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COVID-19: Does Your Business Need a Waiver or Release for Customers and/or Employees?

Last Updated: No update. New article. The short answer is … it’s doubtful a waiver or release will protect your business from liability, unless you’re creating/following guidelines, enforcing guidelines, documenting incidents, and maintaining an incident log to prove you were following and enforcing guidelines. The longer answer is … We’re getting this question a lot, […]

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Does LLC Status Shield Business Owners from Personal Liability Lawsuits?

Many business owners mistakenly believe that they cannot be held personally liable for actions that were committed by or through their company.  Although setting up your business as a separate legal entity is definitely a good way to separate the liability of your business for the liability of the individual owner, such as yourself, it does […]

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Emotional Support Animals and Businesses

From the airport to the doctor’s office or the local grocery store, it’s becoming more and more common to notice emotional support animals or service dogs, assisting their owners in a variety of ways. Although it might be difficult to tell them apart at first glance, there are important distinctions in the laws and roles […]

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Deepfakes and their legal implications

It’s hard to deny our affinity for creativity when it comes to enhancing selfies, vacation photos, or everyday moments with friends. Photo alteration, or manipulation, has been around for more than a century. Ansel Adams enthusiasts know he manipulated his distinct landscape images by creating darkroom exposure techniques. These days, filters on Snapchat and Instagram […]

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Contract Tip: Attorneys Fees

The notion of the concept of “attorneys fees” sounds so self-serving coming from the fingertips of this small business lawyer. The thing is, if a contract has a fair-and-balanced “attorneys fees provision” in it, such a clause greatly reduces the risk of a long, expensive and protracted lawsuit in a dispute. Furthermore, it greatly increases […]

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What is Consideration in Contract Law?

In previous blog articles, we talked about Exceptions That Can Void A Contract and How to Get Out of a Contract. Both of these articles touch on a very important aspect of contract law that is often overlooked by small business owners: Consideration. Definition Consideration under contract law is defined as a bargained for exchange […]

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The Florida Double LLC is Double Trouble

What is the Florida Double LLC? For many individuals, their pursuit for anonymity and privacy will have them finding illegitimate solutions to this problem that will expose them to very real legal problems down the road. One of those illegitimate solutions comes in the form of “The Florida Double LLC”. This gem of an offering […]

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