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Three Common Types Of Business Partnership Disputes Over Profits

By Michael Pike and Daniel Lustig |

Profits are the lifeblood of a business partnership. It takes a tremendous amount of work to form, build, and develop a successful business partnership. Profits can make the endeavor worth the effort for entrepreneurs. Profits—and other financial considerations—are also the leading reason why business partners get locked in disputes. Here, our Miami partnership dispute… Read More »

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Hazing Accidents At Schools: Who Is Liable?

By Michael Pike and Daniel Lustig |

As fall starts to approach, many of our kids will be headed off to college. With college comes fraternities, sororities, and other clubs and activities, and that means hazing is potentially involved. Although some schools and organizations do better than others, hazing is still a problem, and can still lead to liability for students… Read More »

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Liability For Equine And Horseback Riding Accidents

By Michael Pike and Daniel Lustig |

Of all the sports and recreation activities that we have in Florida, there’s one that doesn’t get as much attention as many others: horses, horseback riding, and equine-based competitions and activities. Whether for competition, show, sport, or just fun, riding horses is a big activity in Florida. How safe is it to ride a… Read More »

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Look For These Safety Measures In Or Around Residential Pools

By Michael Pike and Daniel Lustig |

Let’s say that you have a young child, and your child is invited to a friend’s house to play in the pool. It seems very safe; your child is a strong swimmer, and you consider the other family to be responsible. But have you considered all of the potential dangers, and the safety measures,… Read More »

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Golf Cart Accidents On The Rise

By Michael Pike and Daniel Lustig |

Florida once again made national news this week when a 58-year old woman was arrested for driving a golf cart, while intoxicated on I-95. While driving on a highway in a golf cart is not often seen, as it is incredibly reckless and unusually audacious, it isn’t unusual to see residents of South Florida… Read More »

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Back To School Season Means It’s Time To Review Street Safety With Your Kids

By Michael Pike and Daniel Lustig |

Florida is officially the most dangerous state to be a pedestrian. South Florida is considered the 14th most dangerous metropolitan area in the country for auto-pedestrian accidents, according to a study conducted by the nonprofit organization Smart Growth America that analyzed those types of crashes from 2009 to 2021. In fact, 7 of the top 20… Read More »

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Florida Regulators Potentially Secures More Than $1 Million For Consumers (FDUTPA Violation)

By Michael Pike and Daniel Lustig |

On July 5th, 2022, the Office of Attorney General Ashley Moody announced enforcement action against Bruno LLC. The HVAC contractor operated as Bruno Total Home Performance and Bruno Air Conditioning in Florida. Owned by Louis Bruno, the company has its main offices in Naples and Bonita Springs. According to the allegations, the company used… Read More »

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Did Your Business Partner Breach The Partnership Agreement? You Have Four Legal Options

By Michael Pike and Daniel Lustig |

A partnership agreement is the foundation of the legal relationship between business partners. While there are partnership laws in Florida, the partnership agreement serves as the basis for each partner’s rights and responsibilities. A breach of partnership agreement can cause serious harm to the non-breaching party. This raises an important question: What can you… Read More »

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Medical Technology Company Faces Shareholder Lawsuit Over Delayed Shipment

By Michael Pike and Daniel Lustig |

According to a report from the Medical Device Business Journal, Outset Medical—a medical technology company based in San Jose, California—is facing a shareholder lawsuit over a shipment hold that was placed on one of its products in June of 2022. There was a sharp drop in the company’s share price after news of the… Read More »

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How Do You Prove Pain And Suffering?

By Michael Pike and Daniel Lustig |

When you are trying to prove your damages or your injuries to an insurance company or to a jury, there are some ways to prove these items that may be obvious. For example, if you are seeking compensation for a medical expense you had, you present the medical bill. If you are looking for… Read More »

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