Two Common Mistakes Made by Business Owners With Their Contracts?

J. Muir & Associates understands the importance of having solid contracts in place to protect our client's interests. However, we also know that many business owners make common mistakes when it comes to their contracts, which can have serious consequences down the line. Here are the top two mistakes many businesses make with their contracts. Mistake 1: Copying Contracts From the Internet The first mistake Read More


Miami – September 21, 2023 – After a yearlong legal dispute with the State of Florida over its drag queen shows, R House, a popular Miami-based restaurant, has reached a resolution by agreeing to pay a $10,000 fine. The settlement marks the conclusion of a challenging chapter for the establishment. Jane Muir of J. Muir & Associates co-counsel along with Greenspoon Marder’s Hospitality, Alcohol, and Leisure Read More

The Connection Between Construction Timelines and Contract Disputes: Unraveling the Causes and Solutions

Construction projects can be complex and lengthy, and it's not uncommon for them to face delays or issues that affect the timeline. But those delays can lead to disputes between contractors, subcontractors, and project owners, escalating into costly legal battles. Delays can result from various factors, including weather conditions, material shortages, and labor shortages. When they occur, all parties involved Read More

What You Need to Know About Residential Construction Claims in Florida

Are you a homeowner in Florida who has recently experienced issues with the construction of your new home? Perhaps you've noticed structural defects or problems with the electrical, plumbing, or HVAC systems? Whatever the issue, it's important to know your rights and options when making a residential construction claim in Florida. Residential construction claims can be complex and time-consuming, requiring a Read More

My Intellectual Property Has Been Stolen. What Are My Options?

If you find yourself in the unfortunate situation of having your intellectual property stolen, it's understandable to want to take action to enforce your rights. The first step is determining the best course of action based on your specific circumstances. If you have registered your intellectual property with the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO), you may have the option to file a lawsuit in Read More