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Zoning concerns, other claims lead to construction litigation

Residents, business owners, patrons and numerous other people often take pride in the look and function of a particular area. This pride can also lead to a protective nature for many reasons, which means that changes to the area could face contention and possibly even lawsuits. Construction litigation is not uncommon when proposed structures do not sit well with community members.

Employee termination always has its risks

Running your own Florida business means you will have good days and bad days. When a client is especially satisfied with your work or you increase your customer base, those are good days. When tensions arise among employees, you may count these among the bad days. The day in which you must fire an employee may send you home with a heavy heart, even if the employee was causing you grief on the job.

US Soccer Federation facing class action litigation over pay

Running any type of business also means running the risk of facing lawsuits. In some cases, class action litigation can come against a business if consumers, clients, employees or other associated parties believe that they have faced issues as a result of the business's actions. When this happens, companies often have to mount a defense.

Does an unfavorable ruling have your company considering appeals?

As a Florida business owner, you likely always want your operations to run as smoothly as possible. Of course, you undoubtedly also know that claims against your company could result from outside parties that could throw a wrench in your activities and your financial structure. Still, you have legal options for addressing any lawsuits that may come against your company or that your company may have to file against others.

Contract disputes can take major toll on business operations

Contracts play a big part in numerous business transactions. In particular, these agreements can help employees understand their roles, benefits, compensation and other aspects relating to their employment. However, it is not uncommon for contract disputes to take place, and business owners may find themselves facing legal predicaments.

Business litigation: Former CEO deleted company files

Most companies are no stranger to external and internal conflicts. In some cases, the disputes are easily resolved, and in others, businesses could suffer damages and need to take legal action due to the actions of disgruntled individuals. Unfortunately, this type of situation may even involve having to move forward with business litigation against a former employee.

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