Month: May 2020

Non-Compete Litigation: Should You Litigate or Negotiate a Violation of a Non-Compete Agreement?

Introduction Several countries are placed under complete lockdowns and at a standstill due to the Coronavirus pandemic, impacting all phases of life and government. Small and medium sized businesses are severely affected due to these lockdowns. Employers have mandated employees to work remotely. While this method might minimize the spread of the virus, it may …

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What Should Building Owners Be Doing to Survive COVID-19 Pandemic

Rental Buildings – What Should Building Owners Be Doing to Survive COVID-19 Pandemic

Owners of apartment and condo buildings with rental units are facing a tough time. Tenants are also unable to pay rent and various cities and counties have entered orders preventing residential evictions. We have put together some tips for building owners looking to recover payments and get help. Here are 4 steps that these building …

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Things to Consider When Reopening Offices After Covid-19 Closures

Returning to Work: What Employers Need to Consider When Reopening Offices After Covid-19 Closures

As various cities and municipalities are lifting closure orders nonessential businesses, employers are scrambling to reopen and bring employees back to work. There are several issues that employers need to keep in mind in this scenario, and this article endeavors to identify some of the more potent concerns or issues that may arise. 1. When …

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Trembly Law Firm Successfully Defends Appeal in the Third District Court of Appeals of Florida Regarding Inconsistent Jury Verdict

Trembly Law Firm Successfully Defends Appeal in the Third District Court of Appeals of Florida Regarding Inconsistent Jury Verdict Trembly Law Firm was hired by the defendants/appellees to defend against an appeal to the Third District Court of Appeals from an order granting defendants’ motion for new trial based on an inconsistent jury verdict. The …

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