Why is a Mediation or Arbitration Clause Being Proposed and Are These Clauses in a Contract Enforceable?

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By: Z. Suzanne Arbide, Commercial Litigation, Civil Litigation, Business, Consumer Finance, Corporate, Contract and Landlord/Tenant Attorney. Despite your best efforts to stay out of the courtroom, you are likely to confront some disputes. Accordingly, a well-tailored mediation/arbitration clause in a contract may be helpful to your business and serve as a safety net.
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It’s important to pay attention to Florida Statute 316.2065 which governs bicycle regulations. [INFOGRAPHIC]

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It’s important to pay attention to Florida Statute 316.2065 which governs bicycle regulations. [INFOGRAPHIC] Excerpts from Is riding to the right the right thing to do? by Personal Injury Attorney Lindsey Glantz
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Florida Ranks #1 in Dog Bite Incidents in the U.S.

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By Personal Injury Attorney David Hammer. Florida is a strict liability state regarding dog bites. This means that a dog owner can be liable if their dog bites a person who is in a public place or lawfully on the owner’s premises.
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Has Your Car Left You With a Sour Taste? Know Your Rights Under the Lemon Law

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By Gonzalo Macchi, Traffic Citations, Identity Theft, Consumer Finance, Collections, Family Law, Contracts, and Landlord/Tenant matters Attorney. The car buying process is not fun; but it can be exciting once you get your new vehicle. Sadly, purchasing a lemon can quickly sour a new car smell. Knowing your rights and the protection you are vested with under the Lemon Law, might turn this bitter experience into a sweet Sunday drive.
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