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Breach Of Contract Archives

Finding a legal remedy for breach of contract in Florida

There is no question that contracts hold an important place in business dealings between different entities. Having a solid contract in place can help parties avoid disputes altogether or provide a foundation upon which to resolve them. Unfortunately, when one or more parties breach a contract, it muddies the water for everyone.

Noncompetition contracts are not always enforceable

Throughout Melbourne, Florida, companies have noncompetition agreements in place with employees. Generally speaking, companies like the agreements, which keep employees from taking the experience, skills and knowledge gained at their company and taking it to a different one. Employees tend to dislike the agreements because they would prefer to be able to take their skills to a different employer at will if doing so would result in more money, benefits, opportunities and respect. If there is a noncompetition agreement in place and an employee breaks it, they can be sued for breach of contract.

Florida families pay fortune for substandard pools

Throughout Melbourne, Florida, people arrange to have pools built on their property. After all, Florida is famous for its warm weather, and it can be very pleasant to cool off from that weather with a refreshing swim in one's own backyard. Of course, that requires securing a builder who knows what they're doing, does a good job and fulfills the terms of the contract that you have with them. If they fail to, you can file suit for breach of contract.

New class-action lawsuit may add to elder law

Elder care is a serious social and economic issue for Florida, with its high population of seniors requiring medical care. Protections for patients of Medicare, the U.S. federal plan for senior health care, may have seen their costs increase over the last five years, and a new class-action lawsuit seeks to rectify the problem.

Contractor targets condominium owner in breach of contract suit

When an agreement or contract is made between two or more entities, either side can violate the agreement with a breach of contract. These violations harm the Florida economy and the way people do business in the state. For example, if a person gets away with breaching a contract, others might begin to think it is okay to do the same thing. This is why it is so important to hold the responsible party to account when a breach occurs.

Bringing a case for breach of contract in Florida

Contracts are important legal instruments that help accomplish trust between people and business for personal, commercial or legal reasons. It is important, therefore, to be aware of what a contract entitles a party to do if he or she believes another party has breached the terms of the contract.

Noncompete clauses are only appropriate in some circumstances

Some employees have contracts that they are bound by when they accept a job. These employees should make sure that they comply with the conditions of the contracts. Employers must do the same thing.

Charter jet contractor accused of violating noncompete agreement

The Orlando-based Stratos Jet Charters Inc. filed a lawsuit against one of its former contractors on June 5, 2017 in Florida's 9th District Circuit Court. The private charter company accuses an Orange County man and his current employer, Zephyr Jets Inc., of having breached the noncompete agreement he signed by soliciting its customers.

How to evaluate whether a breach of contract has occurred

Contract disputes most often arise when a party claims that another has failed to uphold the promises they originally agreed to when the document was signed. Any inaction that can be seen as not being aligned with what one would reasonably expect in a given industry may be deemed to be a breach. Many breaches of contract arise out of either an individual, their services or a product not living up to its implied or expressed warranty.

Noncompete agreements amidst acquisitions and mergers

Nowadays, it's fairly common that employers have both their new hires and more seasoned staff sign noncompete clauses. For many companies, they see having their employees do this as a way to protect their investment of time and resources in their staff. They also see this as strategic approach. It gives companies some comfort in knowing that their handpicked staff can't run off and join their many competitors.

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