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Florida Lawyers Step Up to Assist Struggling Businesses

The Florida Bar News reported on the efforts of Jane Muir to assist businesses struggling with business interruption due to Coronavirus, which appeared on the front page of the April 14, 2020 edition of the newspaper. Florida lawyers are becoming a lifeline for businesses hoping to qualify for government aid in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. Miami practitioner Jane Muir is keeping up with the latest state and Read More

Coronavirus Response – What You Need to Know?

Coronavirus Response from Miami Business Lawyer Jane Muir who published an article in Miami's Community Newspapers. "Now that we are all “social-distancing” and trying to “flatten the curve,” we are starting to feel the effects of coronavirus isolation. Many of our local companies have been ordered to close, as “non-essential retail and commercial establishments.” Whether we are working from home, attempting to Read More

A Brief Overview of the Far Bar Contract 

Are you buying or selling real estate in Florida? If so, you have probably heard of the Far Bar contract.[1] This form is used throughout the state for real estate transactions. In fact, it is the most commonly used real estate contract in Florida. To understand what a Far Bar contract is, the first step is understanding that its name actually contains an acronym. “FAR” stands for the Florida Association of Realtors Read More

4 Tips for Responding to a Request for Proposal

Request for Proposal when a company is interested in using your services or buying a commodity or asset from you, you will typically be presented with a Request for Proposal (RFP).[1] This document, as its name suggests, is used to solicit a proposal from you, often through a bidding process. Formal requests for proposals identify the goods or services requested, describe the qualifications sought in a provider, Read More

What Business Owners Should Know About Contracts of Adhesion

Business owners do not have the time to negotiate every line of every contract for every single deal, especially as their businesses grow and they gain more clients and customers. As a result, many choose to recycle their agreements with employees, vendors, or other third parties. These documents are also referred to as standard form contracts.[1] Standard Form Contracts Standard form contracts can be used in Read More