This commercial law case takes place in Florida and involves an individual who was hired as a business development manager for a major technology corporation. The new hire generated significant new business for the firm by expanding existing product lines into new and untapped markets. In return for her services, she was to be paid a set commission on the total amount of new revenue that her efforts generated for the company. However, before she was paid this commission, the company transferred her to a different division and, shortly thereafter, fired her. She alleges that she is owed a substantial amount of money from her previous employer, and that her position was unfairly and illegally terminated.