Do you need help navigating a strained partnership in your business? Or are you worried that your business partner may try to remove you from the company? In this article, we will dive deep into the most frequently asked questions by business partners experiencing disputes and provide you with helpful answers. Can My Business Partner Push Me Out? In most situations, you cannot be ousted
Hiring a business lawyer is essential to understand the variety of legal issues impacting your company and your industry. A lawyer with experience in your field of work can help prevent issues from arising and give you peace of mind knowing that someone has your best interests at heart. Here are some benefits of having an experienced business law firm on your side. Intellectual Property
Starting a company can be one of the most thrilling times in a person’s life. People spend years, if not decades, developing their ideas and planning to establish a business. Many new business owners select to have a business partner, which usually comes with several advantages, but can also lead to disagreements. So, you should be aware of the business laws in Arizona in terms
Disputes between business partners are, unfortunately, all too common. Whether it’s about who gets to make the final decision about company direction or who gets more of the profits, partners can sometimes get into heated arguments that end in one partner leaving the company or even taking it over by force. To avoid this situation and help your business run smoothly, here are seven tips
When your company enters into a contract with another party—a customer, client, or vendor, for example—both you and the other party are obligated to fulfill the provisions of that agreement. If either party fails to fulfill any of the conditions in the contract, a breach of contract has occurred. What’s the Next Step After a Contract Breach? So, after a contract has been breached, what
Two common types of small business formations are corporations and limited liability companies. If you have multiple owners of either type of company, it is important to make sure that the ownership structure is clearly defined and clearly understood by all shareholders or members. Operating agreements are used for limited liability companies with multiple members, and shareholder agreements are used for corporations with multiple shareholders.