Even as we’re starting to see the early stages of an economic recovery, businesses and individuals continue to trudge through the ugly legal fallout of deals-gone-bad. Countless lawsuits have resulted from soured joint ventures, alleged breaches of contract, and plain old disputes over who owed what to whom. These lawsuits can be costly, time-consuming, and counterproductive. Worst of all, they can distract you from what’s truly important: tending to your business’s current needs and helping it survive-and thrive-for the future.
As reported in the New York Times on December 28, 2009, recession-related lawsuits, even apart from home foreclosures, are on the rise. …Continue reading