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Types of Insurance Coverage: A Comprehensive Overview

Mistakes and accidents happen, both to individuals and businesses.  It is essential to have the necessary insurance coverage to pay for the costs of an unexpected incident or accident.  Insurance companies write policies that can protect you and/or your business from many types of harm and damage. Here is an overview of different kinds of …

The Role of Alternative Dispute Resolution in Commercial Litigation

Few commercial litigation disputes will go to trial. Some cases may be dismissed, while others may be settled. Alternative dispute resolution (ADR) is one way to resolve your commercial litigation case. Your attorney may advise you to consider ADR. ADR Can Resolve Your Case for Less Money ADR helps bring the two parties together when …

Common Causes of Commercial Litigation Disputes and How to Avoid Them

Litigation can be distracting for any business. Officers and directors must devote time and resources to defending against the lawsuit. There is a chance that a company can avoid litigation by getting legal help before any dispute reaches the point of litigation. Here are some common causes of commercial litigation so you know potential pitfalls. …

Navigating the Commercial Litigation Process: A Step-by-Step Guide

Commercial litigation can be a drawn-out process. A case could last several years from beginning to end. It is essential that you have an understanding of the process beforehand so you know what to expect. Here is a broad outline of the steps in your commercial litigation. Pre-Litigation The two parties are often involved in …

Internal Revenue Code Changes of Widespread Interest in the House Passed Version of President Biden’s Build Back Better Act

By Robert S. Schwartz, Esq.  Build Back Better Act Legislative Process On November 19, 2021, the House of Representatives passed a version of President Biden’s Build Back Better Act (“BBB”). Unfortunately, the Office of the Clerk of the House does not update legislative text as neatly as one would like. Consequently, since the passed House …

Considering alternative dispute resolution for your company

A legal dispute has the potential to cost your company a significant amount of money to resolve. In addition to the impact on your resources, it can divert your time and mental focus, and it’s important for the long-term well-being of your business to seek a beneficial resolution. This is why some companies prefer alternative …

Is your business ready for these 6 common lawsuits?

Before you started your business, you likely planned for months or even years. You may have carefully laid out a business strategy and devised a routine for day-to-day operations, all the while seeking the advice and support of veterans and experts in your field. Planning is a wise step because it can help you foresee potential …

Taking a contract breach to court

Business contracts do not always prevent misunderstandings or disagreements between the parties who sign them. Nevertheless, you know as a business owner that the chances are much higher of facing a serious dispute with a customer, employee, vendor or another business with whom you work if you do not have a contract in place. Strong …

A close look at non-compete terms in a contract dispute

Employment contracts are an important tool for most types of companies. In this type of contract, a New Jersey employer can outline expectations and responsibilities for both parties during the employment term, reducing the chance of a conflict. It is also possible to include terms that will protect the interests of the business, such as …

Banks have legal obligations to protect consumer data

Running a banking institution involves garnering consumers’ trust. After all, no one wants to bank with a company that seems lax in its protections or does not follow federal and New Jersey state laws. In particular, bank owners and operators want to ensure that they protect consumers’ personal information and data, and understanding their legal …

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