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July 2016 Archives

What can a property owner do in an eminent domain situation?

If you own real estate, be it residential or commercial, you likely have plans regarding how long you plan to hold onto your property. And typically, if you are able to keep up your payments on the property, or if you own it outright, you should be able to call your own shots. But what happens if the government decides your home, rental property or business is located on land it wants for other purposes?

Protect your investment with the help of an attorney

Commercial real estate represents a significant value to those that own it. Unfortunately, even the most simple of all real estate transactions can have hiccups. If you are in the middle of a commercial real estate dispute, protect your investment with the help of an experienced commercial and business law attorney.

What are the various types of breach of contract?

The matter of breach of contract is common in the world of business. While some breaches may cause little to no rift in a business agreement or its process, some breaches of contract are so substantial that they result in a complete dissolution of any existing business relationship. If you use contracts often, it may be well worth your time to become knowledgeable about the various types and their remedies.

Avoiding disputes with foreign businesses

If you are considering entering into a business relationship with a foreign company, it may be beneficial to become familiar with the Department of Commerce's dispute avoidance guidelines. With their advice and the help of an experienced business law attorney, you may be able to avoid a lengthy and costly litigation.

What is the difference between an asset and stock purchase?

Starting a business is a huge decision. If business has been good to you, you may be thinking about acquiring another existing one. Before moving forward, you must first decide whether you are going to choose to purchase the business's stock or its assets. While this decision is best made with the help of an attorney, it wouldn't hurt for you to understand the pros and cons of both types of acquisition.

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