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Securities fraud is a broad term that covers any type of deceptive practice used to mislead investors and manipulate financial markets for personal gain. Those accused of this illegal act can be an individual or organization — either of which will need...

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As a business litigation attorney, I see it every day: business owners come forward, convinced that another party has taken and abused one of their company’s trade secrets. They then pursue a claim against the offending party only to discover that...

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A failing business partnership often leads to a failing business. With around 70% of business partnerships reported to dissolve, you can never be too cautious when it comes to protecting your company. If you choose to enter into...

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When someone breaches a contract they’ve entered into with you, it’s important that you act quickly. In many cases, simply reminding the other party of the terms of your agreement can be enough to get things back on track. In others...

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In business litigation law, “torts” refer to the economic harm inflicted — purposely or accidentally — to a company. Usually, business torts stem either from fraud or actions that illegally sabotage a competing business.

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In law, the term “torts” refers to harm inflicted. The harm could be inflicted deliberately or accidentally; it could be the result of malicious intent or pure negligence. Regardless, California law recognizes that harm done to...

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Not sure whether your business dispute has reached the point that you should file a lawsuit? Review this post to discover common — and legitimate — reasons to take legal action to protect your business.

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