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Entries tagged: commercial litigation

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Court Requires Plaintiff to Add So-Called “Dummy” Corporation to Lawsuit

By: Jeff Basso, Esq. email

Posted: January 28th, 2015

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Determining which individuals or entities are the proper parties to name in a lawsuit can sometimes be a technical matter—for […]

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Court Sides with Former Employer in Misappropriation of Confidential Information Case

By: Jeff Basso, Esq. email

Posted: December 9th, 2014

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Considering the potential harm that could strike a business when a key employee leaves to work for a competitor, employers […]

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No Rescission of Contract in Dental Practice Sale Gone Bad

By: Jeff Basso, Esq. email

Posted: November 9th, 2014

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While the sale of a business is a common occurrence, courts are often looked upon to interpret the terms of […]

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Testing New York’s Long-Arm Statute to Obtain Personal Jurisdiction Over Out-of-State Defendants

By: Jeff Basso, Esq. email

Posted: May 9th, 2014

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One of the fundamental issues that must be analyzed before commencing a lawsuit is whether you can obtain personal jurisdiction […]

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When is a Sales Commission “Earned”?

By: Jeff Basso, Esq. email

Posted: April 9th, 2014

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Businesses involved in the sale of a particular product or service will, of course, employ salespeople to sell those products […]

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The Common-Interest Doctrine and Its Effect on Attorney-Client Privileged Communications

By: Jeff Basso, Esq. email

Posted: October 9th, 2013

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It is widely understood that communications between an attorney and his/her client are protected from disclosure under the attorney-client privilege. […]

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