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Understanding a Statutory Demand
This memorandum was generated for the Claims Department for 21st Century Insurance while I served as Managing Attorney for the Sacramento Valley.
Defamation in the Workplace
There is a growing need for employers to monitor what and how they communicate in the workplace. What seems to the employer as a fair constructive criticism can potentially open a legal claim against the business. This is especially true as related to reviews and terminations.
Dissolution Litigation Risks: Once started, it is hard to stop
Disputes over ownership, governance, and control of a business can lead to Dissolution litigation that will have unexpected consequences.
The Not So Friendly "Business Divorce"
A brief guide on the nature and shape of a business break-up
Collecting Debt in the Construction Industry
A brief view on construction contract disputes.
The Tennis Anti-Corruption Program | Morgan Lamri's Appeals Process
This short article will provide an introduction to the TIU and a short outline of the process available to anyone accused by the TIU.
Independent Contractor Vs. Employee
Employers all across Florida have looked at the cost benefit analysis when either hiring an employee or deciding to contract with an independent contractor to perform services.
Receiving Compensation for a Head Injury
A person who suffers from a head injury will need to consider the settlement they will be willing to accept from the party liable for the injury.
Bureau of Real Estate Consumer Recovery Account
The Bureau of Real Estate has a Consumer Recovery Account in which victims of fraud committed by realtors or brokers can recover part of their damages.
Is my business too small for the Law? The benefits of forming an LLC.
The benefits of forming an LLC over maintaining a sole proprietorship or basic partnership.
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