Tag Archives: West Palm Beach Business Litigation Attorneys
Are Oral Sales Agreements Enforceable?
Oral business agreements can be considered enforceable contracts, but only sometimes. These type of cases are generally fiercely disputed and are often complex. It is always important to make sure that your business rights are protected. Other parties should be held to their contracts, and on the flip side, you should not be held… Read More »
Contract Review Is Critically Important
A case recently decided by Florida’s Fourth District Court of Appeal highlights the importance of comprehensive contract review. Having a contract reviewed by an attorney will help protect your business from future headaches. If your company is considering entering into a contract, you should contact an experienced West Palm Beach business litigation attorney. The… Read More »
Several West Palm Beach Restaurants Affected By Data Breach
WPTV.com recently reported that dozens of West Palm Beach restaurants, all owned by the Landry’s corporation, were the victims of a serious cyberattack. Sensitive personal identifying information, including customer credit card information, was compromised in the data breach. This case reiterates the importance of Florida businesses remaining vigilant when it comes to data security…. Read More »
Avoiding False Advertising
Running a business can be difficult and the issues can become complex. In the fog of all the decisions you have to make on a daily basis, small mistakes, such as approving an advertisement, can come with big consequences. In this article, we will discuss what deceptive claims are and how your business can… Read More »
We sign contracts with arbitration clauses all the time. Many employment contracts and commercial agreements have arbitration clauses within them. If you find yourself in a position where you need to sue, you may be required to arbitrate the cause instead of taking it to full trial, an issue that may work against you…. Read More »
Deciding to Litigate…Or Not
When it comes to business litigation, the issue of whether to litigate or settle or attempt to use an alternative dispute resolution is one that depends on many factors. Small to medium-sized businesses in particular are vulnerable to the damage that a lawsuit can cause. In the event that you suspect a lawsuit from… Read More »
Potential Issues for Businesses Regarding New Credit Card Technology
The many requirements with which merchants and business owners must comply are ever-changing. As technology changes, so do legal regulations and requirements and, often, it is difficult for owners to keep up. Fortunately, having the help of an experienced business litigation attorney can help ensure that you meet all the necessary requirements to avoid… Read More »
What are Some Common Examples of Consumer Fraud?
Businesses in virtually any industry can violate laws that exist to protect consumers from unfair or deceptive trade practices. Consumer fraud can occur in a variety of contexts, but generally involves a business practice that is fraudulent or misleading in nature and is regulated by federal law and Florida’s Deceptive and Unfair Trade Practices… Read More »
Common Examples of Legal Malpractice
Individuals who practice in regulated professions are expected to conduct themselves with a certain degree of care. Legal malpractice is a form of professional negligence that occurs when an attorney fails to conduct himself or herself in accordance with the standards expected of the profession. When legal malpractice results in losses for clients, they… Read More »
Do People Involved in Partnership Disputes Need to Retain an Attorney?
Partnerships are one of the most common business formations utilized in Florida. A partnership exists when two or more individuals cooperate to conduct business for profit. While partnerships are relatively easy to form, they have the inherent drawback of making all partners personally liable for all debts incurred by the business. In fact, if… Read More »