Financial or business fraud is defined as a case wherein financial resources are not legally and ethically managed. California law allows a person to file for fraud under these circumstances: intentional misrepresentation, negligent misrepresentation, concealment or failure to disclose relevant data with intent to defraud the victim, and a false promise.
Need for an Effective Business Lawyer in San Diego: New Ruling Warrants Smarter Decisions When Filing Class Action Suits
A New York federal appeals court recently reversed the ruling of a lower court regarding a class action suit filed against Google, specifically for its Library Project. The case was brought forth by the Authors Guild, which claims to represent tens of thousands of authors who are filing complaints against the [...]
No deal is ever written in stone. Partnerships for whatever reason may be broken. Be it bad faith or bad habits, the break-up of a partnership is almost always painful. You (and your partners) are at a quandary as to what to do next.