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Things You Need to Know About the M&A Process

Mergers and Acquisitions Lawyer

Mergers and acquisitions are common in the business world. If you are trying to sell your business, you want to make sure a potential buyer is serious about their offer. Requesting an LOI or “letter of intent” will help you sort out a serious buyer from one who is Read more »

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What You Need to Know About the Litigation Consultant

A litigation consultant can be extremely useful when an attorney needs help with a difficult case. The consultant can accomplish many things an attorney may not be able to and has several tools at their disposal that can make a case go smoothly. Understand the Difference Between a Story Read more »

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Eligibility Grounds for a Company to File Defamation Case

Your company may be entitled to sue another entity under certain conditions. Based on the Defamation Act of 2005 and other causes of action, you may have a case. When an entity publishes reckless false information, it's possible for the plaintiff to seek damages.

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5 Tips to Arrange a Corporate Thanksgiving Party

Thanksgiving is a holiday that most people think about spending with family, friends and loved ones. However, the days before and after the holiday are ideal times to celebrate with the people you work with. The best part about celebrating with your team at work is that you’ll be Read more »

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Starting Off Legal Conversations: 6 Great Ideas

Starting any legal conversation can be tricky. The circumstances will delegate the tone and content of the conversation, but opening and flowing the lines of communication will take tact and creativity. The following tips can generate communication on a Read more »

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Why Proper Language Is Important in Notarized Documents

Notary certificates in California now require a consumer notice, according to First Tuesday Journal, or they can get rejected by your county recorder. This new law went into effect on January 1, 2015. Here are additional details every business attorney should Read more »

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How You Can Stay Safe from DUI and DWI on Halloween

Halloween celebration often leads most people to drink more than they have planned. For many party animals, drinking and driving can be fatal or could lead to jail time with penalties and license suspension. Under Colorado law enforcement, drunk driving offenses are categorized on the basis of blood alcohol content Read more »

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