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Disputing a Non-Compete Agreement

By Larry E. Bray |

A restrictive covenant is a type of contractual provision that prohibits a party from doing something in the future. It is an agreement that a person will refrain from certain actions or behavior. A common restrictive covenant is a non-compete clause in an employment contract. This provision states that an employee of a business… Read More »

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Have an Attorney Write Your Title Insurance When Buying a Home

By Larry E. Bray |

If you are interested in buying a home, contact the experienced Florida residential real estate attorneys of the Law Offices of Larry E. Bray, P.A. We have decades of experience in helping buyers get the best deal. We are here to perform title searches, underwrite your title insurance, negotiate the home sale contract, and… Read More »

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The Benefits of Using Outside Counsel as General Counsel for Small Businesses

By Larry E. Bray |

When you began your business, you might have done so without much legal help. You might have relied on your own research to choose a business entity and form it, or at this point you may still be a sole proprietor. However, if your venture has been successful and grown in recent years, you… Read More »

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Why You Need an Attorney When Selling Your Business

By Larry E. Bray |

When it comes time for you to sell your business, whether you are headed for a new venture or looking to retire, you need skilled help. While you could try and handle it all on your own, you could lose out on a great deal of money, not structure the deal properly, and leave… Read More »

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Real Estate Developers Benefit From Partnering With an Experienced Real Estate Attorney

By Larry E. Bray |

As a real estate developer, you deal with local, state, and federal laws all of the time. You must comply with all relevant regulations during the purchase, construction, leasing, and sale processes, including local land use ordinances and state environmental regulations – just to name a few. While you may understand a great deal… Read More »

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Alternative Methods for Attorney Billing

By Larry E. Bray |

It is common knowledge that most attorneys bill by the hour. It is one of the reasons you may be wary of hiring an attorney. After all, if your matter may be time consuming, you could fear thousands of dollars in legal bills. However, the hourly billing system has become less popular over time…. Read More »

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Restrictive Covenants in Employment Agreements

By Larry E. Bray |

In many employment and independent contractor agreements, the employer will attempt to limit your future work. The intention is to prohibit you from competing with the employer once you no longer work with it. However, restrictive covenants can often be too broad, limiting your ability to earn an honest living. Because of the potential… Read More »

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Zoning and Land Use: Property Line Disputes

By Larry E. Bray |

When moving forward with a commercial real estate project, whether you are erecting a new building or planning significant renovations, you need to deal with any zoning or land use disputes immediately. These types of disputes, including regarding property lines, can interrupt the flow of your project and be extremely costly. If a neighboring… Read More »

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The Benefits of Using an Attorney for Commercial Collections

By Larry E. Bray |

When you are a landlord or other type of business providing products and services to other businesses, you expect most transactions to run smoothly. After all, business people are sophisticated enough to know what they are agreeing to and to pay when payment is due. However, expectations can be far from reality. Businesses often… Read More »

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The Importance of Using an Attorney for Commercial Leases

By Larry E. Bray |

Whether you are venturing into a commercial lease for the first time or tenth, you need an experienced commercial real estate attorney to review the contract and represent your interests. A commercial lease for a parcel of land, factory or storefront is far different than a basic apartment lease. It needs to be customized… Read More »

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