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What you need to know about construction defects

When you hired a general contractor to oversee the construction of your home, you expected him or her to make sure that the final product was structurally sound and without defect. It ordinarily takes an army of different construction specialists to complete a job. There are also materials vendors, architects and inspectors, just to name a few of the different people involved in the building of your home.

Burger King faces business litigation after customer files suit

Running a Florida business involves a lot of hard work and a knack for expecting the unexpected. In particular, company owners need to prepare for the possibility of business litigation. Even if individuals believe that they have conducted their operations in an upstanding manner, they could still face lawsuits if another party believes that misconduct occurred.

Northwest Miami retail center to be the largest in the U.S.

Online shopping has changed the paradigm of shopping in America. Over the last five years, brick and mortar retailers have continued to lose ground to web retailers. Since websites like Zappos, Zulilly and MTailor continue to gain market share, and Amazon continues to devour traditional retailers, going to a traditional mall seemed more difficult than making a few clicks on a tablet to get the same thing.

Alternatives to time-consuming and expensive litigation

Once you open your business here in south Florida, the odds are that at some point, you will end up in a dispute with another business, an employee or a customer. In many cases, you may be able to resolve the dispute in a friendly manner such as in the case of a misunderstanding or mix-up regarding the products or services your business agreed to provide, or that you were to receive.

Strong contracts are good for your Florida business

If you own a small business in Florida, you know how important it is to address certain legal issues before they become a problem. There is much more involved with running a small business than finding a storefront and simply opening up shop. One of the most important factors for your consideration is drafting and securing strong contracts.

Does creating a non-compete agreement suit company interests?

Running a business can take up a large part of an owner's life. Because of this, you certainly want to do your best to ensure that no unnecessary hardships befall your company. Many owners have this goal, and you may be among those who choose to use certain contracts to help keep business relationships clear and to protect company interests.

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