A FEW THOUGHTS ON ELECTRONIC SIGNATURES

Who hasn’t at some point in time been asked to agree on line to the terms of service for using an App or to approve the terms of a contractual agreement for the purchase of something. No hand-written signature is required to create a legal obligation. This is the...

CREDITOR CLAIMS AGAINST A DECEDENT

One of the most common questions asked regarding an estate is “Am I liable for the decedent’s debts?” The short answer is No. Normally, a person is not responsible for a deceased individual’s debts. Below is an overview of how debts of a decedent are to be paid under...

Attorney’s Fees

Attorney’s fees in commercial litigation can get incredibly expensive, incredibly quickly. In a moderately complex commercial litigation case, it can easily approach $150-200 thousand in fees and costs to get through a full jury trial and post-trial motions....

AFTER EFFECTS OF THE PANAMA PAPERS EXPOSÉ

By this time, I’m sure most of you are familiar with the Panama Papers scandal, which has made world-wide headlines. The confidential files of a law firm in Panama were hacked, resulting in the disclosure of known and unknown names from around the world. There is no...

So You Want to Start a Business?

Part I. Introduction I have been a business attorney for more than 40 years representing many small companies. The businesses ranged from brick and mortar companies, service companies, marketing companies, real estate companies to cyber and internet companies. I am...