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Business Litigation
Executive &
Professional Litigation

Labor & Employment

Month: December 2021

Merry Christmas

Wishing my clients, colleagues, and everyone else that makes my law practice possible, a very Merry Christmas. It is important to give back to the community. One of the ways that I try to do that is in counseling people about how to get help for their legal problems....

Deep Pockets

Evaluating whether to bring a business litigation claim necessarily entails considering whether a potential defendant will be able to pay the eventual judgment obtained, or pay a fair settlement of the claim. Not every potential defendant has deep pockets. There can...

Business Torts

Business torts are the legal causes of action that are commonly used by litigators to assert claims arising from business disputes. A tort is a civil wrong. Tort claims are distinguished from breach of contract claims. There are numerous potential advantages to...

Hearsay

Most of my clients know that hearsay is inadmissible at trial. They also know that hearsay is a statement made by a third party. Well actually, sometimes hearsay is admissible, and sometimes what we think is hearsay, actually is not hearsay. So what is hearsay?...