How Partners Can Avoid A Dispute Within A Corporation

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If your small business has grown and now you wish to evolve it into a corporation, there are some things you should consider. How many partners do you want to take on? Do you want shareholders eventually? How much say in the daily operations does each partner have and do shareholders have any say on the operations? How much compensation does each partner get and what dividends do shareholders receive?…

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Spoliation Of Evidence In Personal Injury Cases

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For any injury case, there is always a demand to prove negligence on the part of the other party and evidence that you have been injured. The easiest way to succeed in this step is to provide evidence. Without a doubt, the attorneys that represent the other party will do everything in their power to minimize and eliminate the evidence provided. One method sometimes used to go about this process is a spoliation of evidence.…

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Decoupling From A Controversial Partner: Financial, Legal, And Social Pitfalls

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Companies and advertisers jumping ship when a celebrity or other company does something very negative is not new. However, in the past few years, the number of times this has happened has skyrocketed. From racist behavior caught on tape to poor business protocols, companies are now distancing themselves from any hint of bad behavior with record speed. If your company has a partnership with another company that recently got called out for terrible practices, you may want to leave that partnership as fast as possible.…

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