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February 2014 Archives

2013 brought an increase in the number of Florida mergers

From a small business merger to the friendly acquisition of a major corporation, takeovers can take a number of forms. In Fort Lauderdale and throughout Florida, many businesses are taking advantage of the perks of buying a company. However, before moving forward with an acquisition, it is imperative to approach the process properly with comprehensive planning. When solid business goals are established and an effective plan is implemented, mergers and acquisitions are a great way to grow.

Overtime claims prompt Florida workers to sue former employer

Although it is not uncommon for employers and employees to disagree over a number of issues, it is important for both to live up to their responsibilities. When it comes to filing a lawsuit, those who have been mistreated or are seeking retribution should be able to benefit from the truth being revealed in court. However, some people in Fort Lauderdale and throughout Florida are not familiar with the ins and outs of employment litigation and the legal process. As a result, these people should do everything they can to approach their case properly.

Florida bank grows considerably after acquisition

There are a number of strategies that businesses employ to ensure growth, such as following trends and ensuring high-quality service that brings customers back. Plus, some businesses in Fort Lauderdale and throughout the state also take advantage of the numerous benefits that acquiring another company can provide. However, there are many things that a business should focus on when it comes to mergers and acquisitions, from legal considerations to existing facilities and financial obligations.

New football facility at center of business dispute

When millions of dollars are at stake in the building of a new facility, the parties involved may enter into a contract. This contract states expectations up front for any business involved in the planning, development and building of the new facility. If one party doesn’t hold up their end of the agreement, they may be taken to court to ensure that both parties are satisfied with the results. At this point, a judge or jury in Florida or any other state may decide which end of the contract should be upheld.

Litigation halts construction of Florida building

There are a number of hurdles that can interrupt business, such as lack of funding or a breach of contract. However, business litigation is another issue that some Miami companies have to deal with. There are a variety of reasons why lawsuits are filed and legal action can have a devastating impact on a business, regardless of the cause. As a result, it is important for any business owner dealing with this issue to make sure they understand their options and the best way to move forward.

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