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Category Archives: Business Law

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How Lenders Get In Trouble With Usury Laws

By Larry E. Bray, P.A. |

Let’s say you loan money to borrowers. You know that you can charge interest, but that there is a limit to the legal interest that you can charge. You are careful, making sure not to exceed the legal maximum. But don’t be surprised if you still end up in trouble, exceeding the legal interest… Read More »

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As of 2021 It Became Easier to Have a Home-Based Business

By Larry E. Bray, P.A. |

In the COVID shutdowns of 2020, many people transitioned their business, to start running things from home. Or, having been laid off of work, many decided to start their own home based businesses. But a lot of business owners ran into one similar problem: Many local zoning ordinances prohibited home based businesses: if you… Read More »

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Collecting a Judgment? Exemptions Can Make it a Difficult Task

By Larry E. Bray, P.A. |

If you are collecting a judgment, or someone owes you money and you have a judgment for that money, you may think it’s an easy process to collect what you owe. But if you are going after an “average Joe,” that is, someone who is generally middle class, and may have some but not… Read More »

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What Should be in a Typical Shareholders Agreement?

By Larry E. Bray, P.A. |

If you have or are starting a business, and your business has shareholders, those shareholders will undoubtedly want (and deserve) a shareholders agreement. Of course, the hope Is that you would go see a qualified business or corporate law attorney to help you with the task of drawing up a shareholders agreement, but it… Read More »

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Are Your Arbitration Clauses Enforceable?

By Larry E. Bray, P.A. |

Arbitration clauses in contracts can be good or bad, beneficial or harmful, depending on who you are. But in discussing the matter of arbitration with a business attorney, you may come to the decision to include an arbitration clause in your business contracts. If you do, there are things you need to do, to… Read More »

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Does Your Business Need a Remote Work Agreement?

By Larry E. Bray, P.A. |

The COVID-19 shutdowns are long behind us, and the world has seemingly moved on from most of the COVID-based restrictions. But some of the ways we adapted to the pandemic shutdowns are still with us today. One of those adaptations is working from home. Many employers and businesses found that allowing employees to work… Read More »

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Valuing Your Business? Here’s How Experts Do It

By Larry E. Bray, P.A. |

There are many cases where your business may need to be valuated—that is, to see how much your business is really worth. Business valuation comes up and is necessary, in a number of legal scenarios. When are Valuations Needed? Valuations may be needed for estate planning purposes, to establish the overall value of the… Read More »

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Benefits of Hiring a Florida Attorney to Review Your Business Contracts

By Larry E. Bray, P.A. |

If you own a business, you will undoubtedly have countless contracts drafted or presented to you for signature. Especially if you are a small business owner, it’s important to consider using an experienced West Palm Beach business attorney to draft and review your business contracts before they potentially become legally binding. At the Law… Read More »

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Tips for Preventing Your Florida Business from Being Sued

By Larry E. Bray, P.A. |

As a business owner, you likely already recognize the importance of minimizing risk. However, many business owners aren’t doing enough to protect their companies from being sued for disputes that likely should have been prevented. If you own a business, it’s important to speak with a skilled West Palm Beach business attorney who can… Read More »

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Resolving Florida Business Disputes with Mediation or Arbitration

By Larry E. Bray, P.A. |

The term dispute resolution refers to a variety of processes that can be utilized to resolve a dispute, conflict, or other claim. In most cases, you will hear dispute resolution called alternative dispute resolution and shortened to ADR. ADR is an alternative to having a jury or judge decide your fate and can be… Read More »

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