Oct. 14, 2012

Why It's Time for the Voters to Fire President Obama

By Ed Pozzuoli

When you really think about economic growth, what first might appear mysterious on the surface quickly becomes easy to understand. Economic growth results from the hard-wired desire of the individual to produce in order to consume. We all pursue our individual economic specialties, and then we exchange the fruits of our labor for all the things – cars, houses, clothes, food – that we don’t specialize in producing.

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Sep. 6, 2012

The Path To Job Creation Runs Through Regulatory Reform

By Ed Pozzuoli

With rates of U.S. unemployment still stuck in the nosebleed range of 8%+, and economic growth limp, copious amounts of ink are being spilled by politicians and academics offering ways out of our economic slump.  Not surprisingly, most of the solutions involve tax and entitlement reform.

 

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Mar. 2, 2012

The Risks of Promoting Without Giving Raises

By PAUL O. LOPEZ

 

Cash is king, especially during difficult economic times. More and more business owners are thinking out of the box when it comes to trying to keep morale up in the workplace.

Promotions are an obvious way to try to boost morale, especially among key employees who generally are happy to have increased duties and status.

But how can you afford to do so when there is no extra money to provide raises? What if your revenues are way down, yet you cannot afford to lose your key people to the competition?

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Sen. Marco Rubio Appoints Tripp Scott's Ed Pozzuoli to the Southern District Judicial Advisory Commission (JAC)

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla., April 30, 2021 – Tripp Scott today announced that Ed Pozzuoli, CEO of Tripp Scott, was appointed by Sen. Marco Rubio to the Southern District Judicial Advisory Commission (JAC) for the 117th Congress.

PRESIDENT BIDEN SIGNS INTO LAW A COVID-19 BANKRUPTCY EXTENSION ACT

On Saturday, March 27, 2021, President Joe Biden signed into law the "COVID-19 Bankruptcy Relief Extension Act" which, among other things, extends provisions providing financially distressed consumers and small businesses an expeditious and economical procedure for bankruptcy relief.

Legal Creativity Helps Overcome Business Obstacles

As Published in Florida Trend

Earlier this year, a client was scheduled to close on a commercial condominium they were selling. Certain documents had been sent to recording in order to allow the closing to take place; the buyer insisted that they could be viewed on the public records before he would close. Time was tight and events were not in our client’s favor. The coronavirus had reduced the recording office's staff, making it impossible to know when the documents would be viewable online.

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