When local governments work with Florida businesses, they are obligated to treat all companies fairly. Because partnerships with government agencies are often lucrative for businesses, competition for them is sometimes fierce. Typically, they’re required to follow strict procurement procedures. When government agencies select a vendor without giving equal consideration to competing businesses, they may face business litigation.
When members of homeowners associations lock horns with a developer or owner of a property, tempers can quickly become heated. Owners can quickly become irritated with association demands while homeowners may argue about improper accounting practices or unresolved construction defects. If the parties cannot come to an agreement to solve their differences, commercial litigation can result.
It is common to see musicians cross over into other types of commercial businesses. For instance, a musical artist might create a jingle for a commercial or oversee songs that are incorporated into a movie, Broadway show or television series.
Many of the large real estate deals that get the most press in Miami are the commercial transactions involving luxury properties. Hotels, penthouse residences, shopping areas, and beachfront properties embody Florida’s luxury brand. But the market for industrial real estate, such as warehouse and factory space, in South Florida should not be forgotten; indeed, the purchase and sale of these properties is booming as well.