5 Types of Business Disputes and Commercial Litigation

Businesses do not operate in a vacuum, and occasionally, entrepreneurs face many disputes and litigation. Consequently, a business manager is responsible for a lot of work, from managing finances and staff to taking care of suppliers—all while ensuring to work within the law.

Business dispute and commercial litigation

Of course, it’s possible to secure your business against risks. However, new challenges emerge daily, and you may find yourself embroiled in disputes or lawsuits such as false advertisements, breach of contract,  personal injury claims, copyright infringements, etc. In any case, it’s worth retaining legal help on such matters. Veteran Chicago business lawyers,  King and Jones, have domain expertise that will aid the legal success of every business.…

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The Benefits Of Building A Relationship With A Law Firm

Entrepreneurs and business leaders are faced with a variety of challenges on a daily basis. Some of the most difficult challenges business owners face are those that concern matters of law. Even the most experienced business leader may be at a loss when it comes to the ins and outs of legal documents, actions and proceedings.

Benefits Of Building A Relationship With A Law Firm

Instead of making risky guesses on legal matters, business leaders and entrepreneurs can place their trust in law firms. Businesses of all sizes can benefit from keeping a law firm on retainer. Having a firm on retainer essentially means that a business leader has an advocate on his or her side whenever needed.…

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Don’t Make a Federal Case Out of It

business disputes and lawsuitsEven 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.  …

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