Choosing the Right Legal Expert

Apr 12th, 2017

The bad news: your company has been sued. The good news: the facts of the case are on your side, and if everyone does their job properly, your company will almost certainly win. It will take a lot of hard work and diligence from plenty of people, but the odds are in your favor, and […]

Communication is Key for Successful Renovation Projects

Mar 2nd, 2017

With more than 5.6 million commercial buildings and approximately 134 million housing units in the United States, plenty of windows will be replaced in the coming years. Unfortunately, that opportunity also leads to risk and liability. Inevitably, no two commercial or residential structures could possibly be constructed exactly alike. How can any reasonable installer expect […]

Understand Contract Language to Avoid Legal Woes

Feb 9th, 2017

You would never enter into a contract without knowing all of its terms, right? Surprisingly, it happens a lot, even to savvy business people. How many people want their sales grinding to a halt while lawyers argue over archaic and lengthy terms? Very few. As a result, many agreements involve less formal documents such as […]

Lions and Tigers and Reservation of Rights Letters, Oh My!

Jan 4th, 2017

Your company has been sued. You have notified your insurance company which replies in writing. What’s your next step? There is a risk in trusting your commercial general liability insurance carrier to do the right thing. I don’t suggest that every insurance company acts in its own self-interests to the detriment of its insured. However, […]

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