A contract is a legally enforceable agreement between parties. It is typically written. All legal contracts must contain these specific elements: It must contain an offer. The offer is what someone is going to do – example: hire you, sell you a car, buy your business etc. The offer must be accepted – meaning you […]Read More What Is a Contract?
Intellectual property (IP) is an important asset in any company, even more so when your revenue is tied to your inventions. Protecting your intellectual property is important to the growth of your company and protecting your future. With the prevalence of technology, there are most issues with establishing IP rights and protecting them. The protection […]Read More Intellectual Property
Mergers and acquisitions can be complex, time-consuming, and emotional for all parties involved. A good lawyer will drive the process efficiently and ensuring your interests are protected at all times. There are typically 7 big steps involved in the Mergers and acquisitions (M&A) process: Transaction Structures: To get started, the parties involved need to agree […]Read More Mergers and Acquisitions: An Overview
Litigation overview, covering some of the most common types. Operating a business comes with risk. A strong legal team – which may involve the help of outside council – can help you mitigate the risks and decrease the likelihood of you being involved in business litigation. Preventative measures to avoid litigation are important. However sometimes […]Read More Primer on Litigation
Human Resources departments are required to know increasingly more about employment law. There is no expectation that they will function with the same level of experience and an employment lawyer. However deep knowledge and rich experience in this area offers great benefit to businesses. Compliance with safety regulations, contractual obligations, employment laws and more, require […]Read More HR and Employment Law: An Intersection of Importance for Businesses