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How to Set Boundaries with a Business Partner

How to Set Boundaries with a Business Partner

Starting, running, and participating in a successful business venture can be one of the most satisfying journeys in life. The process of getting the organization put together, off the ground, and making money can be exhausting and it’s normally not a challenge people...
Don’t Get Into a Car Accident Without This Checklist

Don’t Get Into a Car Accident Without This Checklist

At Capshaw & Associates, we work with personal injury clients to help them recover from oftentimes life-changing events and injuries. Car accidents can be one of the most traumatizing events people experience, and the incidents are often disorienting. That’s why...
Are You an Employee or Independent Contractor

Are You an Employee or Independent Contractor

Employees and independent contractors are both important members of our workforce, filling jobs necessary to keep our economy and culture moving forward. But, for many, the idea of being an independent contractor is new. Whether it’s because of a career loss or change...
4 Tips for Improving Business Communication

4 Tips for Improving Business Communication

At Capshaw & Associates, we see a lot of business disputes that make their way to court. It happens between partners, employees, contractors, and engineers. Often, the root of the dispute comes back to communication. When you feel comfortable communicating with...
Chapter 7 Bankruptcy vs. Chapter 13 Bankruptcy

Chapter 7 Bankruptcy vs. Chapter 13 Bankruptcy

At Capshaw & Associates, we help with bankruptcy litigation. It is important that anyone considering bankruptcy understands that it is not a “one size fits all” process. While often portrayed as a last resort that will leave you financially destroyed, there are...
3 Famous Product Defects That Lead To a Recall

3 Famous Product Defects That Lead To a Recall

Product defects are dangerous to everyone involved: physically dangerous to the consumer and financially dangerous to the company that produced them. We’ve written before about the three categories of Product Defects: Design Defects, Manufacturing Defects, and...
Is Arbitration Better Than Going To Court?

Is Arbitration Better Than Going To Court?

When you think about resolving business disputes, most people think first of going to court. Traditional litigation is the most publicized – and the most flashy – form of dispute resolution. Both sides hire an attorney and argue it out in public court...
6 Tips for Writing Stronger Contracts

6 Tips for Writing Stronger Contracts

Contracts are the foundation of all working relationships. Making them universally clear is essential to getting everyone on the same page. At Capshaw & Associates, we’ve seen plenty of good business relationships turn sour. Often, that rift could have been...