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5 Signs You Might Be Facing a Partnership Dispute Soon

Starting and managing a business with partners can be immensely rewarding, but it also comes with its challenges. Thousands of businesses are involved in partnership dispute lawsuits each year. Recognizing the early signs of a potential partnership dispute is crucial to addressing issues before they escalate. At Trembly Law Firm, we understand the dynamics of

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FTC Issues Sweeping Ban on Non-Compete Agreements: What Employers Need to Know

On May 7, 2024, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) published the final rule banning non-compete clauses in most employment agreements nationwide, marking a significant shift in the landscape of employment law. The effective date of the ban will be September 4, 2024. Let’s discuss the events leading up to the FTC’s decision, key provisions of

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Federal Trade Commission Announces Rule Banning Non Competes Nationwide With a Few Exceptions

On Tuesday April 23, 2024 the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) issued a final rule banning most non competes nationwide. At Trembly Law, we are actively monitoring the situation and are ready to assist you in navigating these changes effectively. Our goal is to ensure that your business remains compliant, while also safeguarding your interests in

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Five Mistakes Businesses Make When They Don’t Have General Counsel in Place

Many small to medium-sized businesses (“SMB”) find themselves in a bind: as they grow, so do their legal needs, but they’re often not quite large enough to justify the expense of a full-time in-house lawyer. At the same time, the prospect of turning to outside law firms, with no constraints on billable hours, makes many

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The Hidden Legal Challenges Facing Florida’s Thriving Businesses

In the sunny state of Florida, a new industry is rapidly emerging – manufacturing. According to the inaugural manufacturing report released by FloridaCommerce and FloridaMakes, the Sunshine State is making significant strides in the manufacturing sector. With nearly 25,000 manufacturing establishments lighting up the economic landscape, Florida’s manufacturing economy is not just thriving; it’s redefining

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The Business Owner’s Contract Breach Playbook: How to Prevent and Resolve Contract Disputes

How to Prevent and Resolve Contract Disputes Contracts are the foundation of any business, guiding everything from hiring employees to buying goods, and ensuring deals go as planned. Despite the care taken in drafting these agreements, disputes are a common part of doing business, leading to potential financial loss and damaged relationships. Understanding why these

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Navigating the New Landscape: Miami-Dade’s Shift in Legal Notice Publication

As a business owner, staying ahead of the curve in legal matters is not just prudent, it’s essential. A recent development in Miami-Dade County’s legal landscape demands your attention – a significant change in the publication of legal notices that could affect your business operations.   Understanding the Change For years, the Daily Business Review

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Corporate Transparency Act: The New Horizon of Business Ownership Transparency

The 2024 Corporate Transparency Act and How it Affects Your Business As we approach the new year, a significant shift in federal compliance requirements for businesses across the United States is on the horizon. Set to take effect on January 1, 2024, the Corporate Transparency Act (“CTA”), enacted by the U.S. Congress, introduces new reporting

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