Business Litigation

What do you need for business mediation?

Getting into a dispute with your business partners may sometimes feel like the end of the world, but fortunately, that is not the case. You do not even have to immediately jump to the possibility of litigation. Instead, consider some of the alternative methods of...

What is a merger clause?

No business owner wants to risk their stability and assets due to a business dispute. Unfortunately, these issues just come part and parcel with owning a business, and you cannot entirely stave off the possibility of a dispute ever occurring. It is thus more important...

Do you need a severability clause?

Business owners of many sorts like you will likely have to create a contract at some point in time. You may need one for hiring a new employee, buying new businesses or securing the services of professionals. Though contracts can differ greatly in purpose and...

What constitutes unfair competition?

A healthy amount of competition may help drive your business to innovate and overcome your competitors in the marketplace. What does not help is when your business rivals use underhanded tactics to get an advantage over you. Federal and California laws have certain...

Types of business partnerships

Oftentimes, running a business is not easy to do alone. A helping hand might feel necessary when so much is at stake. Finding a business partner can take a great deal of weight off a person's shoulders, but it is important to have foresight. The way partners share...

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