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November 2016 Archives

The many varieties of contract disputes

It doesn't matter how much of a veteran you are in the business world, or how new or experienced your company is -- in any case, you will be dealing with a lot of documents, contracts and agreements that are legally bound to be upheld. There may be varying interpretations of a contract or document, or even a specific provision or clause in a contract or document, but ultimately there is a correct way for these to be interpreted. Sometimes, to reach that correct answer, legal action needs to be taken.

General counsel critical for newer companies

Creating or forming a business, may it be a brand new company or a company that comes into existence out of a bankruptcy, is a complicated and difficult process. There is no easy way to create a company or build it out to the successful company that you ultimately envision it becoming.

Another sporting goods company files for bankruptcy

A few weeks ago, we wrote about a sports equipment company, Golfsmith, going bankrupt. In that post, we talked about the declining popularity of golf, and how that has played a role in Golfsmith's bankruptcy.

5 things to do when you close your business

Closing a business isn't something that a business owner takes lightly. While some business owners decide to shutter the doors immediately, this often leaves customers and employees baffled. Proper planning can help you to close your business in the best manner possible. Consider these five things that need to be done when you close your business.

Non-competes: federal government cracking down on contracts

In our last post, we talked about non-competition agreements and how these contracts provide legal protection for companies in regards to trade secrets and business processes in light of an employee moving to a different company. Today, we'd like to follow up on that post by discussing a growing movement to limit or even ban non-competition agreements.