Articles and Resources: Business Transactions, Organizations and Disputes

Case Study:  Finding a Business Litigator
- Asher Ritmiller, Civil and Commercial Litigation
There are so many kinds of law in our society that attorneys often develop specialties. And, that's good – a person with a specific legal problem wants lawyers who know what they are doing. Life, however, is unpredictable, and when people get into disputes they can't resolve on their own, those disputes may touch on many different kinds of law. Here is an example of a case that required multiple areas of expertise. An attorney must be flexible enough to quickly adapt to the unexpected. Here is an example of a case that required both expertise and flexibility. Read more...


Legal Considerations for Starting a New Business

- Cynthia Smith
Develop a business plan. Your business plan is a roadmap for your business that provides both you and your financial backers with key information as to what your business is going to do and how it will operate. Your business plan is a work in progress that should evolve over time and be influenced by outside factors such as the economy.  Read more...

 

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