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Florida Parents Sue Catholic School For Not Being Anti-LGBTQ

By Edward J. Jennings, P.A. |

When you think of breach of contract, you may think of a contractor taking a client’s money without performing a remodel or a client not paying a company on time. But what if a child does not receive the type of education the parents expected from a school? Could that be a valid claim?… Read More »

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Waste Pro On Notice For Breach Of Contract

By Edward J. Jennings, P.A. |

When a company engages in business with another party, they typically iron out all the details in a contract. A contract defines all the deliverables and due dates, as well as what to do when issues occur. When one party doesn’t abide by the contract, this is called breach of contract and it can… Read More »

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University of Florida Students Sue for Breach of Contract

By Edward J. Jennings, P.A. |

The COVID-19 pandemic has caused Americans to change their way of life. Many have lost their jobs. Businesses have shut down. Students cannot attend school in person. While the pandemic was unexpected and has forced businesses to make necessary changes, many are refusing to refund customers for money they spent on things that didn’t… Read More »

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Misrepresentation and How it Impacts Contracts

By Edward J. Jennings, P.A. |

Starting a business is a long process. You have just started working with a vendor, who you signed a contract with when you realize they have misrepresented themselves. What do you do now? The process of rectifying a contract that includes misrepresentation can be complicated, but at the office of Edward J. Jennings, P.A.,… Read More »

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Can You Legally Break a Contract?

By Edward J. Jennings, P.A. |

Once a business contract is written and signed in ink, it is legally binding and cannot be broken – or is it? In Florida, there may be certain moments in the life of a business when you may be able to break a contract. Whether or not you can break a certain contract will… Read More »

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