Lawsuits can be incredibly stressful and challenging for anyone, regardless of the reasons behind litigation. However, legal action can be especially difficult for certain people, such as business owners who find themselves in court over allegations that a contract was breached, partner disputes, or fraud, among many other reasons. Whether you run a large corporation or own a small family business, the outcome of your case could affect you and your company in a variety of ways. It is vital to recognize the consequences of litigation and take steps to prepare and protect yourself wherever possible.
You may know that a financial advisor is someone you hire to help you manage your assets—someone who picks investments that are right for you. Advisors are fiduciaries, meaning they have a legal responsibility to act in your best interest.
Xerox sued by third-largest shareholder Deason for alleged fraud related to takeover by Fuji
The story of the wicked step-mother is one that spans countless languages and cultures across the world. Stateside we have a modern-day version of this timeless tale that involves a gold-digging woman who swindles an older man who is already financially well off into giving her all of his assets.