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Understanding the uncertainty of litigation

Engaging in legal warfare comes with a great deal of uncertainty and risks. Many business-people face decisions along their legal journey that evokes fear and hope alike. These fork-in-the-roads all lead to an uncertain outcome that oftentimes leads to a significant change.

Signature or handshake: Which contract is best for you?

You probably make business agreements on a daily basis without a contract. When you order food at a restaurant, drop off your dry cleaning or get a haircut, you don't feel the need to negotiate terms. Even if you buy or sell a car to a family member or ask a good friend to help with a home repair, it may never occur to you that a signature on paper is necessary.

The 1-star truth behind negative reviews

When you have a rare evening free from work, you certainly want to make the most of it. If you decide to try a new restaurant or see a movie, like many California consumers, you may check various websites for reviews and ratings. After all, your time and money are precious, and you don't want to waste either on a bad experience.

3 questions to ask during a business partnership dispute

Before entering into your business partnership, you likely asked yourself and your potential partner numerous questions. These questions undoubtedly allowed you to gain a better idea of whether the partnership would feasibly work and whether your business ideals aligned. Once you covered all the areas you felt pertained to the situation, you likely moved forward with your business partnership in a confident manner.

Legal action may remedy breaches of fiduciary duty

Business relationships can often act as fruitful enterprises for many individuals. Because businesses typically have many parties involved at various levels of power and responsibility, you and other individuals associated with the company likely have to place your trust in the abilities and actions of other higher-up parties. In many cases, these higher-up individuals make business decisions for the benefit of the company.

Help! I'm facing a business-related dispute.

Forming a business in California is similar to forming a marriage. It is intended from the very beginning to be a long-term relationship. The partners essentially agree to connect their futures and personal goals together and stay faithful in the business relationship. However, you may find yourself in need of a business divorce if you have been in business with a partner for a while but have gotten into a dispute and now need to go your own way.

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