2015 August

Settling Breach of Contract Claims without Protracted Litigation

08.12.2015
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Filing a lawsuit serves many purposes. One main purpose in a breach of contract lawsuit is to show the breaching party that you are taking this matter very seriously. This will put the breaching party on notice. However, filing a lawsuit does not necessarily mean you have to win or lose. You can file the lawsuit even though your intent may be to enter into negotiations to settle the breach.

Some lawsuits can take over a year and become costly. There is also never a guarantee you can win at trial. Some type of Alternative Dispute Resolution can be useful […]

LLC? D/B/A? Corporation? Which Is Right for My Business?

08.12.2015
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If you’re thinking of starting a business, you’ve probably wonder whether you could be personally responsible for business debts, how to manage having business partners, and what to do about future plans to expand, sell, or transfer your company. The answers to these questions depend on the type of business you choose to form. This article will cover the four most common business types used today, including some advantages and disadvantages of each. If you’d like more information about these or other business types, you should consult an attorney licensed in your state.

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