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Why Litigate? Why Litigation Can Be The Best Choice

Why Litigate? Why Litigation Can Be The Best Choice

When a dispute arises that cannot be resolved between two parties, they will frequently opt for litigation as a means of settling the dispute.

Why Litigate?

In the normal course of events in a commercial transaction, disagreements occur. Litigation is recommended so both sides can state their case, and the dispute can be resolved. It may be two companies in the litigation, or a company and its client.

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Build an Effective Litigation Team for Construction Defect Recovery

Successfully Dealing With Bank Loan Disputes

What Are Bank Loans?

A Bank Loan is a loan of money from any bank to a private borrower. Bank loans can involve different types of loans, depending upon the financial institution. Banks offer a variety of loan products for use by individuals and these include: Continue reading

Legal Considerations Regarding Zoning Laws

Zoning laws are codes that regulate structure size, location, and use within a specific area of a city or municipality. Zoning laws usually vary from one state to another and among municipalities. Certain homeowner’s associations or communities that are gated often have their own additional zoning laws and ordinances. One example of a zoning law is a setback ordinance, determining how close to your property line you can build any structure. Continue reading

The Importance Of Trademarks For Businesses

Why Seek Legal Help in Construction Disputes

Disputes can occur at all stages of a construction project. Construction litigation is risky, the damage awards can be large, and professional reputations, and emotions are often involved. Our Palm Springs business litigation law firm understands the interests, and the stakes of those involved. Resolutions require pragmatic approaches, and experience. Representation is required for contractors, suppliers, architects, developers, tenants, engineers, purchasers, insurance companies, and sellers.  Continue reading

3 Things To Know Regarding Land Usage And Zoning

What Happens When Business Contract Terms Are Not Met?

Business contracts are vital to the business world. They ensure that corporations and individuals fulfill their obligations and they can be legally enforced. When the terms of a contract are not met, it is considered a breach of contract and the injured party can then file a lawsuit. 

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An Eye Opener on How to Handle Commercial Litigation Using Alternative Dispute Resolution

In today’s world of business, most business organizations are fond of suing other firms and, the same time, are being sued. However, if a firm is not careful, they can find themselves on the wrong side of the arm when a lawsuit becomes serious, and a legal battle erupts. This is because the hearing sessions can take a long duration before a verdict is met. At the same time, both parties entangled in the lawsuit end up spending a lot of money in solving the case. It is for this reason that most parties that find themselves in such a situation opt to engage in an alternative dispute resolution as a better way of solving their differences. Continue reading

Get Familiar With Zoning Before You Buy

Know Your Zoning Laws

If you are considering buying some land, you first need to get familiar with the zoning of the property. The federal, state, or even the local governments has a say in how the land is to be used. Property can normally be designated for either commercial or residential. If you are unsure on the zoning for the property, contact your local planning agency or one of our Palm Springs real estate lawyers. Continue reading

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