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Legal Talk Blog

We know it can be useful to have a legal resource that keeps you informed on matters that are important to you or your business. Our legal professionals strive to provide readers of our blog with relevant information on an array of legal subjects. This information is meant to provide readers with general information only and is not a substitute for nor is it legal advice to you.

Real Estate Development 101: 3 Keys to Having Success with Local Government

January 4th, 2016|

By: Quentin E. Morgan

In the world of real estate development, the notion that every property is unique is all too real.   This is particularly true for startup developers looking for opportunities every day in a […]

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Non-Compete Agreements and Other Restrictive Covenants

December 1st, 2015|

By: Mark A. Levy

The use by employers of restrictive covenants such as non-compete agreements and non-solicitation agreements has been steadily growing in popularity. Unfortunately, in many cases it seems that the drafters of these provisions […]

Suing a Non-Florida Resident in Florida

November 18th, 2015|

By: Brent V. Trapana

When an individual or entity is wronged, many times, litigation ensues. However, where that litigation takes place depends on what court the defendant can be sued in. In order for a non-Florida […]

Are All of Your Estate Planning Documents Current?

October 29th, 2015|

By: Ronald L. Siegel

When considering whether to update their estate planning documents, most clients focus on the primary dispositive documents: their Will, and if applicable, Revocable Trust. While that indeed should be the primary focus, […]

Pitfalls of Government Contractors

September 18th, 2015|

By: Quentin E. Morgan

Governmental purchasing policies and procedures very from local government, state government to the federal government. Those policies and procedures are continually changed by the governing body of the government to the point […]

Prayer at Government Meetings

September 8th, 2015|

By: Quentin E. Morgan

The United States Supreme Court has stated the prayers to open governmental meeting are “deeply embedded in the history and tradition of this country.” The Court has upheld constitutional challenges to this […]