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Analyzing breaches of contract, Part 1

Analyzing breaches of contract, Part 1 On behalf of H. Clay Parker, Esq. posted in Business Litigation on Thursday, March 30, 2017. Most businesses will enter into numerous contracts over the span of its existence, with the goal of these contracts being that they provide mutually-beneficial gains to the parties involved. The contract serves a strict Read More

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Many factors to consider with non-compete agreements

Many factors to consider with non-compete agreements On behalf of H. Clay Parker, Esq. posted in Business Litigation on Wednesday, March 22, 2017. Non-compete agreements are fairly straightforward documents, but the effects they have on the individual, the individual’s employer, and any past or future employer involved with the individual or the non-compete are what make Read More

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Considering business bankruptcy? Here are a few tips

Considering business bankruptcy? Here are a few tips On behalf of H. Clay Parker, Esq. posted in Business Litigation on Wednesday, March 15, 2017. There are no guarantees in business, and financial health certainly is one of the common problems that companies run into. If you are having a tough time paying off your debts or Read More

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IBM accused of fraud in $170M lawsuit

IBM accused of fraud in $170M lawsuit On behalf of H. Clay Parker, Esq. posted in Business Litigation on Thursday, March 9, 2017. The following story doesn’t involve the state of Pennsylvania, but it does involve another state filing a lawsuit against IBM over a contract dispute. The case in question involves the state of Pennsylvania Read More

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Did Uber steal trade secret from a Google partner?

Did Uber steal trade secret from a Google partner? On behalf of H. Clay Parker, Esq. posted in Business Litigation on Friday, February 24, 2017. The theft of trade secrets is a very serious allegation and one that any company should take seriously, regardless of what side of the allegation they are on. Trade secret theft Read More

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Wendy’s sues large franchisee for alleged breach of contract

Wendy’s sues large franchisee for alleged breach of contract On behalf of H. Clay Parker, Esq. posted in Business Litigation on Sunday, February 22, 2015. Franchise disputes are a substantial source of business litigation to law firms in Florida that handle such matters. This generally consists of a disagreement between the franchiser, e.g., McDonald’s or another Read More

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Stock price dips after Tempur Sealy announces contract termination

Stock price dips after Tempur Sealy announces contract termination On behalf of H. Clay Parker, Esq. posted in Business Litigation on Thursday, February 9, 2017. Last week, Tempur Sealy — one of the giants of the mattress industry — saw its stock price collapse to the lowest point in four yearrs. The drop in price also Read More

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Minimizing risk through well-drafted non-compete agreements

Minimizing risk through well-drafted non-compete agreements On behalf of H. Clay Parker, Esq. posted in Business Litigation on Wednesday, December 28, 2016. As a business owner, you know the serious impact that a dispute or contract issue can have on the health and success of your operations. It is possible to avoid such conflicts and minimize Read More

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Some Florida insurers receive a very special privilege

Some Florida insurers receive a very special privilege On behalf of H. Clay Parker, Esq. posted in Business Litigation on Friday, December 9, 2016. Florida insurance policyholders have a problem. The problem is the manner that Florida courts protect some information held by insurers. This information often consists of the reports and files the insurance company Read More

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Partnerships and LLCs: What’s the difference?

Partnerships and LLCs: What’s the difference? On behalf of H. Clay Parker, Esq. posted in Business Litigation on Monday, November 7, 2016. When starting a business, it is important to consider its type or something known as entity selection. This decision is not about whether you will open a laundromat or a late night restaurant; it Read More

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