Boardroom Brief Exclusives

  1. Business owners: Protect access/control of your website

    In this age of cyberattacks and data breaches, it’s not enough to protect access to sensitive company information. The smart, proactive move for any savvy owner or executive is to protect where his or her business lives online: a company’s domain name.

    by Boardroom Brief Staff, August 20, 2015

  2. August 07, 2015

    Q. Our company has been sued. What do we do now?

    by Michael Freed

  3. Test your company’s wage & hour compliance with these 4 questions

    Rather than wait for an unannounced visit by the Department of Labor, employers can conduct their own internal audits as part of a larger discussion they should have about wage and hour compliance.

    by Boardroom Brief Staff, July 21, 2015

  4. Maintaining proper communication between boards and management

    Information is the lifeblood of a company’s board of directors; how it flows between the board and management is critical to the proper functioning of both.

    by Robert B. Lamm, July 01, 2015

  5. Be careful what you say: Florida’s unsettled defamation law

    Have you ever questioned whether something you were told or overheard about a business partner, employee, or competitor was actually true? Has someone ever made false statements of fact regarding you or your business?

    by Boardroom Brief Staff, June 17, 2015

  6. Estate Planning 101

    Do you own or have an interest in a family business? A comprehensive business succession plan should document, among other things, the terms of future business ownership, management roles, investment strategies, and exit plans for heirs unwilling or unable to continue the business.

    by Lisa Schneider, June 02, 2015

  7. Business owners: Don’t let your trade secrets walk out the door

    Patents and trademarks are just not enough to protect a company’s intellectual property. Gunster attorney David Bates identifies how implementing particular procedures can help entrepreneurs protect their company’s confidential information.

    by Boardroom Brief Staff, May 18, 2015

  8. April 14, 2015

    Q. Can the new Florida Microfinance Act help my small business?

    by Bob White

  9. SEC puts employee confidentiality agreements on notice

    The government’s decision to attack a relatively standard agreement could have far-reaching effects on employer confidentiality provisions.

    by G. Joseph Curley, April 06, 2015

  10. March 25, 2015

    Q. Can environmental consultants be sued for the work they do?

    by Boardroom Brief Staff
August 28, 2015

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