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May 2016 Archives

Commercial mortgage modifications may require an attorney's help

Commercial mortgages are quite a bit more complex than their residential counterparts. There are, however, several similarities between the two, including the ability to make modifications to an existing loan. While many homeowners may find it easy to browse and apply for the various types of loan modifications, commercial real estate owners likely won't find it as simple. That is why it is so important to work with an experienced commercial real estate law attorney when choosing and applying for a commercial mortgage modification.

How can someone protect their intellectual property?

Any invention, idea, image or concept that has come to be as a result of someone's creativity may be considered intellectual property. In order for an individual to claim ownership of intellectual property, they must first identify it as being theirs through the use of copyrights, trademarks or patents. Understanding the difference between the three can help people better protect their intellectual property in the event it is used without their permission.

Prepared protection for your business

How many times have you heard someone lament that his or her attorney was ill prepared for a court case? Probably enough to cause concern when the time comes to hire a law firm. When you have a closely held business that you have raised from concept to execution to a burgeoning company to be reckoned with, you don't want to wait until you need to enlist the aid of an attorney for a potentially detrimental legal matter.

What are the pros and cons of filing as a Sub-S corporation?

Nothing can be more intimidating than tax time to those who own their own business. Any misstep could be to your detriment, both financially and legally. Classifications of your business and the elections you choose are not to be taken lightly and can have a significant impact on your business' longevity. So what is a subchapter S election and is it the right choice for your business? Let's explore this.

Steps to prove a breach of contract

Contracts are put in place for a specific reason: to ensure that all parties involved uphold their end of an agreement or arrangement. When one party is not fulfilling that obligation, a breach occurs and can put the other party or parties in a precarious situation. However, the process of proving a breach of contract must be carefully executed if you want to have the best chance of getting a profitable outcome.

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