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Misclassifying Independent Contractors
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Simple Dangers of Misclassifying Independent Contractors and Employees in Florida that You May Be Missing

There is nothing wrong with an employer hiring someone as an independent contractor to do work. However, an employer cannot expect certain things of an independent contractor. The independent contractor gets to work on his or her own time. An employee is expected to work a set number of hours each day, starting at a certain time and finishing at a certain time on a routine basis.

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Breaking a Contract because of COVID19 | Tampa Business Lawyer | The Benkabbou Law Firm
Business Law

Breaking Contracts Because of COVID-19

The wake of the COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak has brought about a lot of uncertainty – even regarding the validity of contracts. Can you break a contract if you’ve been impacted by the coronavirus?

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Hear from our Tampa Intellectual Property attorneys on the most important insights for protecting your company’s valuable property.

Intellectual Property

SONY Pictures Enters Trademark Dispute Over “Baking Bad”

It can be a challenge to obtain a trademark, especially if your mark is a spoof of an award-winning TV series. This case is a reminder that it’s best practice to ensure that your mark is not likely to cause confusion or blur the original famous mark.

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Our Tampa Immigration lawyers help you navigate the ups and downs of immigration law through articles and resources relevant to Immigration policies and updates in the Tampa Bay Area.

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The Important Differences Between L-Visas and E-2 Visas

Understanding the differences between E2 and L-1 visas will help you decide which visa is your best option. The key difference between the two visas is that the E-2 visa is intended for use by foreign investors, not employees seeking to immigrate.

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