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Many lawsuits involve a variety of different claims. In fact, most plaintiffs allege anything and everything they can in the hopes that at least one claim will be successful. In the business world, it is common for a plaintiff to allege that fraud occurred when the claim is really a simple breach of contract allegation....
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There are a variety of different legal entities to choose from when you are starting a business. The limited partnership (LP) is an important entity to consider if you want to have partners, but you want to be protected from liability. The LP is typically used by businesses that want to work with a partner...
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If you are an employer and you are feeling overwhelmed by the amount of paperwork you must maintain, you are probably wondering if you can get rid of your old employment records. Before you start shredding all those former employee’s records, there are a few factors you should consider. There is no strict rule that...
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Today’s technology has impacted the way we negotiate and revise contracts. The use of email makes the process much easier and quicker, but it can also lead to unexpected liability. There has been a drastic increase in the use of “electronic evidence” in litigation cases across the nation. In fact, many lawyers are using email...
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In today’s face-paced world, handshake deals are a thing of the past. Now it is not unusual for business agreements to be outlined in 50+ page contracts. But, even with detailed written contracts, parties still break their promises. It can be even more complex if you are somewhere between a handshake deal and an executed...
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While there is no magical formula for preventing employment lawsuits, there are certain preventative measures every employer should take. Litigation can be time-consuming, costly and damaging to your reputation. Below are a few pointers for how to avoid litigation with your employees: Provide every employee with a current employee handbook and any updates or changes...
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As a business owner, you may be trying to decide when or if to sell your company. Do you wait for it to hit a certain size? Does it need to be worth a certain amount? These are common approaches, but maybe there is a better way to determine when to hang out the “for...
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We have all heard that it is important to read a contract before you sign it. However, many contracts are full of legal mumbo-jumbo that doesn’t make sense even if you do read it. Yet, the law assumes that when you sign a legally binding document, you have read and understood it. As a result,...
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If you own a business, it is imperative that you take precautionary measures to protect it legally. In other words, you need a great business attorney and contracts that protect your best interests. There is no easy answer for what legal agreements are the most effective, because every case is different. However, there are three...
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When you are starting a new business, there are many pitfalls you want to avoid. The difficult part is that most of the time you never see them coming. If this business is your first one, understanding the legal risks and taking preventative action can save you money, time and heartache. Below are a few...
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