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Florida Laws and Why You Need Sonny Im as Your Lawyer

Law is a complex and intricate subject, however it can also be quite amusing. Here are 10 bizarre Florida laws you never knew existed: Unmarried women are prohibited from parachuting on Sundays (the penalty for an infraction may include: arrest, fines, and/or jailing). Women may be fined for falling asleep under a hair dryer, as […]

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Are You Safe from Your Homeowners’ Association in Pinellas County?

In recent news… January 2017: Polk County investigators uncover an 11-year long robbery scheme. 60 year-old, Martha Beard, and her 33 year-old son, Matthew Beard, face up to 30 years in prison for the theft of an estimated $122,780 from a local homeowners’ association. December 2016: A West Palm Beach homeowners’ association loses its bookkeeper, […]

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Non-Compete Agreement Enforceability

Is my business Non-Compete Agreement Enforceable? Non-compete agreements in Florida depend on a variety of circumstances, but may be enforced by the employer when the courts view the terms as reasonable with regard to time, geographical area, and legitimate business interest of the employer as defined by Florida statute. According to Florida Statute 542.335, no less […]

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Tarpon Springs Contract Law Attorney

Business disputes happen every day. Not having the knowledge of certain business circumstances can cause severe consequences. Before entering into a contract you need a Tarpon Springs contract law attorney that can make sure that you understand what legal obligations you are accepting, and also ensure that when you sign a contract you receive the […]

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Enforceability of Non-Compete Agreements

Although for many years, Florida courts frowned upon contracts between businesses and their employees that restrained an employee’s right to later work for a competitor, Florida law has recognized for over a decade a business’ right to do so by agreement, provided the restriction is reasonable in time, area, and line of business. However, the […]

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