Month: December 2013

Miami Business Law: Are Your Contracts As Specific As They Need to Be?

All contracts are not created equal. If your business relies on vague, generic contracts to define important relationships, you are setting yourself up for disappointment at best, disaster at worst. Without proper specificity, your contracts may not be enforceable. Or, even if they are enforceable, a vague contract could be interpreted by a court of …

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Starting a Business? Here Are Three Common Legal Mistakes to Avoid

If you’re planning on starting a business or already in the early stages, congratulations! Building a business is a challenging but fulfilling endeavor, and I consider myself fortunate to spend a great deal of time counseling and advising business owners and entrepreneurs like yourself. Today I’d like to identify several common legal mistakes which many …

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