Orlando Small Business Attorney, John R. Samaan
Serving greater Orlando, FL Including Avalon Park, Stoneybrook & Eastwood Areas
John R. Samaan, P.A. is an Orlando, FL, small business lawyer with more than 15 years of experience. We provide legal representation for small business law, estate planning, and professional license defense across the greater Orlando area including Avalon Park, Stoneybrook and Eastwood areas, covering a wide range of legal issues.
When you hire our law firm to handle your personal or business affairs, you can expect to receive personal attention on every case.
Our firm has been serving our community since 1998. We strive to make it easy for our clients to get the legal help they need.
If you have a small business in Orlando, FL it is important to protect your legal interests. We offer small business solutions to assist with everything from proper business formation, developing business contracts, drafting employment agreements, and navigation business transactions including acquisitions to contract negotiations and disputes.
When starting a new business in Orlando, FL, it is important to choose the correct structure under which the business will operate and be recognized as a legal entity. Each structure has its own advantages and disadvantages, based on a number of factors.
If you own a small business in Orlando, FL and are involved in a legal dispute, taking a lawsuit to court may be best way to resolve the issue. In those cases, it is critical to work with an attorney that has Orlando business litigation skills.
In the Sunshine State, dozens of different occupations and businesses actually require a license, issued by a professional board or commission, and subsequently approved by the Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation
In Florida, after a complaint is made against a licensee to the DBPR, or to one of the regulatory boards it oversees, to the appropriate board which will determine if there is probable cause to pursue the matter further.
If a complaint has been made against you by a patient, colleague, former employee, competitor, hospital, managed care company, or any other person of interest either with the state’s medical licensing agency (the Florida Board of Medicine), the Florida Department of Health (FDOH), or the Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation, it is imperative that you immediately seek out the services of an attorney with experience in the field of medical license defense.
In Florida, the Department of Business and Professional Regulations (DBPR) regulates and licenses businesses and professionals, including builders, contractors, architects, engineers, and building code administrators and inspectors. Complaints can result in fines, a restriction of services offered, or in extreme cases, the suspension or even revocation of a person’s license.
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