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1 Answer | Asked in Employment Law, Health Care Law and Gov & Administrative Law for Florida on
Q: what happens if I am supervising someone whose Provisional Mental health license has just expired

I am a licensed Psychologist and have been supervising a person who held a provisional license. A condition of his employment with me was that he take his exam. Regardless of reminders and pressure from me, he did not take the exam until last week (this has gone on for two years now). He found out... View More

Shayla N. Waldon
Shayla N. Waldon
answered on Mar 27, 2024

I believe that the answer here is dependent on a number of factors, including the person's specific role, as well as how you may have defined the terms and conditions of employment in any offer provided to the person. These are things that a potential plaintiff can hang his/her hat on to... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Business Formation, Business Law and Employment Law for Florida on
Q: Is a person who has their own business, working as a 1099 independent subject to a non- competition contract?

I have an LLC, EIN, business license and taxi. All of which I had while working with yellow cab of Sarasota. I payed them a portion of my wages for Dispatch services. Soon after I began working with yellow cab, I was made to sign a very basic non- competition paper. All along i was a 1099... View More

Shayla N. Waldon
Shayla N. Waldon
answered on Jan 29, 2024

There are many variables here, starting with who signed the non-compete agreement, i.e., whether it was done in an individual capacity or whether it was signed on behalf of your company. A contractor in Florida likely could have a non-compete enforced against him/her, provided that the hiring... View More

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