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September 2013 Archives

Johnson & Johnson pursues arbitration in contract dispute case


New Jersey based health-care products company Johnson & Johnson is involved in a breach of contract suit. Reports say that the company has sued drug maker Boehringer Ingelheim over a contract dispute. Boehringer makes lung cancer medication and a system of testing genes to determine which medication is most appropriate for a specific patient.

Honeywell merger approved -- with stipulations


While mergers and acquisitions may seem like common business transactions, they are complicated. In particular, publically traded mergers can be extremely complex business transactions. Depending on the specific merger, businesses may be subject to business regulations and government approvals. Despite the particular regulations, mergers can be extremely important business tools that help New Jersey businesses grow.

New Jersey construction project continues after lawsuit dismissed


New Jersey businesses can be sued by a variety of sources including other businesses, non-profits, customers and the government. No matter who is suing a business, commercial litigation can slow businesses down and cost businesses money. Unless the right precautions are taken, litigation can prevent a business from working at all.

New Jersey businesses -- beware of patent trolls


When New Jersey companies have a patent on a particular item or process, that patent protects them from others using the patented item without their consent. Therefore, only the company that owns the patent can make money from it. However, sometimes this doesn't stop others from using the patented product. In these cases, a patent infringement suit is necessary in order to enforce the patent.

New Jersey start-up awarded more than $350,000 grant


Sometimes, people have great ideas. These ideas lead to products, services, medications or other valuable creations that eventually help others around New Jersey, the country and the world. However, in order to make these ideas come to life, people often need money. Starting a business in New Jersey is often not cheap, especially if significant research or man power is required in making the product. Unless people are willing to invest significant amounts of their own money into the company, they need some sort of funding.

Actress sues weight-loss company over contract dispute


New Jersey readers may be interested to know that Oscar winning actress Octavia Spencer has recently sued a weight loss company for breach of contract. The company, Sensa, sells weight loss products that are sprinkled on people's food to help them feel full faster. According to reports, Sensa and Spencer had an agreement where Spencer agreed to be a company spokeswoman.

New stock exchange announced with proposed merger


When people start a business in New Jersey, the hope is that it will become successful and grow overtime. In some cases, this growth is slow and hard fought. Other times, growth is quick and immense. In either case, this growth provides New Jersey businesses with the chance to increase profits and reach more people. A merger is a way for two or more businesses to grow by combining forces. In cases of mergers, businesses are creating a new entity designed to be bigger, stronger and better than the previous entities were alone.

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