As a general contractor, you probably tend to rely on your subcontractors for a lot of the actual work that gets done on your projects. After all, you can't be everywhere at once -- nor an expert in every field. You do your best to hire subcontractors that are reputable, experienced and dependable for every project -- but sometimes mistakes happen or a subcontractor just doesn't live up to his or her reputation.
Here's the saddest truth about embezzlement: It's more likely to happen among a small, tight-knit company than it is in a big corporation.
When a real estate investment deal looks too good to be true, it probably is.
If you own several commercial properties, the odds are high that you've hired a property management company to make sure that everything is cared for appropriately. A good property management company is a great investment because it can take a lot of stress off your shoulders.
What gives someone the right to sue you in Florida?