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Category Archives: Business Law

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Corporate Leases For Small And Big Businesses

By David Toback |

Space for housing and businesses is an urgent requirement in recent times owing to the increasing population. A good number of people migrate to urban areas looking for jobs, thus contributing to the already pressing issue of lack of physical area. Businesses, especially the newer ones, rely mostly on rental spaces as it is… Read More »

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Role of Buy-Sell Agreements in Businesses

By David Toback |

Many people don’t realize the necessity of a buy-sell agreement until they are faced with a critical situation. Business owners have a buy-sell agreement or buyout agreement between the co-owners of the business. It is a legal agreement to save the situation during emergencies. The agreement serves its purpose in cases where a co-owner… Read More »

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What Every Business Owner Should Know About a Breach of Contract

By David Toback |

Whether the breach of contract has to do with an insurance company, a commercial company, an employment agreement, or any other type of situation, the reality is that an unfulfilled contract can have serious economic repercussions for all parties in question. If you are accused of having violated the terms of a contract or… Read More »

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Why You Need to Have an Attorney Draft Your Contracts

By David Toback |

To ensure that your company is duly protected, it is important to have commercial contracts where relations with third parties that develop in your business activity are regulated in writing. But not all business contracts work. Each business has its peculiarities and all contractual relationships are not carried out in the same way. Therefore,… Read More »

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Start Your Partnership Off on the Right Foot

By David Toback |

Starting a new business is exciting. You will be able to set your own work schedule, be your own boss, and work with only people you choose. When entering a business partnership, it may seem like having documentation in place for you and your partner is an unnecessary expense. However, that excitement that you… Read More »

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Tips for Creating a Succession Plan

By David Toback |

Developing succession plans is one of those human resource tasks that seem challenging but are necessary for any company. Fortunately, it is possible to divide the succession plan into smaller and more digestible steps that help implement this initiative developed especially for companies to avoid talent gaps, keep employees engaged, and be able to… Read More »

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Is Your Contract Dispute Proof?

By David Toback |

Any type of commercial dispute can be costly, but when it comes to real estate things tend to get even more expensive and complex. Whether you are a property manager, investor, or even leasing your own business space, it is important that you have the right documentation in place to support your real estate… Read More »

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Don’t Make These Mistakes When Starting a New Business

By David Toback |

Starting a new business can be exciting, and still be one of the most stressful things you will ever experience. There are many things to do, and some of those are legal aspects that many people don’t even realize. Because the role of an entrepreneur is often focused on their customer, there are some… Read More »

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How a Business Planning Attorney Can Get Your Business Off to a Good Start

By David Toback |

You’ve made the decision to start your own company, downloaded all the do-it-yourself legal forms, and you think you’re ready to go; but are you really? While trying to handle things on your own may be inexpensive and expedient, a lack of legal guidance can result in costly mistakes that damage your business before… Read More »

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Don’t Leave Your Business Without a Plan

By David Toback |

When you first create your business, you never do it with the thought of what will happen to it when you are no longer living. Most business owners start their business with the hopes that one day they will be able to pass on their business to their loved ones. However, in many cases,… Read More »

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