Legal Advice for Commercial — 294 results
Written by attorney Douglas Wright, over 2 years ago.
Your commercial tenant is in default - now what? A commercial eviction is a complicated process; however, the case is much easier if properly planned from start.
Written by attorney Kay L. Van Wey, 10 months ago.
One of the most complicated types of accident cases is when a commercial truck is involved. This is not only because injuries are oftentimes severe or even fatal, but establishing truck... more
Written by attorney Leonard Komen, about 2 years ago.
Minority ownership in a privately held business may create opportunities for squeeze out techniques by majority owners. In Missouri, to investigate that conduct, we use the following... more
Written by attorney Starling Underwood, 10 months ago.
Chapter 42 of the North Carolina General Statutes provides a clear picture of the rights and obligations of landlords and tenants. However, Chapter 42 does not address the obligations a... more
Written by attorney Peter Lamont, 12 months ago.
There was a timewhen a contract was not legally binding unless all of the parties involved sat down, reviewed the agreement, then signed and dated it in front of witnesses. Today, such... more
Written by attorney Bruce E. Burdick, about 1 year ago.
It's a familiar sad tale we hear here on Avvo over and over again from customers of graphic design firms. "
"Do the custom graphics created for our website and branding belong to us? We are... more
Written by attorney Amiel Lee Wade, over 2 years ago.
Commercial Law (also referred to as Business Law) covers most aspects and transactions of the business spectrum. These include but are not limited to business incorporation, banking,... more
Written by attorney Margaret Fernandez, about 1 year ago.
1. Do not sign a personal guarantee.
2. Insist on a clause whereby you can exit the lease at 12 months by giving notice at 9 months and paying a small defined penalty.
3. Insist on a... more
Written by attorney Peter Lamont, about 1 year ago.
It may seem hard to believe but since 1986 when the original Electronic Communications Privacy Act became law, no changes to email privacy law have been made.
Under the 1986 law, law... more
Written by attorney Brian Franciskato, about 1 year ago.
Wear Seat Belts and Drive the Speed Limit: Most serious injuries involving big rigs result from failing to wear a seat bealt and from speeding.
Avoid Truckers' Blind Spots: Don't tailgate... more