Should litigation be necessary, it is important to take the case to the right court. This is not just about venue and jurisdiction, those concepts are fairly well known to attorney’s as necessary to the litigation process. Indeed, this is not the difference between a State and Federal Court. This concern is among the state courts available.
Alternative Dispute Resolution, commonly called ADR, allows parties to come to a resolution without going through litigation. There are three main forms and each will be outlined briefly. The three ADR methods are Negotiation, Mediation, and Arbitration.
A frequent suggestion is to watch the blockbuster cases at the Supreme Court of the United States (frequently called SCOTUS or the Court). It creates two groups of cases, those with impacts and the other cases to fill out the docket. This distinction misses the reason the “other cases” reached SCOTUS in the first place.
Sometimes there is the opportunity to leave a job with a well established company to start a new company. Or someone right out of college may see a great idea just beyond what is done by the market. Taking that opportunity, reaching for that great idea can lead to starting a business. However, once a business is started, the important issue is keeping the business and the owners distinct.
Congratulations on buying that house. Do you have a writing commemorating the sale? There are several types of contracts which cannot be a handshake agreement. Instead, the law demands these contracts are written and signed. Land triggers this concern, but that begs the question, what is required by the Statute of Frauds and when is it triggered?