If you’re a business owner looking to limit your personal liability, how do you know which entity is right for you? While there are many entities to choose from these days, including various forms of limited-liability partnerships, in most cases the two entities of cho...

Business owners who have formed a business entity know that the process of doing so can sometimes be complicated and confusing. A formal entity isn’t required to do business in Nevada, but operating without one is financially risky. That’s primarily because legal entit...

In these difficult economic times, too many people are feeling the effects of shrinking retirement accounts, failed investments, and mounting bills.  In such a setting, the sting of seemingly uncollectable debts has become increasingly acute.

These days, many debts go u...

Most of us have heard the terms “insurance fraud” and “securities fraud.”  And we probably all know someone who has been a victim of one form of fraud or another.  But what exactly is fraud?

There are many different types of fraud, including mail fraud, wire fraud,...

Many homes, products, and services come with express warranties–written assurances that the residence, goods, or work will meet certain standards or specifications.  For example, a residential seller often warrants that a home will be free of defects for one year.  Sim...

Would you sign a contract without reading it first?  Before you answer, consider this: most people enter into contracts daily without reading their terms, and few are even aware that a contract is being formed.

Have you ever visited a company’s website and been required...

Protracted litigation can be very expensive. Legal fees skyrocket, and the stakes are often high. Lawsuits are sometimes unavoidable, but businesses can greatly reduce the risk by avoiding five common mistakes:

1.         Not drafting a clear shareholder agreement, oper...

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