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November 2018 Archives

How you fire an employee makes a difference

Part of owning a business here in South Florida is hiring and firing employees. Working with different personalities, skill levels and temperaments often presents a challenge. When an employee no longer fits into your business structure for whatever reason, you may begin thinking about terminating his or her employment.

MillerCoors, Pabst reach settlement in business litigation

In any type of relationship, disagreements are bound to arise in some form. Business relationships are no different in that aspects, but the ways in which they resolve those disagreements may differ. In particular, some disputes may require business litigation, especially if the conflict could prove damaging to a company.

Class action litigation may stem from "bro-culture" accusations

Businesses often face allegations of one sort or another. In some cases, customers may not feel satisfied with a product or service, and in other instances, workers may feel that their Florida employers have violated their rights or created hostile work environments. When multiple people feel affected, class action litigation could take place.

How strong is your business contract?

One of the most important elements of a successful business is a solid contract. A contract is the safety net of a business because it contains the vital details of an agreement between you and another party.

Scooter-sharing companies involved in class action litigation

Many companies have innovative ideas to help better their areas and the world. Of course, while their intentions may be good, some customers or clients may find issue with the product or services provided. In some instances, class action litigation could result if several individuals feel that they have suffered damages from the same company.

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