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Tag Archives: West Palm Beach Business Dispute Attorneys

What You Need to Know About Business Contingency Fee Arrangements in Florida

By Michael Pike and Daniel Lustig |

We all know that litigation can be extremely expensive. Many Florida businesses are deterred from litigating an issue simply because of the costs involved. After all, the idea that your company could potentially pour resources into a dispute, only to be left with no recovery is frightening. This is especially true for small and… Read More »

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Never Signed a Partnership Agreement? You Might Still Be in A Legal Partnership

By Michael Pike and Daniel Lustig |

Across Florida, many people choose to set up their business as a partnership. A partnership is a ‘pass through’ entity that offers major advantages in many situations. While most business owners are broadly familiar with the idea of a partnership, many are not aware of the fact that a legally valid partnership can be… Read More »

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Credit Card Changeover and Business Liability

By Michael Pike and Daniel Lustig |

An upcoming change in America’s credit card infrastructure may open companies up to new legal liabilities if they are not careful. The change involves updating the way that information is stored on credit cards to a new, more secure method. That new method requires new equipment to read, which means that companies are going… Read More »

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The Geography of a Lawsuit Part 2: Venue Law

By Michael Pike and Daniel Lustig |

The U.S. court system is a patchwork of many different courts covering different geographic areas. Figuring out which of these different courts is the right one to file a lawsuit in can be of major importance to a case. It can change what law applies. It can alter the types of people who are… Read More »

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Florida Law Places New Requirements on Internet Businesses

By Michael Pike and Daniel Lustig |

Online piracy of music and other media has been a problem that the internet has been trying to cope with for years now. A new Florida law is attempting to make piracy easier for content owners to respond to. The law, known as the True Origin of Digital Goods Act, was signed into law… Read More »

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How Statutes of Limitations Affect Your Case

By Michael Pike and Daniel Lustig |

To paraphrase former Supreme Court Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr., people often mistake courts of law for courts of justice. While judges often strive to come to equitable outcomes, and laws are supposed to be fair, there are also practical considerations at play. These sorts of considerations can sink an otherwise winning claim, if… Read More »

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Implicitly Waiving Contract Rights

By Michael Pike and Daniel Lustig |

American contract law has a complex relationship with formalities, such as signatures and notarization. One the one hand, people use these formalities all the time. When most people think of a contract, they think of a long legal document with a signature page at the end. These formalities are important because they are evidence… Read More »

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