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Contract Dispute: Florida Agency Attempting to Replace a Vendor at Sebastian Inlet

By Michael Pike and Daniel Lustig |

According to reporting from Florida Today, the Florida Department of Environmental Protection (FDEP) is attempting to remove a vendor (J&S Investment Properties LLC) over a contract dispute. The vendor operates a gift shop at Sebastian Inlet State Park, but the agency alleges that the private company has breached the contract, and now they are… Read More »

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What is an Anticipatory Breach of Contract?

By Michael Pike and Daniel Lustig |

A breach of contract occurs when at least one party fails to fulfill obligations that were stipulated by a legally binding agreement. In most cases, a breach of contract happens the moment when one part of the contract is scheduled to be executed. If the contract is not actually performed at that time, a… Read More »

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Four Reasons Your Non-Compete Agreement Could Be Invalid In Florida

By Michael Pike and Daniel Lustig |

Many companies in Florida use non-compete agreements to help protect important confidential information relating to their business. When used properly, a non-compete contract is a very valuable legal too. However, all business owners and managers must understand that Florida courts will look at non-compete contracts with a skeptical eye. In fact, the terms of… Read More »

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What kinds of Situations can Lead to Employment Contract Disputes?

By Michael Pike and Daniel Lustig |

Employment contracts are legally binding agreements that create rights and responsibilities between employers and employees. These agreements generally detail the nature and scope of a position, the amount that an employee will be paid, any benefits that they employee will have, grounds for termination, and other important details regarding a job. When these terms… 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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