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AT&T workers involved in contract disputes

It is common for employers to utilize employment contracts to create an understanding between themselves and employees. These contracts can include various terms, and in some cases, those terms do not always work in everyone's favor. As a result, it is common for contract disputes to arise, especially when contracts expire and workers want to negotiate for better terms.

How a Thorough Employment Policy Manual Can Help Avoid Conflict & Exposure to Liability

As a business owner, you are likely familiar with the various ways in which an employer could face liability from potential, current or former employees. Fortunately, with the help of a Ft. Lauderdale employment lawyer, there are a number of ways to help minimize the risks of a lawsuit and insulate against the financial impact of employment-related litigation.

Dot Your "I's" and Cross Your "T's:" Tips for Covering Your Bases When Hiring New Employees

Taxes, payroll, policies...oh my! If the thought of hiring your first few employees leaves your head spinning, the business attorneys of Michael L. Feinstein, P.A. can help put you at ease. With our business formation and consultation services, we can guide you through the process safely and confidently, thereby freeing up your time for more important matters - like growing your enterprise.

How an Attorney can Help Start-Ups Successfully Navigate Employment Laws

Starting your own business takes risk, gumption, and faith. It also takes help from financial and legal advisors - which some may view as the more tedious side to becoming one's own boss. Fortunately, our team of Ft. Lauderdale employment lawyers can offer a comprehensive, easy-to-understand explanation of the various legal requirements of owning a business, ranging from payroll and taxation issues to compliance and anti-discrimination concerns. Regardless of the nature of your business, our attorneys can work with you and your staff to create a positive start-up experience, while protecting you from the pitfalls of unaddressed legal issues.

Legal Implications of Working With Sub-Contractors

In the construction realm, completing a project usually requires the involvement of a team of sub-contractors working together to complete the areas of the job congruent with the specialty of each. If you are in the business of routinely working with sub-contractors, or have questions about how Florida law applies to impose liability in the event of a breach, we encourage you to contact our Ft. Lauderdale construction lawyers as soon as possible. If you are facing a breach, or anticipate an upcoming breach of contract, our lawyers can help mitigate the situation and work to reduce financial liability for you and your business.

How Alternative Dispute Resolution Can Help Your Business Avoid Costly Litigation

Going to court is expensive, time-intensive, and can bring your business productivity to a screeching halt. However, conflicts with customers, clients, vendors, distributors, or shareholders can similarly drain your company's resources - both tangible and intangible. Inevitably, a business conflict must be resolved - but what are some options that do not involve the formalities of the civil courtroom? Fortunately, your Ft. Lauderdale business attorneys can offer alternative dispute resolution options that can effectuate a mutually-amicable result while avoiding the scrutiny of a judge and jury. If you are interested in business dispute resolution alternatives, we encourage you to contact a Fort Lauderdale business attorney right away.

How and Why Businesses Must Use Contracts for Every Transaction

A contract is an absolute essential in any business transaction - however it is often overlooked as unnecessary or overly formal. As your Fort Lauderdale contract lawyers will explain further, a contract is a (relatively) simple document that can help avoid all kinds of issues in the future - including discrepancies over misunderstood delivery times, non-conforming goods, or misperceptions in payment terms. As the old saying goes, "an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure," and this sentiment could not run truer than in the context of business contracts and the extent to which a short document can avoid a costly disaster.

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