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July 2020 Archives

Do you have reason to file a breach of contract lawsuit?

Almost any type of business transaction can benefit from having a contract in place. You may have signed many agreements over the course of your business, and in most cases, the relationships worked out as intended, and the contracts came to a close. However, you may have recently found yourself involved in a business relationship that is causing your company problems.

Consumers want ComEd to face class action litigation

Businesses can make mistakes in many ways. In some cases, they may participate in questionable activities because they believe those activities could benefit their companies. However, some actions could result in effects on customers that they perceive as negative, and those customers could attempt to bring class action litigation against a company.

Oracle Corp. facing a lawsuit over an alleged lack of diversity

Most companies want to do their best to ensure that diversity is a significant part of their operations. They want to employ diverse workers, appeal to diverse clients and customers, and have an overall reputation of harboring diverse interests. However, some parties may feel that a company is not doing enough to further diversity and a lawsuit could result.

The fragile nature of the corporate veil

When starting a business, one of the first decisions you must make is the type of entity you will use to run your business. For many in Florida, the limited liability company or corporation is the most desirable because they offer protection of the business owner's personal assets in the event that the business becomes liable for debts or damages. This separation of the corporation's assets from those of the owner or shareholders is called the corporate veil.

Apple, T-Mobile facing class action litigation over privacy

Businesses, especially large companies, are no stranger to lawsuits. Of course, that does not mean that they want to end up facing class action litigation every other day. Unfortunately, some clients or customers can face issues that they believe warrant such action, and companies may be put in a position to defend themselves.

Discrimination claim leads to class action litigation

Businesses often have to do what they can to ensure that their company operations run as smoothly as possible. Though they may feel as if they treat every worker the same, some individuals may believe that their employer is not. As a result, discrimination claims could be filed against a company, and in some cases, they could lead to class action litigation.

What you may not know about your HOA

Homeowners associations, condo associations and other community governing boards have a bad reputation. Television and movies often portray members and officers of HOAs as power-hungry, entitled tyrants who patrol the streets with clipboards and yardsticks to measure the height of each resident's lawn. A fraction of an inch too high and the homeowner receives a warning and a fine.

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