Blog|Comments Off on Tampa Business Lawyer Reviews When You Can Delete Business Records.

Temporary Injunctions in Commercial Litigation – Careful what you ask for. You might get it.

You have a business dispute. Either the seller of the business you bought is directly competing against you after the closing or an ex-employee has gone to work for the competition taking trade secrets with him. First, hopefully you have a signed a Non-Compete Agreement. Now you have to evaluate certain risks in asking for […]

By |October 4th, 2012|Florida Attorney Blog|Comments Off on Temporary Injunctions in Commercial Litigation – Careful what you ask for. You might get it.

Social Media and Company Liability

Businesses are using social media more and more. Even small businesses have put time and effort into their social media profiles such as Facebook Pages, Twitter, YouTube, and Google+. The legal implications of social media mandate you have strict marketing goals governed by clear company policies.

Businesses are wise to adopt a social media policy to […]

By |July 24th, 2012|Florida Attorney Blog|Comments Off on Social Media and Company Liability

How to Protect and Copyright Your Web Content

Imitation, they say, is the greatest form of flattery. But ask a business owner if he would be happy to find out a competing company or ex-employee has copied the content of his website for their own. It is surely unfair after all your hard work to have someone simply take your business material. It […]

By |June 15th, 2012|Florida Attorney Blog|Comments Off on How to Protect and Copyright Your Web Content