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Deadlock Amongst Shareholders…..Now What?

When a small group of shareholders owning an equal percentage of a company’s stock cannot agree upon the future direction or operation of the business, a deadlock can arise amongst them. Many local and small, family-owned businesses in Florida operate as closely held corporations, or “close corporations”. Click here to read the full article.

Have You Personally Guaranteed Your Business’ Debts?

Many business owners or officers are required to sign contracts for goods, services, or other necessary utilities for the operation of their businesses. At times, the business may face a dispute with a vendor, landlord, lender, or other creditor regarding payment under the contracts. Click here to read the full article.

“Embracing the value, legacy of Junior Achievement”

"It is undeniable that our youth must develop an understanding of financial and business principles in order to be successful in life," says Attorney Christina Harris Schwinn.  Click here to read her full article.   Published in The News-Press Date:  April 11, 2017

The De Facto Partnership and Potential Consequences

Perhaps you and a trusted colleague have finally decided to act on your long awaited dreams to manufacture and sell a new revolutionary product. Excited at the possibilities of your new business, you and your colleague hurriedly pool your money together and begin buying equipment, materials, office space, and all other necessities to carry on

Price vs. Value: Keys to Valuing Any Transaction

In every transaction involving the sale and purchase of an asset, an agreed upon price is typically the key component in reaching a deal. Often lost in the course of negotiations is the concept of “price vs value”.  Click here to read the full article.

Florida Supreme Court Decision in Castellanos Workers’ Compensation Case

Florida Supreme Court Rules Section 440.34, Florida Workers' Compensation Statute is unconstitutional both the Florida and the United States Constitutions.  Attorney’s Fees Section 440.34 of Florida’s workers’ compensation statute is the provision that governs the payment of attorney’s fees in connection with workers’ compensation cases to a claimant’s attorney.  The statutory provision contains a formula

Christina Harris Schwinn Addresses Changes to Minimum Salary Test

In an article published by the Southwest Florida Business Today titled "Is your business prepared for changes to Minimum Salary Test?"  Christina Harris Schwinn discusses the steps to prepare business owners  for these changes. Click here to read the full article.