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If you have been sued by a former employee for allegedly enforcing restrictive covenants that are considered unreasonable, it is essential for you to consult with a business litigation attorney. Attorney David H. Schwartz can provide you with the strong representation you need.

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In every business transaction, agreement, or contract, it is essential that all parties involved are acting in good faith. However, if one party provides misleading information or false statements that cause you to enter into a contract, you are within your rights to sue for fraudulent misrepresentation.

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Business owners usually have people that they trust to act in their best interest under certain circumstances, and it’s no mystery why this is necessary. This legal duty falls upon the hands of someone known as a fiduciary — but what happens if these people exploit their position and take advantage of the trust provided to them?

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As business and personal technologies have evolved over the years, the manner in which trade secrets are protected, discovered, exploited, and misappropriated has evolved drastically. Whereas business owners were once able to...

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There have been many stories of minority shareholder oppression similar to Jessica’s. This majority-minority power structure can pose problems, especially when a dispute or conflict arises within the company.

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If you want to establish a trade secret to protect your business, attorney David H. Schwartz has the right tools and resources to get you where you need to be. Read on for important information you should know.

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In both state and federal cases, it is commonplace for individual consumers to bring legal actions against businesses alleging false or misleading advertising, but what about one business suing another business? Can misleading ads against your business be legally actionable? Bay Area-based business litigation attorney David H. Schwartz has the answers to these questions.

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California business law can be very complicated territory, but having a skilled business litigation attorney to protect your company’s interests can be your ace in the hole. From legal definitions to requirements for lawsuits to statutes of limitations, this article is intended to help you identify and put a stop to unfair competition.

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