Some businesses could charge a COVID-19 fee - 10 Tampa Bay

TAMPA, Fla. — Florida is now fully operating under “Phase One” of Governor Ron DeSantis’ reopening plan. That means restaurants can operate at 50 percent capacity and museums, libraries, gyms and salons are allowed to open as well. As customers start trickling back into restaurants and salons, they may see some extra charges on their next…

Are you behind on your credit card payments? Is the creditor threatening to file a lawsuit against you? Or worse, have you been served with a lawsuit for an alleged failure to pay a credit card debt? Unfortunately, most people assume that since you made the purchases on the credit card then there are no…

DID YOU KNOW that if a person or company makes a “robo-call” without appropriate consent, the recipient of the calls is entitled to $500 per call and, if he or she can demonstrate that the calls were knowingly made in violation of applicable laws, may possibly be entitled to up to $1,500 per violation. To…

Unfortunately, it is very common for parties to make agreements without a signed contract.  Some oral agreements may be enforced without a written legal instrument, but it is always better to put it in writing for many reasons. While oral contracts may at times be enforced, it is much easier to enforce a written contract…

If you operate any kind of bar, restaurant, or nightclub, you already know that crafting the right atmosphere is crucial to building customer loyalty. Today’s customers expect more than just a hot meal or cold beer, they demand an experience. The right music enhances a bar or restaurant’s atmosphere. According to a recent study by…

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