Florida Business Law Services


Florida business law has a lot to be aware of and consider, when it comes to how you will deal with these laws. Some of these areas to think through may include

  • incorporation/entity structures
  • registering a business name
  • licenses/permits
  • patents/trademarks/copyrights
  • anti-trust
  • bankruptcy
  • consumer laws
  • business employment law
  • labor laws
  • environment law
  • tax law


Who needs Florida business law advice?

Business employment law can be complex, especially for new business owners who don’t have much experience with these laws. These laws can encompass many different areas of the employer/employee relationship, from hiring and firing practices, to fair wages, to safe working conditions.

If these rules are not carefully followed, you can set yourself up for a lawsuit or wind up paying higher unemployment fees. Under Florida business law you can be held responsible even if the issue resulted from the actions of another employee.

Business tax law is important to understand because it can be very different than the personal tax laws that you are used to.  Not fully understanding these differences can cause you very serious and costly problems with the IRS.

Business law information can be easy to come by, but difficult to understand. This is why many small business owners choose to seek advice from a qualified attorney. Having a lawyer by your side, who is familiar with the business laws in Florida, can save you money and headaches in the long run. It is about good risk management.

The purpose of our business law service is to supply Florida business owners with the business law information and guidance that they need in order to avoid the legal and financial hardships that are not uncommon in business.

Our goal is to help you avoid being sued by that miffed former employee who is looking for financial retaliation, or tax mistakes that could prompt an unwanted visit from the IRS as well as the host of issues listed above.

Now that you have had a chance to discover how we can help you, it is time for you to take the next step by contacting our office to schedule your free, initial Florida business law consultation.

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