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Defects, lack of pay can lead to construction litigation

In any type of relationship, disputes are common. Even if companies create contracts in order to outline the nature of the business relationship, one or more parties may not adhere to the terms of the agreement. If this happens, it is possible for construction litigation to take place in order to resolve the issues that result.

Does your company need written employment contracts?

Running a business in Florida comes with various responsibilities and decisions regarding your employees. One of these choices will be deciding whether you want to use employment contracts to clarify and outline the relationship you have with the people who work for you. There are many benefits to using these types of contracts, and they can provide protection for everyone involved.

You don't lose your right to work as you get older

As you age, you may find that you are not able to do some of the things that you used to do when you were younger. However, that does not mean that you are now less able to work and unable to contribute to the team. Despite the fact that you are willing and able to work, Florida employers often prefer younger employees. This type of preferential treatment is not fair, and sometimes, it steps over the line and becomes age discrimination. 

Recalled products on Amazon lead to class action litigation

There are instances in which an issue with a product or the actions of a company could affect many people. In such cases, companies could end up in the middle of class action litigation if legal claims are filed on behalf of numerous consumers. In fact, Amazon is in the middle of such a claim now.

Business litigation not uncommon for small companies

Though many Florida residents may think only of the positive potentials of starting their own small businesses, it is not unusual for difficulties to strike. Some issues could arise early and be handled relatively easily, and in other cases, more serious problems could come later on. For instance, business litigation is an ordeal that many small businesses face.

Informally and formally addressing a breach of contract

Contracts are valuable business tools. If you run a company and need to work with an outside party, creating a contract can help everyone involved understand the expectations of the work, compensation and other important details. These contracts can also include potential repercussions in the event that one party breaches the terms.

Walmart, Tesla involved in business litigation over solar panels

When issues arise, it is common for Florida businesses and those elsewhere to feel that taking legal action is the best approach. Lawsuits can often help address serious problems for which a company may need to seek damages. Though legal claims can be avoided in some cases when parties work out issues among themselves, some problems are not so easily handled, and business litigation is needed.

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