What Constitutes a Breach of Employment Act in Florida?

Category: Business and Real Estate Litigation

What Constitutes a Breach of Employment Act in Florida?

By Megan C. Goodall May 4, 2020 Posted in Business Litigation

In the state of Florida, employment is “at-will” unless you have an employment contract with your employer. If you are an “at-will” employee, you may be terminated at any time with or without cause, so long as the reason is not illegal. If, however, you are a contractual employee, the […]

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5 Tips To Effectively Work From Home

By Megan C. Goodall March 23, 2020 Posted in Business Litigation

The flexibility of working from home may sound like the dream scenario for most American workers. However, it’s important to understand that while working from home comes with its share of benefits, it also requires a great deal of self-discipline. If you are new to working from home, these 5 […]

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Florida Landscaping Laws – Is it Friendly or Not?

By Christopher M. Cobb October 25, 2019 Posted in Business and Real Estate Litigation

In 2009, the Florida Legislature changed an existing law that was aimed to encourage “Florida-Friendly” landscaping in communities governed by homeowner associations. Under the State Water Resource Plan each water management district is required to design and implement an incentive program to encourage all local governments to adopt new ordinances […]

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