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THE CONSTRUCTION PROJECT Part III Who's Responsible When Something Goes Wrong?
All parties involved in a construction project must have clearly defined roles and responsibilities to avoid disputes and litigation and ensure success
Starting a new business? Don't forget the legal details!
A legal to-do list for new businesses to avoid ownership problems and disputes and enhance likelihood of success.
THE CONSTRUCTION PROJECT: Do we have a team? Part II
What are we building and what’s the real price? Fundamental to a construction agreement are two seemingly basic and simple concepts: the scope of work and the total project price. Yet they are a frequent source of dispute and litigation.
Mold Facts and Homeowners Insurance
This article is intended to give you some general information about mold, and how insurers are responding to mold concerns. It is not intended to provide a formal, definitive description or interpretation of California law.
The Constrction Project: Do we have a team? Part I
Owners, Contractors. Design Professionals - the three major players in construction projects. Are they partners in the project? On the samae team? The answers are: No, Maybe and Depends. From both a legal and financial perspective...
Repossession Deficiency
Have you or a loved one had a boat, vehicle, RV, or similar item repossessed? If so, you need to know that when a lender repossesses the car you may still be responsible for a “deficiency”.
From In House To Working From Out Of My House: 4 Months Later
Business Law, Law Practice, Venture Law, Solo Practice
Civility in the Practice of the Law - What Winnie the Pooh Can Teach Lawyers About How We Operate
Addresses the importance of civility in the practice of the law, in particular, focuses on various techniques one may employ to hold his or her ground but remain civil.
DBA vs. LLC or .INC: What artist, producer, & a soon to be famous person need to know
This article is an overview of the differences between a sole proprietorship and other incorporated business forms, and addresses how to organize a business under a "Doing Business As" ("d/b/a").
Regulation A+ Lawyers
Regulation A+’s new rules provide investors with more investment choices and issuers with more capital raising options during their going public transactions. Some confusion has arisen about whether SEC qualification of a Regulation A+ offering will result in the assignment of a stock ticker or...
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