Firm News

When is litigation worth it?

When you’re embroiled in a business dispute, you have a few options for reaching a resolution. The quickest path to putting an issue to bed is to offer a settlement. However, doing so will not enable you to tell your side of the story and require you to pay the costs...

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Preliminary and Permanent Injunctions

A court may order a party to conduct a specific action or prohibit it through an injunction. An injunction is an equitable remedy. The party who requests an injunction must indicate that there are no other legal remedies available. Courts, when issuing injunctions,...

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Who is Liable for Construction Defects?

Litigation involving defective construction includes failed construction projects or deficiencies in the design or engineering of buildings and other construction. When an apartment building has plumbing issues or a bridge collapses, the ensuing litigation involves...

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Testamentary Capacity and Contested Wills

Upon the death of an individual, their property and assets are usually disposed according to their wishes in their will. Occasionally, the way the assets and property were distributed may be contested. For a will to be valid, the testator must have testamentary...

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Defective Products and Consumer Protection

Defective products cause harm and injuries to millions of consumers daily.  Consumers who have been injured by a defective product may have product liability claims against the manufacturer of the product. The following are three broad categories of product liability...

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