Legal Articles, Business

When a Contract Isn't a Contract

For a contract to be enforceable, it generally needs to be clear and specific.

Avoiding a Messy Business Divorce

Careful planning can help you avoid a messy breakup with your business partners.

Could Your Business Be Headed Towards a Partnership Dispute?

Sometimes, disagreements between business partners escalate to disputes that necessitate legal action. It is possible to take steps to avoid this situation, starting with understanding what factors sometimes make it difficult for partners to work together for the duration.

What Is a Supply Contract?

Supply Contracts are legal agreements that are used as the basis upon which to measure the supplier's performance. In addition to listing the items to be supplied, the Supply Contract states the timeframes, responsibilities, pricing and payment clauses needed to administer the relationship.

Representing Clients In Commercial Real Estate Disputes

Breach of contract in commercial real estate matter

The Workers Compensation Attorney Group

We believe that workers' rights are human rights, inalienable and fundamental. This includes protection from employers who do not provide a safe and properly functioning workplace so that you do not suffer undue injury or illness.

Differences between general and limited partnerships

Some people who are ready to go into business want to bring along a partner for the ride.

Company and Company Owner Liable for FLSA Violations – Workers Not Independent Contractors

In a recent case, the Court found workers were improperly classified as independent contractors and entitled to back pay for missing overtime compensation. The court determined that the workers were dependent on the business rather than in business for themselves and, thus, were employees. The Court also found that the owner of the employer business was also an “employer” and was personally liable for unpaid wages owed to the employees.

A Restaurant buyer's checklist.

Due diligence is your best friend when considering buying a restaurant. You must be calm, cool and collected. Important details must not be rushed or simply ignored even if the restaurant looks like your favorite star chef’s haven. You will likely feel the pressure of the seller to get it done quickly, and it very well may because the seller is just as anxious to get out as you are to get in.

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