Month: October 2020

Paycheck Protection Program (“PPP”) Loan Forgiveness Process | FLorida

Halloween 2020 What You Need to Know About the Spooky PPP Loan Forgiveness Process

The Paycheck Protection Program (“PPP”) was an extremely significant contribution to the U.S. economy. The coronavirus – or “COVID-19” – which arrived in the U.S. in the first quarter of 2020, has wreaked havoc on both the health and the economic conditions of our country. To improve the economic damage of the coronavirus, the PPP …

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Employer Defenses to Protect Your Business from Employment Disputes

Find the Employment Law Advocates You Need At Trembly Law The Coronavirus (or “COVID-19”) crisis is generating seismic changes throughout the economic landscape of many, if not all countries throughout the world. Such changes force business owners and employers to consider how they manage their business operations, which in turn make it difficult to manage …

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How Non-Compete Agreements Can Violate Antitrust Laws

In a recent post, we provided some general do’s and don’ts for employers planning on using non-compete agreements to protect their legitimate business interests. Broadly speaking, there are several requirements for employers to meet in order for a non-compete agreement to be enforceable in Florida (an employer-friendly state). The main reason these requirements exist is …

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Do’s and Don’ts of Non-Compete Agreements in Florida

Non-compete agreements, which are sometimes referred to as “restrictive covenants,” are highly debated and, sometimes, hotly contested (in court). Many states (like California) take the position that they are unfair to rank-and-file employees, while other jurisdictions (such as Florida) contend they are necessary for providing small businesses a fair shake in free enterprise. Even though …

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Taylor v. Caldwell: Understanding Impossibility Of Performance

In the past, we’ve discussed some of the issues which can arise when a party has difficulty performing the terms of a contract completely. For instance, we’ve discussed the concept of substantial performance. Today, we’re going to discuss another related concept: impossibility. Whenever a contract is breached, the question always comes up: how will the …

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Breach of Contract Damages: Penal Damages In Liquidated Clauses

Recently, we discussed the concept of liquidated damages in breach of contract cases. Liquidated damages are something which every business owner should know about. Nearly every business owner will come across these clauses at one point or another. As we know, liquidated damages are a fixed amount of compensation which is mutually agreed at the …

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