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Strong contracts are good for your Florida business

If you own a small business in Florida, you know how important it is to address certain legal issues before they become a problem. There is much more involved with running a small business than finding a storefront and simply opening up shop. One of the most important factors for your consideration is drafting and securing strong contracts.

Does creating a non-compete agreement suit company interests?

Running a business can take up a large part of an owner's life. Because of this, you certainly want to do your best to ensure that no unnecessary hardships befall your company. Many owners have this goal, and you may be among those who choose to use certain contracts to help keep business relationships clear and to protect company interests.

So, Your Client Wants to Negotiate. What Contract Changes Should You Consider?

As a business owner, at some point you are likely to come across a client (or perhaps multiple clients) that want to negotiate the terms of your standard agreement. You are open to negotiating, but you do not want to give them everything, so how do you decide where to draw the line?

Goods v. Services: What's the Difference?

Under Florida's contract laws, two distinct sets of doctrines exist, depending upon the nature of the agreement between the two parties. Understanding this distinction may help in the event of a conflict and will undoubtedly help parties better understand their rights prior to engaging in an agreement with another individual or business.

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