The Greater Good

The Greater Good There is this thought that lingers in those certain moments, that has us asking what we can do or how we can do or use some part of what we are doing for the greater good. We don’t see ourselves diving into or sending our operating assets into that big broad not-for-profit […]

Veteran Owned Small Businesses

Veteran Owned Small Businesses In helping provide small businesses access to the government procurement marketplace the government has created programs for Veteran Owned Small Business (VOSB) and Service-Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business (SDVOSB). These programs provide advantages to veteran owned and controlled small business in the procurement process and follow either VA or SBA rules, […]

Contract Non Compete Clauses

Does Florida’s non compete law pass the truly obnoxious test? In refusing to enforce a Florida non compete agreement, a New York Court of Appeals called Florida’s non compete statute contrary to public policy indicating that it fails the “truly obnoxious test” The Florida Statute provides generally that an agreement not to compete that is […]

Tools for Planning Finances for Long Term Care

  Many of us put off addressing concerns about planning for long term care for our parents and making plans for our own later year.  Because of the costs which range easily from $3000 to $12000 per month as well as today’s extended life expectancy, many have to resort eventually, if not initially to government programs […]


COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE, “INSTANT FORECLOSURE” Commercial Real Estate owners in states such as Florida have operated with the knowledge that, should the economic winds turn against them, they could see some benefits from the real estate lender having to pursue its rights through the real estate foreclosure process.  This process involves a proceeding in equity which […]