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Toyota Being Driven Straight to Court and the Bank
  Lawyers in class action lawsuits against Toyota are now claiming the auto maker violated the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organization Act (RICO) Toyota's shareholders are filing lawsuits over the dwindling value of their stock in the company There are reports Toyota knew about some gas pedal ... READ MORE

ToysRUs Price Fixing Class Action Lawsuit
If you recently bought baby products from Babies"R"Us and were dismayed by the high prices of such products, you are not alone. On July 15, 2009, a federal judge in Pennsylvania granted class action status to a lawsuit filed against a division of popular toy and baby goods store Toys"R"Us Inc. The lawsuit ... READ MORE

Apples Anti Trust Suit Over Adobe Flash
  Techno-giant Apple may face antitrust probes by federal agencies Federal antitrust laws protect consumers and businesses from unfair practices   Many of us have heard or read the term "antitrust laws" in the news but we don't understand what they are, why we have them, and how they work. Two possible ... READ MORE

Bad News for Borders
You may have recently shopped at Borders and had no idea that the company is doing badly. Borders is the second-largest bookstore chain the US after Barnes & Noble. Borders sells books, CDs, DVDs and various gifts and stationery. Its first store opened in 1971 in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Now there are more ... READ MORE

Getting Out of a Contract
Legally, you can't get out of a contract just because you've changed your mind. If you try, the other party will probably sue you for breach of contract. It's always possible that the contract includes a loophole or escape clause that allows you to get out, but you usually need a legally justifiable ... READ MORE

Protecting Yourself Against Business Lawsuits
Chances are over time that your business will face a lawsuit. Plan ahead and be ready. A quick response can make the difference in the outcome of a possible lawsuit, and in any event, makes it easier to handle when you're ready. Protection against lawsuits includes how you structure and run your business, ... READ MORE

When Your Business Has Been Sued
Your business has just been served with legal papers. Now what? Call Your Lawyer The very first call you should make is to your lawyer. He or she will be able to tell you what to do next. As a general guideline, here is what a lawyer would normally expect you to do: Gather all information together in ... READ MORE

"Dram Shop" Laws Hold Bars Responsible for Alcohol Injuries
Drinking liquor is a personal choice, so it may seem unfair that bar owners can be liable for accidents and injuries that occur because someone chose to drink in their business establishment. Under the terms of "dram shop laws," owners of a bar or any other business that sells alcohol can be held legally ... READ MORE

Fraud, Misconception, Good Faith and Fair Dealing
Contract law requires the parties to an agreement to do more than just fulfill the contract terms. The law also sets standards for the way you and the other party conduct yourselves throughout the transaction. The legal system punishes those who engage in trickery and act in bad faith during negotiation ... READ MORE

How to File a Business Lawsuit in Civil Court
Owning a business almost guarantees that you will be in civil court at some point. You may be forced to file a business lawsuit against a customer who refuses to pay an invoice or against another company that is using your logo or product name without permission. A business lawsuit must comply with specific ... READ MORE


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Unfortunately, the general practice of unhappy real estate buyers is to sue everyone involved, including the subcontractors. The good news is that your insurance company should be able to handle the d ...Read more

I am sorry but not reading a contract is not a way to avoid liability. The salesperson is not an under an obligation to read you the contract or to make sure that you understand it. That is your respo ...Read more

You are correct that filing an amended complaint voids the demurrer hearing. However, if you are intending to resolve the case, there's no need to file anything new before the resolution. Focus on tho ...Read more

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General Legal Services and How They Prevent Expensive Litigation

Every small business’ worst nightmare is being sued for big bucks. However, there are proactive steps that every business owner can take to make this nightmare completely preventable.  Reta ... Read more

Business owner, vendor relationships: amity, yes, but disputes, too

In the world of business centrally marked by small and mid-sized enterprises, perhaps nothing is more fundamental and critically important than the relationship between owners and vendors/suppliers. W ... Read more

Can a Business Sue for Defamation?

What You Need to Know About Business Disparagement ClaimsNegative reviews of products or services can hurt businesses, but when they are honest, these reviews can also provide key insights into how to ... Read more

Unfair competition? Medical co., retailer spar in federal court

A blue square interlocked with a green square. A green square interlocked with a purple square, which from a central position also links to a blue square. Are those images/icons similar? And if so, is ... Read more

KFC readily litigious when it comes to protecting that recipe

What is allegedly locked up in a humungous safe that the New York Times notes is “encased in two feet of concrete and guarded by video cameras and motion detectors?” Nuclear codes? The wor ... Read more

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