Ser & Associates Blog
With any new law or regulation, there are challenges with interpretation and application. And the Corporate Transparency Act (“CTA”) is no different.
In the dynamic world of business, where collaborations and transactions propel enterprises to new heights, disputes are inevitable.
In the dynamic world of business, small enterprises often find themselves navigating through a myriad of challenges, and ensuring legal protection is paramount.
Starting on January 1, 2024, the Corporate Transparency Act (“CTA”) becomes effective. This new law will affect more than 32 million businesses. And yours is probably one of them!
If you are looking to purchase commercial real estate, there are a lot of things you need to do. One of these things is called due diligence, and it is an essential and comprehensive stage of any commercial real estate transaction.
Senate Bill 1718, which became law on July 1, 2023, brings significant changes to the employment landscape of Florida. As an employer, it is critical to understand the various requirements and implications of this new law.
As housing prices in Florida have skyrocketed throughout the state, the Legislature has implemented several laws to attempt curb the current housing crisis. One such law, Senate Bill 102, has been signed by the Governor and is intended to minimize the housing crisis by making homes more affordable.
One way to grow your business is through acquiring another business. It can quickly increase your customer base, extend your geographic reach, and/or expand your products/services.
A copyright can protect every business owner, regardless of size or gross revenue. From a complex computer program to a descriptive slogan, any business could benefit from the security granted by copyright law.
As a small business owner, chances are you are not familiar with the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), the federal agency that enforces labor laws related to collective bargaining (i.e., unions).
FTC’s Proposed “Blanket Ban” on Non-Compete Clauses: Why Every Small Business Owner Should Be Concerned!
Non-compete agreements are a key tool used by many small businesses to protect their interests and investments. The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) is in the process of implementing a rule that would ban all non-compete contracts between employers and employees nationwide.