Category Archives: Commercial Litigation
Resolving Issues Arising Out of a Business Breakup (or Business Divorce)
Business breakups can be both time-consuming and expensive. They often end long-standing relationships; and, while cutting ties may be the best option under the circumstances at hand, it can present a variety of challenges that all parties involved must work to overcome. In a business divorce, the parties either need to be willing to… Read More »
When Can (and Should) Businesses Pursue Claims for Fraudulent Inducement in Florida?
Business fraud can take many different forms. But, one of the most common forms is what is known as “fraud in the inducement,” or simply fraudulent inducement. Fraudulent inducement involves making false or misleading statements in order to secure a contract (or “induce” contract execution) and then relying on ongoing concealment to keep the… Read More »
Tips and Strategies for Defending Against Consumer Fraud Litigation
Consumer fraud litigation is a risk for many types of businesses. Whether lawsuits come from individual plaintiffs or in the form of class action complaints, consumer fraud claims can lead to both substantial liability and substantial negative publicity. As a result, businesses need to defend against these claims strategically, and business owners and executives… Read More »