Regina Campbell on Pete Biz Radio Part 2

Attorney Regina Campbell has begun a 7-part interview series on Pete Biz Radio. You can access the episodes via PC, Laptop, Tablet, or Smart Phone. You can also download "Free" apps: TuneInRadio or NobexRadio (Search for World Business Radio Network). Make the show a favorite and you're in. Click the player below to listen to Part 2, where Regina discusses what you need to know when starting a new Read More

5 Things to Consider When Choosing a Distributor

Your choice of distributor can make or break your company's ability to succeed in the marketplace. You'll want to know as much as possible about your distributor—about their finances, their team, their business practices, and more—but how do you know where to focus your attention? Your ultimate choices will depend on the needs of your business, but make sure you ask the following key questions before making a Read More

Campbell Law Group Appears on 880 the Biz

Attorneys Nick Neville and Regina Campbell appeared on Entertaining Business on 880AM the Biz Radio to discuss a range of topics with hosts Nora Adler and Jesse Stolow. We truly cherished the opportunity to connect with our community. Click here to see pictures from the interview! Read More

Regina Campbell on Pete Biz Radio Part 1

Attorney Regina Campbell has begun a 7-part interview series on Pete Biz Radio. You can access the episodes via PC, Laptop, Tablet, or Smart Phone. You can also download "Free" apps: TuneInRadio or NobexRadio (Search for World Business Radio Network). Make the show a favorite and you're in. Click the player below to listen to Part 1, where Regina provides an introduction to the firm, her personal background, Read More

Should You Accept the Settlement?: 5 Factors to Consider When Weighing Your Options

Nationwide statistics show that most lawsuits reach a settlement before they reach the trial stage. After all, people tend to gravitate towards the least risky option with the greatest certainty of reward. Still, if you've been offered a settlement for your business lawsuit, your case may not be so cut-and-dry. Consider the facts of your situation before you make any hasty decisions. 1) Do you have the time? It Read More

Understanding the Key Types of Damages Available in a Breach of Contract Settlement

When a contract is made, it creates a legally binding agreement that protects the interests of each party. If one party breaches the terms of the agreement, it can cause considerable problems for the other. Thankfully, the wronged party can choose from several legal remedies to make up for any losses. One of the most common remedies comes in the form of damages, or monetary awards, which are further broken down into Read More

4 Common Causes of Shareholder Disputes

A shareholder agreement can come in handy when there are two or more shareholders in a corporation. It can cover buy-sell rights for shares, restrictions on transferring shares, voting rights, and a shareholder's salary and employment duties. The more comprehensive your shareholder agreement, the more likely you are to prevent disputes among shareholders. To understand why the agreement is so important, consider some Read More

Distribution Damage: 5 Common Distribution Agreement Mistakes that Could Harm Your Business

Regardless of whether you are a supplier or a distributor, your business could benefit from a distribution agreement. A distribution agreement is a legally binding contract between a seller of goods and a distributor that outlines the details involved in the sale and transfer of goods. By having a distribution agreement, businesses save time and money by avoiding misunderstandings that affects the profitability of Read More

Contract Law: Understanding The Difference Between “Material” and “Immaterial” Breaches

For as long as there have been contracts, there have been parties to those contracts who have failed to abide by them—whether purposefully or otherwise. When this occurs, it is known as a ‘breach’ of the contract. Most good contracts address what happens if a party to the contract breaches the agreement. Often times, that language allows the parties to go to court to find out whether the breaching party was Read More

Florida Business Litigation: What Constitutes Tortious Interference?

Tortious interference may sound a bit funny, but to business owners and parties to a contract, it is no laughing matter. Tortious interference happens when a third party to a business relationship or contract intentionally disrupts that relationship or contract. This can take many different forms: when an employer who sues a former employee to enforce a non-compete agreement, when neighbors put up fake for sale signs Read More