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Posts tagged "commercial litigation"

Poorly negotiated commercial leases can hurt businesses

Persons that have their own businesses, like all businesses, need a workspace from which to carry out their business activities. When faced with obtaining commercial space, business owners have the choice between buying and leasing. Since buying is often more expensive than leasing in the short term, many owners choose leasing.

Former New Jersey football player wins appeal

New Jersey businesses may be tempted to use an athlete's or other celebrity's image in order to promote their business or product. It is tempting because so many people may be drawn to something that a particular famous person is endorsing. However, businesses should be careful to only use a person's likeness or image if they have that person's permission, or else commercial litigation could ensue.

GE settles business litigation with investors

In 2008, as the national economy began its downturn, many businesses started to lose money. Large corporations saw the value of their stock plummet and many businesses could not survive. However, New Jersey business owners may be interested to know that those businesses that did survive could face business litigation over the losses they faced because of the recession.

Merck sued in New Jersey court over osteoporosis drug

Most businesses make or produce some sort of product or service. When a business sells a product to the public there is the risk that the product could cause injuries to consumers. When this happens, business litigation -- specifically a product liability suit -- is likely to arise.

Google settles litigation with New Jersey and other states

Many businesses will experience a dispute with another company, supplier, customer, employee or even the government. In some situations, these disputes can lead to commercial litigation. When litigation ensues, there are there are a few ways for companies to resolve the lawsuits -- the issue can be taken to trial and a court can decide the matter, the parties can engage in alternative dispute resolution to reach an acceptable outcome or the parties can negotiate a settlement.

Macy's and J.C. Penney in court over unfair competition

Many New Jersey businesses will experience conflicts with their competitors. Businesses are often fighting for a limited amount of customers while trying to make the most amount of money. In some situations, unfair competition can lead to commercial litigation between two businesses.

Developer in Morris Plains sues city

Sometimes business litigation arises when there is a dispute between two or more businesses, other times, it arises when a businesses is denied the right to do something by a governmental entity. In Morris Plains, a real estate developer has initiated commercial litigation for the later reason.

Subway restaurants sued by New Jersey men over sandwich length

A business lawsuit can come from many different sources -- another business, a customer, an employee or even a governmental agency. No matter the source of commercial litigation, business disputes must be quickly and efficiently dealt with so that the business can move past the disagreement.

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