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October 2013 Archives

Some Florida businesses find buying office space is better option

For many Orlando business owners, the decision to seek commercial real estate can have long-lasting effects on a business. One of the most crucial decisions is one of the first that has to be made: rent, or buy?

Florida artist says buyer of 9/11 art violated their contract

When a Florida business is involved with another entity, much can be settled by looking at the contract between the two parties. And when the issue turns into a full-blown contract dispute, it may be in the parties' best interest to consult with a business law attorney for assistance.

PDQ restaurants expanding, well, pretty darn quickly

As many of our Orlando readers know, finding a successful niche in the restaurant business can be difficult. Large numbers of new restaurants fail every year, due to strong competition, poor business planning, inferior locations or some other factor. So when a relatively new restaurant is thriving and expanding in a hurry, it's worth writing about on our Orlando business law blog.

Orlando's best-known piece of real estate celebrates milestone

For Central Florida residents born in the last four decades, it may seem as though one of the defining features of our area has always been there. Walt Disney World's Magic Kingdom opened 42 years ago this month, several years after Disney himself announced the park would be built. Disney didn't live long enough to see the park get built, but his brainchild ended up being a spark that ignited Orlando as a worldwide tourist destination.

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