Category Archives: Breach of Contract Law

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Source: www.forbes.com   How To Execute A Business ‘Divorce’ Without Hard FeelingsAs the founder of an online resource specializing in all things marriage (including divorce), I’ve come to learn that business relationships have many parallels to marriage and intimate relationships. They start with enthusiasm and passion, they grow through balance and communication, and they endure the peaks and valleys of life.But Continue Reading...

What skills do new lawyers need now–and what can wait? Database lets you search for answers

What skills do new lawyers need now–and what can wait? Database lets you search for answersSo, young law grad entering private practice, are you confident, on time and diligent? Great! But if you lag in cultivating networks or handling conflicts, don’t worry, you have time.On a day many law students are facing the challenge of state bar exams, the Institute Continue Reading...

Bitcoin not money, Miami judge rules in dismissing laundering charges | Miami Herald

Bitcoin not money, Miami judge rules in dismissing laundering charges A Miami-Dade judge ruled Monday that Bitcoin is not actually money, a decision hailed by proponents of the virtual currency that has become popular across the world.In a case closely watched in financial and tech circles, the judge threw out the felony charges against website designer Michell Espinoza, who had been charged Continue Reading...

State faces $50 million civil rights lawsuit over drunk driving cases – Orlando Sentinel

State faces $50 million civil rights lawsuit over drunk driving cases Two Orlando attorneys today filed what they hope will become a $50 million class action lawsuit, accusing the state of Florida of violating the constitutional rights of drunk driving suspects.The suit, filed in Orlando federal court, names the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles and its executive director, Continue Reading...

Broward County Resident Sentenced to 4 Years in Prison for Possessing at Least 652 Identities Used in Stolen Identity and Tax Fraud Schemes | USAO-SDFL | Department of Justice

Broward County Resident Sentenced to 4 Years in Prison for Possessing at Least 652 Identities Used in Stolen Identity and Tax Fraud SchemesA Broward County resident was sentenced to 48 months in prison, followed by three years of supervised release, and was ordered to pay restitution in the amount of $12,640.35 for possessing at least 652 identities that were used Continue Reading...

Florida Bar Association Approves New Court Room Software and Why – The Florida Law Journal

Florida Bar Association Approves New Court Room Software and Why Project management software for marketing is very beneficial since it is able to organize, plan and develop and manage the various resource estimates and resource tools that are available. Depending on how sophisticated the software really is, it is able to manage the planning, the estimation, the cost control, planning scheduling, Continue Reading...

Workers’ Compensation Rates Could Jump After Court Ruling | Daily Business Review

Workers’ Compensation Rates Could Jump After Court RulingAfter a Florida Supreme Court ruling last month that struck down a limit on attorney fees, workers’ compensation insurance rates could go up 17.1 percent, according to a proposal submitted to state regulators.The National Council on Compensation Insurance, which submits rate proposals for the workers’ compensation insurance industry, said on Friday the hike Continue Reading...

Eric Weddle Fined for Watching Daughter Perform at Halftime

Eric Weddle Fined for Watching Daughter Perform at Halftime San Diego Chargers star safety Eric Weddle was fined $10,000 by the team for watching his daughter partake in a halftime performance during Week 15’s game against the Miami Dolphins.Kevin Acee of the San Diego Union-Tribune reported the news Monday, noting the 30-year-old was “furious” about it. Weddle’s agent, David Canter, Continue Reading...

Florida Negligence Claims Against Pharmacies

The four elements of negligence are duty, breach, causation, and damages. A plaintiff must prove all four elements. Sometimes the most fundamental issue of a negligence claim is in dispute: if the defendant even The four elements of negligence are duty, breach, causation, and damages.  A plaintiff must prove all four elements.  Sometimes the most fundamental issue of a negligence Continue Reading...

The Standard for Oral Modification of a Written Contract Containing a ‘No Oral Modification’ Clause

http://floridacontractlaw.blogspot.com/2014/09/the-standard-for-oral-modification-of.html The Standard for Oral Modification of a Written Contract Containing a ‘No Oral Modification’ Clause You read that title right. Courts are generally supposed to honor the agreements of private parties wherever possible. Therefore, one might think that where a written contract between two parties prohibits oral modification of the contract, courts would be inclined to reject argument that Continue Reading...
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