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- Forming a Medical Corporation in California
California has specific laws that govern the formation of a medical practice or health care facility in California. The creation of the business entity requires a unique blend of corporate law experience and health care law expertise.
- Effect of Forgery on a Contract
Contracts are voluntarily entered into every day by two or more parties who wish to be bound by them. However, this may not be the case when one of the signatures on the contract is forged. There are certain actions that an individual can take if he or she learns of forgery.
- Is an Agreement Based on Duress Enforceable?
Parties are usually free to contract as they see fit. However, if one partyís actions rise to the level of duress, the act of entering into a contract is no longer a voluntary process, and the contract may not be enforced.
- What Can I do if the Delivery Does not Match up with the Contract?
Sometimes when a person or business orders goods, the items may not conform to the actual purchase order. When this occurs, the party receiving the goods has several options.
- Non-Compete Agreements in Florida
Some companies have their employees sign a non-compete agreement in which the employee agrees to refrain from working for competitors, setting up his or her own business or working in the same industry for a specific amount of time after the employment relationship with the employer has ended. If another company approaches a former employee who signed such an agreement, the employee may be tempted to take the new job.
- Understanding Commercial Agreements: What You Need to Know to Protect Your Business
The contracts that your business has with its landlords, clients, employees, vendors and/or suppliers are the components that help create the framework of your company. Everything your organization does depends on the protection and support of the terms and conditions in its contract (s).
- Why Should an Entrepreneur Work With An Attorney to Start Their New Company?
Most entrepreneurs and new business owners are working on tight budget and simply want to spend the least amount of time and money selecting a business entity and getting to work. After all, isnít it as simple as downloading a few forms, filling in the blanks and submitting the corporate documents to the Secretary of State? Why would the owners of a new company want to spend the money to consult with an attorney?
- Resolving Breach of Contract Without Expensive and Time Consuming Litigation
There are definitely reasons to consider filing a breach of contract lawsuit even though you intend to find another path to resolve the situation. Filing the lawsuit puts the breaching party on notice that you are serious about holding them accountable, and may strengthen their resolve to cooperate to find a positive solution to the breach.
- California Craft Distillery Law and the Craft Distillerís Act of 2015
Until fairly recently, Prohibition-era laws have governed the liquor industry in California. As a result of amendments to these laws, craft breweries are now allowed to offer tastings and sell beer to customers. At present, however, distilleries of liquor can hold tastings, selling quarter-ounce samples, but still cannot make a direct sale of larger amounts to their customers. That is about to change if the Craft Distillerís Act of 2015, AB 1295 passes and is signed into law.
- Top Eight Reasons You May Need Startup Attorneys
Most people who have a good idea and not a lot of startup cash donít think to involve attorneys right away because it feels like something that is expensive and can come later in the process when there is something to lose.