September 2022

Renting a truck for personal use isn’t often done without the accompaniment of at least a mild level of stress. Adding on the possibility that the reservation for the vehicle may not be at the anticipated location, can result in additional time and energy for the renter. The Rights of Consumers An onslaught of complaints...
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When parties enter a contract, they often have an idea of what they expect to gain from the contract. In some cases, what a party expects to gain is readily ascertainable or obvious. For example, if a bank agrees to lend a borrower $100 for a year at an interest rate of 10% per year,...
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Title : Shareholder Disputes and the Closely-Held Company 2022: Rights and Remedies For Litigators and Corporate Advisors Date : Apr 28, 2022 9:00 am – 4:30 pm Description : Tanya Walker will be speaking on ethical and professional issues in shareholder disputes and litigation. For further details > Related Practice Area: Civil Litigation Law,Commercial Litigation...
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