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The Five Most Common Ways to Pierce the Corporate Veil and Impose Personal Liability for Corporate Debts

March 2 2016 Many entrepreneurs create business entities to operate their businesses, to facilitate commercial ventures, and to shield themselves from personal…

What Are Consequential Damages on a Construction Contract?

October 24 2016 When a party breaches a contract and the contract does not contain a valid liquidated damages clause, the non-breaching party may be entitled to…

Direct Action Versus Derivative Action: When Does an LLC Member Have Standing to Bring A Suit Against Another Member?

May 25 2016 If an LLC sustains a loss that causes the company to lose value, its members are never pleased. However, that loss is compounded when that member…

Vendor’s Checklist When a Customer Files for Bankruptcy

June 1 2016 Many vendors have had the unfortunate experience of a customer filing for bankruptcy. If it hasn't happened to you yet, it probably will at some…

Assignment for the Benefit of Creditors: General Overview

February 4 2016 If you are considering bankruptcy for your insolvent business, an Assignment for the Benefit of Creditors (“ABC”) might be your answer. An ABC is a…

Eminent Domain in Florida: Recovery of Attorney Fees

November 14 2016 Roadwork and other governmental projects are prevalent in Florida and often require the government to acquire private property. Both the Florida…

Conditional vs. Unconditional Payment Bonds in Florida

November 8 2016 A payment bond is a security posted by the general contractor that ensures that payments will be made to subcontractors, sub-subcontractors, and…

Electronic Evidence, eDiscovery Case Law and the Attorney’s Role - Part I

November 1 2016 The purpose of discovery within litigation is to uncover and ascertain the facts of a matter in order to argue the law based on those facts, and…

Jury Instructions in Florida Contract and Business Disputes

October 25 2016 Jury instructions are integral to facilitating each juror’s understanding of the law and the way in which to apply the law, when rendering a verdict…

What Are Consequential Damages on a Construction Contract?

October 24 2016 When a party breaches a contract and the contract does not contain a valid liquidated damages clause, the non-breaching party may be entitled to…