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Business Law
The limited liability company (“LLC”) has become one of the most desired forms of a closely held business organization. As an unincorporated business entity, the LLC is favored because of its pass-through tax treatment as well as its maximum operating flexibility. However, an LLC also demands a well-written and comprehensive operating agreement, especially when it...
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Unpaid Invoice
LEGAL CONSIDERATIONS DURING COVID-19 PANDEMIC: CONTRACTUAL AGREEMENTS AND FORCE MAJEURE With the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, there is increasing disruption to supply chains for buyers and sellers of goods. From unpaid invoices to the inability to fulfill an order, your business may be dealing with issues that are increasingly becoming more common. It is...
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rejected custom order
REJECTED CUSTOM GOODS & SELLER’S REMEDIES Rejected Order? In a time when you can sell or purchase products from virtually anywhere in the world, there are many potential problems you can run in to as a seller, especially when you produce customized products. For example, let’s say you’re a seller of custom goods. You don’t...
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