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Welcome, Friend, to this month's newsletter where we talk about these important topics:

  • Understanding Commercial Leases
  • 5 Ways to Destress and Recharge From Work
  • Real Estate Market Expectations for 2020
  • Investing in Florida Real Estate

We recently entered the last month of the first quarter, and many of our clients, as part of their business plan, have actively been expanding their client base. Many times, this means they are also adding more vendors to their list of resources. This practice helps them continue to grow, which is excellent, however, remember it's also important to have documents in place to ensure you have a clear understanding of how you will work with each other. This exercise could save you a lot of grief later.

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Matthew H. Rosenthal, Esq. & Justin A. Meyer, Esq.
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Commercial Leases
A commercial property lease is a contract that gives a tenant the right to use a space for a period of time – how long the lease is for can vary from as short as 3 months (or even three days) to as long as 20 years. However, these leases are never simple and never short; these long and complex documents can contain a wide range of terms that should be negotiated between the landlord and the tenant.

Each party should know what they are responsible for
in a commercial lease.
Are you a Florida LLC or Corporation?
This is a friendly reminder that your annual reports are due May 1, 2020.

If you miss the deadline, you will have to pay a significant late fee.
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Contributor: Mikaela Walker

Walker Cruise and Travel
– Dream Vacations
5 Ways to Destress and Recharge
From Work
America has been termed the “no vacation nation” with over 50% of Americans not taking time off from their jobs to take a vacation each year. And to be honest, of the other 50% who are taking a vacation, a good chunk of them are working while they are on vacation. With the advent of new technology, we are able to work at baseball games, at home after the kids have gone to bed and on the weekend while running errands. Basically, if we are not asleep, we are able to work.

While this may seem to a business like it is raising productivity, in truth, it is leading to higher levels of stress and burnout, which can reduce productivity.

TIP #1 - NDA's Are Your Best Friend
When working with other companies or individuals, do not share your confidential information, strategies, or proprietary information for your business without first securing a non-disclosure agreement.
TIP #2 - Verbal Vs. Written Contract
Verbal agreements are virtually impossible to enforce. Contracts should be in place to address each party’s obligations and explain how to resolve potential issues.
TIP #3 - Agreements Meant to Protect
Employee and independent contractor agreements are often vague or non-existent. Protect your trade secrets, business plans, and more, with the proper agreements, so they cannot leave and steal what you've worked so hard for, only to compete against you.
Investing in Florida
Real Estate
Florida is the largest state in the Southeast and the third largest state in the country. Its booming tourist industry, fashionable cities, and peaceful retirement communities make Florida a great place to invest in real estate. One of the best reasons for choosing to invest in Florida real estate is the tremendous amount of growth in this prosperous state and the wide range of opportunities it presents. Once you’ve chosen your investment, it’s a good idea to work with an experienced Florida real estate attorney to help you structure the deal to your advantage. Here are some tips that can help you get started with investing in Florida real estate.

Minimum Wage Labor Posters Have Been Updated for 2020

Make sure to display
in a location that is easily accessed by employees.
We've made it easy for you to download posters for:

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