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Welcome to our new blog series, "Ask Aaron!"—your direct line to insights from Aaron Resnick, a seasoned Miami business lawyer. Each week, we'll tackle the complexities of business law in Florida, covering everything from startup legal strategies to navigating corporate compliance and dispute resolution.

Are you an entrepreneur in Florida grappling with the legal aspects of starting or running a business? Perhaps you're curious about the nuances of intellectual property protection, or you need guidance on employment laws for your growing team. Whatever your query, Aaron is here to help.

Why Ask Aaron? With decades of experience in business law and a deep understanding of the Florida legal landscape, Aaron brings a wealth of knowledge and practical advice to the table. This blog series is an opportunity for you to get personalized answers to your most pressing legal questions, helping you make informed decisions that benefit your business.

How to Submit Your Questions Submitting your questions is easy! Just leave a comment below or send us a direct message. We'll select a few questions to answer in each blog post, so stay tuned—you might just see your question featured.  SORRY NO PHONE CALLS!

This Week's Focus: Starting a Business in Florida To kick things off, we're focusing on what every new entrepreneur should know about starting a business in Florida. From choosing the right business structure to understanding state-specific tax obligations, getting the initial steps right is crucial for your success.

Have a question on this topic? Send it our way! We're here to clear up any confusion and provide the clarity you need to move forward confidently.

Remember, while this blog offers general legal information, it's always best to consult directly with a qualified lawyer for advice specific to your circumstances. And who better to consult than Aaron himself?

We look forward to hearing your questions and helping you navigate the exciting yet complex world of business law in Florida. Your success is our priority, and we're here to support you every step of the way.

Submit your question today and stay tuned for our next "Ask Aaron!" post.

A Good Cover Letter Makes A Resume Shine!

Posted by Jillian Postal | Nov 05, 2015 | 0 Comments

An article marketing strategy for writers can be greatly improved by using a content spinner. In the form of writing, most writers think that using an article spinner is beneath them. They let pride stand it the way of maximizing their income generation potential. Lots of job hunters seek aid in ...

South Florida sees August home prices jump 14%

Posted by Jillian Postal | Jan 21, 2014 | 0 Comments

Home pricing including distressed sales jumped a whopping 14 percent in each of South Florida's counties, with Miami-Dade leading the charge as usual, according to CoreLogic. In Miami-Miami Beach-Kendall, home prices, including distressed sales, increased by 14.5 percent in August 2013 year-over-...

Reminder – 2013 Florida Annual Report Notice

Posted by Jillian Postal | Jan 21, 2014 | 0 Comments

Reminder – 2013 Florida Annual Report Notice Who Must File? Florida Limited Partnerships, Limited Liability Limited Partnerships, Corporations (including not for profit), Limited Liability Companies. Due Date for Filing May 1, 2013 Filing Fees  For Profit Corporation Not for Profit Corporatio...

PriceWaterhouse Sued for $1 Billion in Miami

Posted by Jillian Postal | Jan 21, 2014 | 0 Comments

The Taylor, Bean & Whitaker Plan Trust sued PriceWaterhouseCoopers for $1 billion, claiming the accounting firm negligently gave Colonial BancGroup clean audits for five years, allowing insiders at Colonial Bank and at Taylor Bean & Whitaker Mortgage Group to “loot” Taylor Bean's account of “tens...

North Miami Beach Ale House sold for $4.4M

Posted by Jillian Postal | Jan 21, 2014 | 0 Comments

An Aventura investor purchased the Ale House building in North Miami Beach for $4.35 million. Marcus & Millichap Real Estate Investment Services' Adam Tiktin and Michael Biama represented both the seller and buyer in the deal for the 8,999-square-foot property at 3227 N.E. 163rd St. Interstate NM...

NCAA May Settle Concussion Suit

Posted by Jillian Postal | Jan 21, 2014 | 0 Comments

The NCAA is considering settling a lawsuit with former Eastern Illinois wide receiver Adrian Arrington, multiple media outlets reported Monday. Arrington sued the NCAA two years ago for damages because of multiple concussions he had while playing at Eastern Illinois. Since his playing career ende...

NCAA, Div. II school sued over sickle cell death

Posted by Jillian Postal | Jan 21, 2014 | 0 Comments

The parents of a Slippery Rock (Pa.) University basketball player who died two years ago after collapsing during an intense practice have sued the school and the NCAA, saying their son wasn't screened for the sickle cell trait that contributed to his death and school officials didn't do enough to...

Nation of Islam’s Miami regional HQ faces foreclosure

Posted by Jillian Postal | Jan 21, 2014 | 0 Comments

According to the South Florida Business Journal the Nation of Islam's regional headquarters building for Miami, the Caribbean and Latin America has been targeted for foreclosure. Read the article here:

Miami Leads in Foreclosures as Banks Ride Rebound

Posted by Jillian Postal | Jan 21, 2014 | 0 Comments

From Miami's foreclosure rate ranked at the top of major U.S. metropolitan areas last month as auctions more than tripled, signaling lenders are preparing to sell a backlog of distressed pro...

Miami Home Sales, Prices Continue to Surge

Posted by Jillian Postal | Jan 21, 2014 | 0 Comments

In July, number of sales and prices of Miami properties continued to surge amid tight supply, generating rapid sales and offers close to asking price, according to the 29,000-member MIAMI Association of REALTORS and the local Multiple Listing Service (MLS) system. Single-family home sales again s...

Miami Heat Profit on Sale of Tim Hardaway’s Old Home

Posted by Jillian Postal | Jan 21, 2014 | 0 Comments

The Miami Heat bought its former guard Tim Hardaway's house in 2010 to help him clear a debt to the IRS — and now the team made a handsome profit selling the home. Miami Heat Limited Partnership, the company owned by Micky Arison sold the home at 10050 SW 62 Avenue earlier this year for $2.3 mill...

Legal wrangling over Christo’s river project rages

Posted by Jillian Postal | Jan 21, 2014 | 0 Comments

The artist Christo and a group of federal land managers have asked a judge to throw out a lawsuit that seeks to halt the artist's contentious environmental piece in Colorado, Over the River. The $50m project, which has been in the works for around three years, involves draping six miles of rippli...

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Posted by Jillian Postal | Jan 21, 2014 | 0 Comments

Attorney Aaron Resnick, a co-founder and board member of the Little Lighthouse Foundation, is proud to announce that the Law Offices of Aaron Resnick, P.A. will again be a sponsor of the annual fundraiser, Nightmare on the Beach 2013 – “Fantasmi Della Villa Vecchia”. NOTB2013 will be held, Satur...

Landlord Rights and Duties in Florida (Residential)

Posted by Jillian Postal | Jan 21, 2014 | 0 Comments

If you rent a house or apartment or mobile home to another person, you enter into a legal contract known as a rental agreement. This rental agreement need not be in writing. If the rental agreement is in writing, it is a “lease.” This agreement has certain basic conditions specified by law which ...

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