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How Business Succession Planning Can Help Reduce The Risk Of A Partnership Dispute

By Michael Pike and Daniel Lustig |

No business owner wants to end up locked in a partnership dispute. A dispute within a partnership can cause serious damage to the business. Notably, transition periods are one of the highest risk times for partnership disputes. For this reason, every company should have a comprehensive business succession plan in place. In this blog… Read More »

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Former MLB All Star Alex Rodriguez Scores Legal Victory In Dispute With Ex-Business Partner

By Michael Pike and Daniel Lustig |

According to reporting from Forbes, former MLB All-Star Alex Rodriguez has scored a significant legal victory in a dispute with his ex-business partner and ex-brother-in-law Constantine Scurtis. Mr. Rodriguez is facing a wide range of allegations from Mr. Scurtis, including a civil RICO lawsuit. However, a Florida Circuit Court has ruled that certain background… Read More »

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A Well-Drafted Partnership Agreement Can Help You Avoid Disputes

By Michael Pike and Daniel Lustig |

No business owner wants to end up locked in a partnership dispute. While disagreements between partners are bound to happen, a lengthy dispute could cause serious damage to the business. A well-drafted partnership agreement can go a long way towards reducing the risk of conflict. Here, our Miami partnership disputes lawyers highlight three key… Read More »

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Partnership Disputes And Mandatory Arbitration: What Business Owners Need To Know

By Michael Pike and Daniel Lustig |

Business partners can end up in a conflict for a wide range of different reasons. If a dispute does arise, you need to carefully review your partnership agreement. The agreement provides the sources of your rights and responsibilities. In many cases, partnership agreements include forced arbitration provisions. In Florida, forced arbitration clauses are generally… Read More »

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Partnership Dispute: Who Owns Trade Secrets When A Company Dissolves?

By Michael Pike and Daniel Lustig |

Trade secrets can be a valuable form of intellectual property (IP). For some businesses, their trade secrets are among their most important intangible assets. The United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO), explains that a trade secret can qualify for legal protection under federal law if the following three criteria are met: The information… Read More »

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Partnership Disputes In Florida: Misuse Of Partnership Assets

By Michael Pike and Daniel Lustig |

Business partners are forced to put a lot of faith in each other. A good relationship requires trust and good faith by all parties. If one partner misuses the assets of the business, it can cause serious damage to the partnership—it could also destroy professional and personal relationships. In Florida, there are remedies available… Read More »

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Four Tips For Peacefully Ending A Business Partnership In Florida

By Michael Pike and Daniel Lustig |

Even the best of businesses may someday end. If you are preparing to wind down or dissolve a business partnership in Florida, the last thing you want is to get locked up in a serious dispute. A partnership dispute can cost you time and money. With the proper plan of action, you can reduce… Read More »

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Partnership Disputes: Joint Ventures

By Michael Pike and Daniel Lustig |

A joint venture is a business entity created by two or more parties. A joint venture can be thought of as a temporary partnership. Businesses join together to share costs and risks while in pursuit of a common goal. Companies and entrepreneurs may enter a joint venture for a wide range of different reasons—from… Read More »

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Partnership Law In Florida: What To Know About Self-Dealing

By Michael Pike and Daniel Lustig |

Self-dealing is exactly what it sounds like: It occurs when an individual takes advantage of their trusted position for the benefit of their personal interests, and not the party/entity to which they owe legal responsibilities. In Florida, self-dealing could be a violation of the state’s partnership laws. In this blog post, our West Palm… Read More »

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Partnership Disputes: Your Guide To Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) In Florida

By Michael Pike and Daniel Lustig |

Business partners end up in disputes for many different reasons. A partnership dispute, even if it turned ugly, does not necessarily mean you are headed for lawsuit. Quite the contrary, business partnership disputes are often good candidates for alternative dispute resolution (ADR). As noted by the Florida Bar Association, the term ADR is used… Read More »

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