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Appealing a court order may be necessary in business litigation

Lawsuits between businesses can be complicated to handle. Often, there is a lot at stake in such cases, and company owners and operators want to keep the best interests of their businesses at the forefront. In some cases, efforts to protect a company may mean appealing a court order.

Construction litigation stems from lack of payment for project

Hiring companies to perform certain duties or to complete projects is common. Often, contracts are drawn up that detail the terms of the business relationship, and agreements are made. Of course, not everyone abides by those terms, and not everyone chooses to act in an upstanding manner. As a result, when a company is not paid as agreed, construction litigation can result.

Contract disputes between Yum Brands, Grubhub lead to lawsuit

Business relationships can open doors for companies. Often, companies choose to work together because they can each benefit from the arrangement. However, these relationships do not always run smoothly, and contract disputes can arise if one or both parties involved believe that the terms were not honored.

Google facing class action litigation over incognito mode privacy

Most people in Florida and across the country connect to the internet on a daily basis. Going online often means that bits of personal information and activity are collected by various sites. Even if users do not give explicit permission for the collection of data, it can still happen. Some individuals may have believed that using Google Chrome's incognito mode would prevent the tracking of activity, but that is not the case. Still, this apparent misunderstanding has resulted in class action litigation against Google.

Legal support during business litigation could be invaluable

Companies may be impersonal, but they are still made up of people. Regardless of the existence of contracts and agreements between the companies, the people involved may not abide by them through either a mistake or intention. A great deal of business litigation here in Miami and elsewhere ultimately centers on the breakdown of the relationships between the people who own or work in the companies involved.

Wrongfully stopping work could lead to construction litigation

Winning a bid for a renovation or a new build here in the Miami area can be exciting. The prospect of building or maintaining the company's reputation and working hard to make a profit could give owners a new reason to look forward to the workday. That is, until it comes time for a payment that does not come. Some contractors may be tempted to stop work until payment is made, but doing so wrongfully could end up leading to construction litigation.

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