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Letters of Intent in Florida: crumbly, dry cookie or a flat, stale cake?

Baking chocolate chip cookies or cakes are an exact science. Leave out an ingredient (ie baking powder) and you get a cake that falls flat. Add ingredients in the wrong proportion (ie too much flour) and you have a dry, crumbly cookie. In Florida Letters of intent (“LOI”), also known as memorandums of understanding (“MOU”), are no different: leave out

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Which entity is best for your real estate investment?

Which entity is best for your real estate investment? It depends. A buyer of real estate can acquire and hold real estate through a variety of investment means. The ownership structure can greatly affect the success of an investment in real estate. The challenge is to create a structure that captures the underlying goals of the parties and meets the

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Noncompete clauses in Florida

To compete or not to compete, that is the question, Whether ’tis nobler in the mind to suffer The slings and arrows of unrestricted competition, Or to take arms against such competitor And by opposing end them with restrictive covenants. As legal counsel to multinational corporations, I am oftentimes asked by my clients about employment law matters in the United

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