2012

Blog Posts in 2012

  • Fraud in the context of Business Litigation

    || 23-Oct-2012

    Fraud is a generic term that can have multiple meanings in different contexts. To legal professionals, fraud has several meanings depending on the context that is used. For example, a fraudulent activity employed against consumers as a group, is classified as "Consumer Fraud". On the other hand, Fraud in the context of business litigation is generally referred to as "Business ...
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  • Why you need a Business Litigation Lawyer

    || 10-Oct-2012

    Business Litigation Lawyers primarily concentrate their practice in the area of Business disputes. But the main question that many business owners fail to correctly answer, concerns the purpose and role of business litigation lawyers. Indeed, this relatively simple question might be more difficult to answer than its appearance suggests. For many business owners, the first thought that comes to ...
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  • Banking Law in the context of Business Litigation

    || 28-Sep-2012

    Banking law concerns the specific regulations and protocols designed to regulate and control banking in the United States. However, when banks deal with businesses and in the course of their dealings with businesses a dispute arises, banking law and business litigation intersect. In the United States, banks are regulated both at the federal and state level. However, banks are private institutions ...
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  • The Effect of the Release of Apple iPhone 5 on Business Litigation

    || 17-Sep-2012

    The release of the Apple iPhone 5 could have a major impact on Business Litigation for years to come. Business Litigation is often a product of the business environment existing at a particular timeframe. Just like the smartphone business where competitors view each new product as a possible candidate for an Unfair Competition claim, a trend is emerging among most businesses to carefully monitor ...
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  • Contract Interference and Business Litigation in California

    || 9-Sep-2012

    Another major area of practice that forms a large part of business litigation cases in California is referred to as Contract Interference with a legitimate business operation. Contract Interference occurs when an individual or an entity unlawfully attempts to interfere with the business contracts of another individual or entity. This happens fairly often in the context of business competition when ...
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  • Breach of Contract in the Context of Business Litigation

    || 2-Sep-2012

    Almost all Business Litigation cases have a tendency to involve a breach of contract issue. Accordingly, Contract law plays an extremely important role in Business Litigation. Businesses operate under their contract with different entities and in a business environment, contracts are the documents that define the scope and range of proper conduct. The majority of business disputes also arise when ...
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  • The Role of Los Angeles Business Litigation Lawyers

    || 23-Aug-2012

    Business Litigation Lawyers specialize in disputes between businesses and/or disputes that concern business issues. These types of disputes are fairly common and usually occur between businesses. A responsible business owner is fully aware of the true value of his or her business. A business does not come into existence out of thin air. Every successful business is a product of lots of hard work, ...
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  • Understanding the Scope of Business Litigation

    || 10-Aug-2012

    Business litigation has become as much a part of corporate America as enterprise itself. Business litigation goes far beyond one company taking another company to court over a business dispute. Business litigation is all about protecting a company's interests, their intellectual property, their business ideas, their rights, the hard work they have invested in bringing their company/brand name ...
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  • The former administrator for a nursing school campus in Van Nuys is now suing his former employer for wrongful discharge and defamation, claiming that he was fire for exposing illegal conduct by school officials. The man filed a complaint on Tuesday and is seeking unspecified compensatory and punitive damages. The school officials declined to comment at this time. According to the former ...
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  • The 3 Major Credit Reporting Bureaus in the U.S.

    || 2-Mar-2012

    A credit bureau, also known as a CRA, is accountable for making sure that credit reports are fair and accurate, and that the privacy of that information is protected. America's economy is founded on the readily available credit and maintenance of high standards within the credit industry, and these bureaus are the institutions that safeguard your credit report. The three largest credit ...
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