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U.S. Supreme Court Decision Expected to Have Drastic Impact On Business Litigation

By Moran, Sanchy & Associates |

A U.S. Supreme Court decision made on Monday, May 21 is projected to have a significant impact on businesses, potentially saving them from engaging in excessive business litigation. In a nutshell, the Court decided that employees who sign arbitration agreements regarding any employment-related legal claims  cannot  pursue such claims as part of a class… Read More »


The First Steps in Preparing Your Foreclosure Defense

By Moran, Sanchy & Associates |

Foreclosure is, unfortunately, a reality that many Americans have to deal with, especially as our economy and the job market continue to change. In April alone, there were more than 64,000 properties with a foreclosure filing nationwide. There are a number of housing markets where foreclosures are picking back up. Typically, a foreclosure starts… Read More »


New Florida Law Addressing Foreclosure Defense after Bankruptcy Explained

By Moran, Sanchy & Associates |

In late March, Governor Rick Scott signed a bill into law that affects foreclosure defense in the state of Florida. Specifically, Senate Bill 220 addresses the property rights of defendants with respect to the overlap between bankruptcy and foreclosure proceedings. Below, we provide some clarifications when it comes to contesting a foreclosure after bankruptcy… Read More »


The Pros and Cons of Subscription Services as Business Transaction Models

By Moran, Sanchy & Associates |

These days, the subscription has become more popular than ever as a business transaction model: Amazon, Netflix, Dropbox, Spotify, etc.—all are based on users paying for a regular, supposedly superior service. The subscription-based business model is appealing to many because it arguably “locks in” a specific number of customers for a set amount time,… Read More »


Important spring 2018 Business Litigation Cases & Decisions

By Moran, Sanchy & Associates |

Spring 2018 saw a number of important federal filings, decisions, and updates made with respect to the field of business litigation. Below, we discuss these in depth: Sanctions Imposed For Records Destroyed According to a recent ruling by a federal magistrate judge, a former CEO was sanctioned for destroying documents retrieved from his company’s… Read More »


New Tax Law Affects Estate Planning

By Moran, Sanchy & Associates |

The new tax law that was signed into effect represents one of the most significant changes to the tax code over the last 30 years, and has an impact on estate planning. Among its many changes, the law doubles the estate, generation-skipping, and gift transfer (GST) exemptions. We discuss this in greater detail below…. Read More »


How to Use an Accounting under Florida Law to Hold a Business Partner Liable

By Moran, Sanchy & Associates |

Daily Business Review recently featured an interesting article addressing the issue of international partnerships in business litigation and how to obtain justice by finding a jurisdictional hook that allows the U.S. company to hold the international business partner liable. The answer lies in what’s known as ‘the right to an accounting.’ This refers to… Read More »


South Florida Court Raises Questions for Foreclosure Defense Cases

By Moran, Sanchy & Associates |

A recent foreclosure defense case out of South Florida has many borrowers concerned. Specifically, in this case, although the borrowers ultimately won the case against the bank, they were not awarded attorneys’ fees. Below, we discuss some additional details of the case and decision, and also provide some guidance on how those of us… Read More »


What Can Commercial Landlords Expect In 2018?

By Moran, Sanchy & Associates |

When it comes to agreements and disputes between commercial landlords and tenants, there are certain changes—along with the issue of more and more tenant bankruptcies—that commercial landlords should be prepared for. For one, the digital transformation is forcing landlords to evolve in order to meet a new set of tenant demands. In addition, more… Read More »


Should Your Business Go Cashless? Our Attorneys Discuss Your Options

By Moran, Sanchy & Associates |

Many businesses have decided to go cashless and accept only card and digital payments of late. Just between 2010 and 2014, the share of transactions that did not involve cash grew by 20 percent. In addition, paying by credit or debit card was the preferred way to pay for 75 percent of consumers surveyed…. Read More »