commercial law

5 reasons why young commercial lawyers may want to consider an in-house solicitor position

by Legal Author June 22, 2015 Legal Careers

In-house solicitor jobs were formerly considered to be mainly for those who wanted an alternative legal career path outwith the more common role of a lawyer within a law firm. Now, in-house lawyer jobs are becoming much more popular. Here are five reasons why young lawyers may want to consider hunting for a job as […]

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Depositions: A New Direction for New York

by ASchlossberg February 9, 2015 Administrative Law

Depositions: A New Direction for New York New York is making a significant change on the deposition front. A new deposition rule for the New York Commercial Division is on the horizon. Effective April 1, 2015, under Administrative Order 336a/14, New York courts will enact Rule 11-d of Section 202.70(g) per a December 22, 2014 […]

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3 Common Types of Commercial Litigation Cases

by MrMilesYoung February 6, 2014 Commercial Law

(US law/generally) Hopefully you’ll never find yourself in litigation, but sometimes, it’s inevitable. It’s important, then, that you understand a few of the more common types of commercial litigation cases. If you find yourself in a case, chances are that your case falls into one of the three most common categories: Breach of Contract In […]

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Liability Insurance Coverage for Bodily Injury

by contactus May 1, 2013 Accident Claims Law

(US law and generally) Any business, big or small is required by law to have a liability insurance coverage. This is to protect the company from financial losses when obliged to spend for damages or injuries caused to employees while working, or to 3rd party as a result of an accident for example. By definition, […]

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Non-Compete and Non-Disclosure for Entrepreneurs, Small Business Owners, Employers and Employees

by foxhovenlaw01 November 22, 2012 Business Law

(US law and general legal information) Contracts are an essential part of doing business. Whether you are signing on new clients, working to build a business from the ground up, or hiring new employees to take your business to the next level, contracts are fundamental to every business transaction. Contract law, a facet of common […]

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What do zero hour contracts mean for workers?

by Redmans Solicitors October 4, 2012 Commercial Law

The concept of “zero hour contracts” can be a confusing one for both businesses and workers. This post will therefore look at this concept and try to clarify what a zero hours contract is and what working under a zero hour contract means for workers. This will entail looking at the following issues: What is […]

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