Tag Archives: Sarasota Business Litigation Lawyers
The Importance of the Owners’ Agreement in Business Formation
As highlighted by a recent Forbes article, running a business unfortunately sometimes involves disputes and conflicts. Whether it involves a breach of contract claim, property rights, unfair trade practices, or something else, there really is no excuse for failing to ensure that you have every legal control possible in place at the outset. With… Read More »
What if You Suspect a Violation in Your Non-Compete Agreement?
In today’s extremely competitive business world, more and more employers are requiring their employees to sign a variation of a non-compete agreement. This is an agreement between the business and the employee that restricts where the employee can work for a certain period of time when the employment is terminated. The employee typically agrees… Read More »
Congress Votes on Bankruptcy Reform For Banks
Recently the United States House of Representatives voted to approve new legislation on bankruptcy code for banks across the country. Officially known as the Financial Institution Bankruptcy Act of 2017 (FIBA), the legislation is designed to avoid taxpayer bailouts and financial crisis in the event that a bank fails. Supporters of the legislation believe… Read More »