- Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR)
- Business Risk Management
- Business Torts
- Commercial Leasing
- Commercial Liability
- Commercial Loans
- Commercial Real Estate
- Cyber Attack
- Fair Credit Reporting Act
- Fair Debt Collection Practices Act
- Fraud Activity
- Mortgage Foreclosure
- Non-compete Agreements
- Real Estate
- Risk Management
- Shareholder Liability
- Statute of Limitations
- Unfair Competition
- Uniform Commercial Code (UCC)
- Exactly Who is Covered by an Arbitration Clause… and for What?
- Piercing the Corporate Veil: A New Collection Tool to Enforce Judgments Against Corporate Entities?
- Collecting Debt After Bankruptcy? An Ounce of Clarity in the FDCPA-Bankruptcy Quagmire
- Why the Conversion of Money Vexes Many Lawyers
- So You Think You're So Special? Detroit Sues 'Preferred' Creditors
- In the “Season of Giving,” a Wise Man Might Say It’s Time to Brush up on Gift Giving Rules
- A Fraudulent Inducement May Cause Your 'Ironclad' Contract to Rust
- True or False - When Amending a Contract, the Requirement of a Writing Doesn’t Always Require a Writing?
- I Clicked the Box but Didn’t Sign That Contract... or Did I?
- The Hackers are Coming – 10 Preparedness Questions for Your Business
Michigan Supreme Court reaffirms longstanding rules of contract law in arbitration agreements. Continue ReadingTags: Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR), Commercial Liability, Contracts
Collection attorneys can now pierce the corporate veil, post judgment, when the corporate form is abused by individuals seeking to avoid legally paying obligations resulting from litigation. Continue ReadingTags: Commercial Liability
Creditors must closely scrutinize Chapter 13 cases to understand what debts are being discharged and to update business records to ensure discharged debts are not pursued post-bankruptcy. Continue ReadingTags: Bankruptcy, Commercial Liability, Commercial Loans, Commercial Real Estate, Fair Debt Collection Practices Act
The conversion of money is one of those things lawyers get wrong, particularly in business litigation. Continue ReadingTags: Business Torts, Commercial Liability, Fraud Activity, Risk Management
Companies consider legal options after lawsuits were filed against them by the City of Detroit seeking to recoup pre-bankruptcy payments. Continue ReadingTags: Bankruptcy, Commercial Liability
Understanding the rules of gift giving can make the holidays brighter... and legal. Continue Reading
Despite careful review, fraudulent inducements can jeopardize otherwise well-crafted contracts. Continue ReadingTags: Business Risk Management, Commercial Liability, Contracts, Fraud Activity, Risk Management
True or False - When Amending a Contract, the Requirement of a Writing Doesn’t Always Require a Writing?
When modifying a contract, best practice is to always detail changes in writing with appropriate approvals by all parties. Continue ReadingTags: Business Risk Management, Commercial Liability, Contracts, Risk Management
Caution is advised when reviewing contracts electronically, because that click, reply or e-signature could legally bind you to the deal. Continue ReadingTags: Commercial Liability, Contracts
Surviving a cyber attack requires preparedness from a legal, business and technology standpoint. Continue ReadingTags: Business Risk Management, Commercial Liability, Cyber Attack