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Minimizing risk through well-drafted non-compete agreements

Minimizing risk through well-drafted non-compete agreements On behalf of Parker & Associates, P.A. 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 Read More

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LLC tax pros and cons

LLC tax pros and cons On behalf of Parker & Associates, P.A. posted in Business Formation & Planning on Monday, June 12, 2017. Florida entrepreneurs who are considering establishing new companies and may be interested in utilizing the Limited Liability Company structure should understand how taxes are handled for these types of businesses. There may Read More

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Jeweler sues former employees for allegedly taking secret info

Jeweler sues former employees for allegedly taking secret info On behalf of Parker & Associates, P.A. posted in Business Litigation on Tuesday, June 6, 2017. Up the eastern seaboard from Orlando, Florida, there is a trade secret lawsuit going on between Smyth Jewelers — a century-old business with a significant presence in Baltimore — and Read More

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Sears, One World Technologies embroiled in contract dispute

Sears, One World Technologies embroiled in contract dispute On behalf of Parker & Associates, P.A. posted in Business Litigation on Wednesday, May 17, 2017. An intriguing contract dispute is brewing between Sears and One World Technologies, a subsidiary of a Chinese company called Techtronic Industries that manufactures the tools under the Craftsman brand. The CEO Read More

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Liens and the law in Florida

Liens and the law in Florida On behalf of Parker & Associates, P.A. posted in Business Litigation on Tuesday, May 9, 2017. Tax season has just passed, and in the wake of it you are probably seeing more articles in reference to tax liens. But a lien is something that can be applied outside of Read More

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Sidewalk remains unfinished as a result of contract dispute

Sidewalk remains unfinished as a result of contract dispute On behalf of Parker & Associates, P.A. posted in Business Litigation on Saturday, April 29, 2017. While the following story didn’t occur here in Florida, it exemplifies the problems that can occur when two parties are unable to reach an amicable solution to a contract dispute. Read More

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Your company’s trade secret needs to be protected

Your company’s trade secret needs to be protected On behalf of Parker & Associates, P.A. posted in Business Litigation on Thursday, April 20, 2017. Let’s say that your business is a restaurant, and one of the reasons your restaurant is so popular is that you have a secret recipe that every customer loves. This leads Read More

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Analyzing breaches of contract, Part 2

nalyzing breaches of contract, Part 2 On behalf of Parker & Associates, P.A. posted in Business Litigation on Friday, March 31, 2017. In our last post, we began a discussion about breaches of contract and how these issues can create serious legal problems for many different companies. And it isn’t just legal problems that come Read More

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Analyzing breaches of contract, Part 1

Analyzing breaches of contract, Part 1 On behalf of Parker & Associates, P.A. 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 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 Parker & Associates, P.A. 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 Read More

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