All aspects of business require careful consideration and planning to ensure that all dealings are legal and ethical under Florida law. Starting a business and maintaining it requires extensive knowledge of the Florida statutes and other relevant government entities. Getting started the right way and avoiding consequences down the road is recommended and to do so, it would be necessary to hire a business attorney who has decades of experience practicing business law.
Business law firms practice all manners of business law commodities, including:
- Business Formation
- Business Acquisition and Joint Ventures
- Asset and Stock Purchase Agreements
- Selling a business and liquidating its assets
- Corporate Governance and Formalities
Business Formation in Florida
The success of a business does not rely solely on the types of products or services it focuses on. Rather, it depends on how the company allocates risk, prepares for taxes, safeguards its assets, leads its internal operations, shares revenue, and communicates with its clients that dictates its profitability and stability. How to structure a business depends on its unique circumstances and priorities as well as considering factors such as start-up capital, stakeholders, and profit distributions. The different available options include:
- Limited Liability Company (LLC)
- Sole Proprietorship
- Limited Liability Partnership (LLP)
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Business litigation is defined as the litigation of disputes that can occur from business relationships. These relationships can be between many different parties such as clients, government agencies, directors, creditors, shareholders, or advisors. These disputes can arise for a variety of reasons including fraud, contracts, and other disagreements. When a firm is dealing with a dispute, it can create legal matters that might require the assistance of a business lawyer in the Jacksonville, Orange Park and Daytona Beach areas. Each form of dispute has to be handled in a certain way as applicable with Florida law. Some of these disputes include:
- Breach of Joint Venture
- Breach of Contract
- Fraud or Misrepresentation in Business
- Breach of Fiduciary Duty
- Violation of the Florida Unfair and Deceptive Trade Practices Act.
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