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October 2019 Archives

Construction litigation ensues when developer pulls out of deal

Though the construction industry can be lucrative, company owners can also face numerous issues. In some cases, a prospective project could fall through even after a deal was made, and the company could face serious setbacks and financial losses. It is not unusual for construction litigation to result from this type of ordeal.

Taco Bell facing business litigation over false advertising claim

Any company can end up facing complaints from customers. In some cases, the complaints may come in the form of harshly-worded reviews left online, and that is where they end. In other cases, some individuals could bring about lawsuits to have their grievances addressed through business litigation.

Protecting your interests when buying a condo

It's exciting to think about buying a home in Florida. You may be ready to own your own place and make your house into your dream home. Everyone has different aspirations regarding home ownership, but you may be considering the benefits of purchasing a condominium instead of a single family home. Just as with any other type of real estate purchase, you will need to be cautious and careful before you move forward with this purchase.

Company pursues construction litigation over lack of payment

Working in construction can have many difficulties. Some projects can be more difficult than others, and there is always the risk of accidents taking place that could leave workers seriously injured. On top of that, there is the chance that construction litigation will take place because a client did not pay.

Appeals in the works after Johnson and Johnson ruling

When companies face accusations of wrongdoing, they can often end up in court having to defend themselves. In some cases, the initial ruling may not be favorable. Fortunately, in this type of scenario, companies can often file appeals in efforts to gain a better outcome through additional legal proceedings. 

Contract disputes could hinge on enforceability

Running a business often means creating business relationships. In some cases, Florida company owners may need to bring employees into the fold in order to carry out tasks, or they may need to team up with another company in order to reach a goal. Whatever the relationship, owners typically enter into agreements with the other parties to avoid confusion about expectations. However, contract disputes can arise.

A real estate purchase agreement is open for negotiation

If you have your eye on a piece of property or home, you may have many questions about the steps you must take to make the purchase. Purchasing a new home, especially one that may be valued in the millions, is not something you want to do hastily or without taking careful consideration before signing any documents.


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