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How to Have a Good Relationship with Your Business Partner

By Andrew Ritholz |

One key aspect of entrepreneurship involves creating and maintaining business partnerships and relationships. Every individual has their own strengths and skills that they can uniquely bring to the table of a business. This is why having a good and secure relationship with your business partners is crucial to having a successful business. Just like… Read More »

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Gabrielle Union’s Breach of Contract Lawsuit Against BET

By Andrew Ritholz |

The future of BET’s top-rated show Being Mary Jane is unclear as its star Gabrielle Union has filed a $3 million breach of contract action against the network and the production company responsible for producing the show. Union, who also has a thriving film career in addition to her work on Being Mary Jane,… Read More »

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Tips For Mitigating Risks From a Business Litigation Attorney

By Andrew Ritholz |

Running a business is no easy task. From contract disputes to employment issues, businesses face the risk of lawsuits every day. No matter how diligent you are in your affairs, litigation is often an inevitable reality of today’s corporate climate. Hiring an experienced business litigation attorney to handle your legal issues when they arise… Read More »

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Business Litigation: 5 Ways to Protect My Business When Hiring an Independent Contractor

Business Litigation: 5 Ways to Protect My Business When Hiring an Independent Contractor

By Andrew Ritholz |

Independent contractors are workers who are not regular employees but who are hired on a temporary basis such as for a particular project or assignment. They are also referred to as consultants or freelance workers.  They often have special expertise in operating software, possess unique organizational skills that they can impart to your regular… Read More »

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Business Litigation News: California Company Sued Over Arsenic in Wine

Business Litigation News: California Company Sued over Arsenic in Wine

By Andrew Ritholz |

If you’re a wine fan, or a Trader Joe’s fan, you’ve heard of the (in)famous “two buck chuck,” the loving nickname for Charles Shaw wines sold at the popular grocery store. Unfortunately for you two buck chuck fans, there’s been a lot of buzz around reports that some inexpensive California wines have been found… Read More »

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Sue municipality for faulty construction

How to Sue a Municipality for Faulty Construction

By Andrew Ritholz |

Statutory Basis for Liability Строительство дома своими руками.подвал The starting point for establishing liability under the California Government Torts Claim Act (Act) is §815(a), which mandates that “a public entity is not liable for an injury, whether such injury arises out of an act or omission of the public entity of a public employee,… Read More »

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My Business Partner Owes Me Money

By Andrew Ritholz |

“Honesty is the best policy . . . when there is money in it.” – Mark Twain Clearly, not everyone is honest with money matters. When it comes to a current or former business partner, there are specific steps to take in the attempt to recover money owed. The Contract The first and most… Read More »

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