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Starting a Business in Florida?

Entrepreneurship is exciting. However, there are also many legal considerations. Should you choose an LLC , LLP, or Inc? Do you have a partnership agreement? Are you raising capital in compliance with state and federal law? Do you need a license? How can you exit a lease? Do you need a franchise agreement? Matthew Kenney provides a free consultation for Florida entrepreneurs.

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Create Energy & Exit a Rut

The Niagara River flows normally for miles like many rivers. However, as the water approaches Niagara Falls it proceeds though a series of rapids; gains speed and the soars majestically off Niagara Falls to the basin below. From there the water continues its normal flow to the St. Lawrence River and its mist, on sunnyRead More

The CARES ACT & Your Small Business

If your small business has been negatively impacted by COVID-19, the CARES Act may provide you with some relief. The law dramatically reduces the regulatory process required to receive a Small Business Administration 7(a) Loan. The CARES Act provides the Paycheck Protection Program. Under the law, qualifying business may receive a loan in the amountRead More

Coronavirus and Contracts: Must You Perform?

The COVID-19 pandemic has negatively affected the global supply chain. Orders are going unfilled, which means contracts terms are not being met. Does it constitute a breach-of-contract when a supplier cannot fulfill its obligations? The answer is: It depends. Having a signed contract is one thing. Enforcing it is another. Under Florida law, there areRead More

Employees, Texting & Driving: What’s Your Policy?

Department of Transportation statistics suggest we spend about an hour daily driving our vehicles. Of course, much of this time is spent commuting to/from work. We also know that text messaging within companies has become ubiquitous. So, this begs the question: Might employees and employers be texting each other while driving? If the answer toRead More