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How Can I Appeal A Divorce Judgment Or Other Family Court Order In Connecticut?

When you are going through a divorce or take another family court issue to trial, the outcome is in the hands of a …

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How can I remove or fire my business partner in Virginia?

One of the primary areas of our practice deals with partnership disputes between and among business partners …

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To What Extent Can A Business Entity Restrict An Employee's Post-Termination Activities In Massachusetts?

       For business entities operating in a competitive environment, the prospect of …

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What Can A Company Do If Someone Steals Its Idea Or Trade Secret In Pennsylvania?

Because not all ideas are protected, the first thing you should do is consult with a lawyer and evaluate whether …

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What Can I Do If I Have A Legal Dispute With My Business Partner In Pennsylvania?

Disputes among business owners are commonplace. The stakes are high when relationships between business partners …

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When Do I Need A Business Litigation Lawyer In Colorado?

Many people look for the services of a business litigation attorney only after experiencing unresolvable …

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What are my options when someone breaches a California contract?

Contracts make the business world go ‘round. Nearly every aspect of owning and operating a business in …

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How can I separate myself from the other owner of my privately held business in Delaware?

As is the case with many business law matters, the answer is complicated. Ultimately, the circumstances …

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Should I arbitrate my California dispute or take it to trial?

How a business dispute resolution takes shape will likely depend on the relationship between the disputing parties …

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What is the timeframe to file a lawsuit in California for breach of contract?

While there are a few ways parties can breach contracts, the most common way is that of a missed payment or …

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When should I go to trial instead of settling in California?

When you’re weighing whether to settle a case, several factors come into play. Even if the case may …

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What Duties and Responsibilities Do Shareholders Owe in Minnesota Closely Held Companies?

What is a closely held corporation under Minnesota law?A closely held corporation under Minnesota law is defined …

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Can I Sue My Business Partner in Minnesota?

When you go into business with one or more people, there is always a risk that the relationship will end badly. …

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I just received a letter from a lawyer who told me that her client is considering suing my company in Virginia and that I must put a “litigation hold” on our records. What does that mean?

If you receive notice that you or your company may have evidence that might be relevant in a lawsuit against you, …

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What is the deadline for a state or federal habeas petition in Virginia?

Calculating habeas petition deadlines is a tricky business and trips up many lawyers who do not regularly handle …

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