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Business Lawsuits in Arizona

  Litigation in business can be a risky proposition for anyone, regardless of how strong their case may be. The reason is simple: the potential financial impact of a lawsuit. Even when someone prevails in court, they still have to spend a substantial amount of...

Franchising in Nevada

  You’ve just discovered a great franchising opportunity and decided to buy into a franchise. Before going through the process, and signing that franchise agreement, it’s important to understand what you’re getting yourself into. Misunderstandings can lead to an...

Arizona Force Majeure Clause

While navigating through the pandemic caused by the novel Coronavirus, many businesses faced situations that may excuse or delay their obligations to perform under existing contracts due to the occurrence of a Force Majeure event. What is Force Majeure? A Force...

Corporate Minutes in Nevada

Creating and maintaining records is an important part of following proper corporate formalities. Corporations and LLCs must file Articles of Incorporation or Articles of Organization with the Nevada Secretary of State and maintain all records, minutes, etc., as required by law. One of the key reasons to regularly maintain corporate minutes is to ensure the corporation follows proper and ethical procedures in accordance with your organization’s bylaws.



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