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May 2020 Archives

Real estate licenses could be at risk after complaints

Many professionals need licenses before they can work in their chosen field. As a real estate agent, you had to obtain a license before you could start helping individuals buy or sell property. You may love your job, but you also know that, without your license, you would not be able to continue in this industry.

Construction litigation threatened over endangered species

Commercial real estate developers in Florida and elsewhere can sometimes find themselves in a difficult position when residents of an area oppose construction. Though the developer may try to continue with the project as intended, some parties may try to take action in hopes of delaying or stopping a project altogether. Often, this type of scenario leads to construction litigation.

Ikea facing class action litigation over recalled dressers

Most companies want to provide consumers with useful products that can make their lives easier. Of course, some products may have unexpected issues that could put customers at risk of injury, and as a result, responsible companies recall those products. However, even when such measures are taken, some consumers may not feel the action is adequate, and class action litigation may result.

An appeal could mean hope after an unfavorable ruling

Running a business is not an easy job. In fact, it likely often feels as if you actually have numerous jobs as you try to keep everything on track. Unfortunately, even your best efforts may not satisfy everyone, and your company may have recently faced a lawsuit. Whether the suit came as a shock or as something you anticipated due to a disagreement or other issue, it was still difficult for your company.

Construction litigation results after nonpayment

With any business, it is important to get paid. Business owners and operators need the funds provided by clients and customers in order to keep their doors open. As a result, when a construction company does not receive payment for services, it can cause major hindrances. In some cases, it may be necessary to move forward with construction litigation if a client does not pay.

Business litigation involves anticompetition claims against Uber

When people start a business, they typically want to obtain success and be the best in their particular industry. While many companies do reach these goals, it is common for competitors to claim that they did so through unjust or illegal means. In some cases, successful companies could face business litigation over claims of unfair competition.

Accused of discriminatory hiring practices?

The hiring process can be intimidating for many employers, especially since you are dealing with many regulations related to fairness and discrimination. While it is important to screen applicants and learn as much as you can about them to find the one who is best for the job, it is also critical that you not violate the applicants' rights under the Americans with Disabilities Act. In some cases, the wording of a single question can make all the difference.

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