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6 Mistakes to Avoid When Starting a Business

6 Mistakes to Avoid When Starting a Business

You know what they say: starting is the hardest part. If this year is the year you’ve finally decided to make good on starting your own business, congratulations! Taking that first step is what separates an idea from a successful company. The first few months of your...
6 Things To Do if You Receive a Demand Letter

6 Things To Do if You Receive a Demand Letter

Very few people are ever happy to receive a subpoena calling them to court. What many people may not be expecting is a demand letter. A demand letter is exactly what it sounds like – a formal letter demanding something of another party. They can come to a...
Breach of Fiduciary Duty of Loyalty

Breach of Fiduciary Duty of Loyalty

Business partners, members of an LLC, and other internal stakeholders of a commercial entity have both common law and statutory obligations to their business. These individuals, known as fiduciaries (in this context), have a duty of loyalty to the business they...
How Will COVID-19 Impact Personal Injury Cases?

How Will COVID-19 Impact Personal Injury Cases?

In these unprecedented times, almost all of our daily routines and professions have been impacted due to COVID-19. However, life still goes on, and serious personal injuries that require hospital stays and payouts for damages are still occurring. Whether you already...
4 Benefits of Mediating Your Business Dispute

4 Benefits of Mediating Your Business Dispute

Small businesses—LLCs, limited partnerships, and sole proprietorships, to name a few—experience commercial disputes just like large corporations. But unlike large corporations, small businesses do not have comparable resources to pursue or defend against lengthy...
Have You Been Injured? 6 Types of Damages You Can Recover

Have You Been Injured? 6 Types of Damages You Can Recover

After you’ve been involved in a serious accident or otherwise sustained a serious personal injury due to someone’s negligence, you are entitled to pursue damages against the negligent party. To clear up a misconception, “damages” in the context of personal injury...