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Do You Know the Difference Between Employees and Independent Contractors?

Today, independent contractors account for an estimated one in ten workers. When you’re running a small business, understanding the difference between an employee and an independent contractor is crucial. Misclassifying one as the other can result in serious legal consequences. Below is an overview of the main differences between employees and independent contractors. We also explain how a business law firm can Read More

Hurricane Season Is Here: Make Sure You Review Your Policies!

When Hurricane Michael hit the Florida Panhandle last October, it was a Category 5 storm - one of only four such storms to hit the US mainland. Thousands of homeowners were displaced by the storm and many are sadly finding that they were underinsured. Future hurricanes could be just as devastating, which is why you need to make sure that your policies provide the coverage you need to rebuild and recover. In fact, Read More

3 Ways a Business Attorney Can Save You Money

As a small business owner, you may always be looking for ways to cut costs and operate more efficiently. Did you know a business attorney can help you save money? There are several aspects of the business that a business attorney can review, such as contracts and agreements with clients, employees, and vendors. This is known in some circles as a legal audit. To ensure that your business is in the best position to Read More

How a Property Damage Attorney Can Save You Thousands

Practically every insurance agent will tell you that you need to contact them immediately whenever you have any sort of property damage. This is intended to make you feel like they want to be there to help you through a difficult experience. The reality, however, is that your agent is associated with the insurance company and may not always be loyal to you.     Whether you are considering opening a claim with your Read More

Construction Law 101: An Introduction to Mechanic’s Liens

When working in the construction industry, it is important to understand what a mechanic’s lien is and how it can be used. To put it simply, this type of lien is the best way to ensure you get paid in full for the work you perform or the materials you provide. In most cases, major construction contracts don’t pay in full up front. To protect yourself, your construction company can file a mechanic’s lien to help Read More

5 Elements You Should Include in Your Employee Handbook

When running a business, you will have to complete a wide variety of different tasks to be successful. If you have employees, one of those tasks needs to be creating and maintaining an employee handbook. This handbook can be an invaluable resource in informing employees of their general obligations, and also letting them know about their rights and benefits. While each company’s employee handbook will be different, Read More

6 Scenarios You Should Address in Your Partnership Agreements

A business partnership is a business entity comprised of two or more owners. The more people you have in your partnership, the more challenging it can be to form a consensus for decision making. This is why it’s so important to have a concrete partnership agreement in place. Although your lawyer will ensure your final partnership agreement is thorough, here are six scenarios to consider and resolve before your Read More

What You Need to Know About Sole Proprietorships in Florida

Deciding which business entity to file under will be one of the more challenging decisions you’ll make before you open your business. One of the types of business entities available in Florida is the sole proprietorship.  Many feel this is the logical choice, especially when running a business on their own. If this fits your description, you will want to learn more about this business entity before you make your Read More

5 Signs Your Construction Dispute Is Headed for Litigation

Construction projects are based on a number of essential agreements - between the project owner and general contractor, between the general contractor and the subcontractors, and suppliers, and so on. Under ideal circumstances, the project progresses from concept to completion without any major disruptions, but this outcome isn’t always the reality. Participants disagree on invoices, timelines, and other relevant Read More

Mediation vs. Litigation – Which Is Right for You?

When legal disputes arise in business, they can damage your company’s image, professional relationships, and bottom line if not carefully handled. While litigating the matter can be effective, especially if there’s a lot at stake, many business owners today opt to resolve disputes in ways that don’t involve the courts. One such way is mediation. Mediation Explained Unlike litigation, mediation is a Read More