Month: April 2014

Busting the Myth of the “S-Corp.” as a Business Structure

“My business is an S-Corporation.” I’ve heard this statement hundreds of times from business owners and entrepreneurs. Even certain literature from our own State of Florida states “An S-corporation is also called a standard business corporation.” Despite the confusion, there is actually no such thing as an S-Corp from a legal standpoint. The confusion sets …

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Start Strong: Four Tips for Building Business Partnerships That Last

Few things are more valuable to a business than a productive partnership, but nothing is more destructive than partners who don’t get along. Apple would never have gotten off the ground without the complementary talents and personalities of Steve Wozniak and Steve Jobs, and many other businesses profit from the diverse abilities that two partners …

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Miami Business and Litigation attorney Brett Trembly, Esq., of the Trembly Law Firm, wins appeal.

Appellate tribunal affirmed, per curiam, lower-court’s finding in favor of Trembly’s client at trial. Firm also awarded fees and costs. The Appellate Court’s decision upheld the validity of non-refundable deposits contained in written contracts. Trembly’s client retained a clearly defined, clearly enumerated (important contractual elements) non-refundable deposit given by a repeat customer. The court held …

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