Topical legal content articles for marketing dispute resolution
It can be hard to find the time to write marketing articles, when you are a dispute resolution lawyer and busy with litigation, mediation or other client meetings. But with a constant stream of case law emanating from the courts it is important to keep your business clients up to date.
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Previous legal topics
Examples of the commercial dispute resolution topics issued to our subscribers over the last six months include:
Breach of the duty of good faith: options for directors
- a director's duty and obligations regarding company affairs;
- how to determine whether you have acted in good faith;
- consequences and sanctions for breach of duty ; and
- how a solicitor can help mount a defence against a claim.
When to instruct a solicitor to collect a business debt
- understanding the cause of the debt;
- deciding when the time is right to get a lawyer involved;
factors that should shape your debt recovery strategy; and
dispelling a few debt recovery myths.
Facing an investigation for Covid-related business fraud?
potentially problematic actions made by your business;
the key Government fraud checks and schemes;
rectifying innocent mistakes made during the pandemic; and
- how a commercial dispute resolution lawyer can help.
Liability of individual partners for partnership debts
- why prompt legal advice is imperative;
- what debts are partners liable for?
- handling debts incurred after you have retired? and
- what is the position with a limited partnership or an LLP?
What to expect if you are asked to give evidence at court for a business
- circumstances where you may need to give evidence;
- providing an accurate witness statement;
- producing documents as evidence in a case; and
- appearing in court before a judge.
Paid too much for an overvalued business? Your rights of redress
- taking action and the importance of legal advice;
valuations based on information provided by the seller;
valuations based on information provided by your professional advisors; and
how a dispute resolution lawyers can help.