Author Archives: Joseph M. Goldstein

Factoring Company Prevails Against State Agency to Enforce the Assignment of Accounts Receivables from a Government Contract

State of Florida Government Contractor’s Factoring Company May Enforce its Rights to Payment against Department of Transportation if it complied with Uniform Commercial Code. CONTINUE READING...

When a Local Ordinance Doesn’t Govern Your Business

If your business has been accused of violating a local law, check with your attorney as to whether you actually face liability, particularly if you established your business practices in accordance with a state law. CONTINUE READING...

Victory for Vets: Supreme Court Rules in Favor of Veteran-owned Small Businesses

The U.S. Supreme Court recently ruled in favor of veteran-owned small businesses (VOSBs), holding that the federal government must award VOSB’s contracts when there is a reasonable expectation that two or more will bid at fair and reasonable prices. CONTINUE READING...