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Fear Alone Won’t Get You An Injunction

With apologies for being absent for a week, ponder this question when you embark on a fight with the officers and directors of the energy company you own a part of: How does your subjective fear of harm factor into your right...more

The Unintentional Business Partnership & Liability For New Post-Dissolution Obligations

This week we examine the unintentional creation of business partnerships, liability for obligations incurred after dissolution of a partnership, and take a look at partnership by estoppel. This is done through the context of...more

Court Grants Preliminary Injunction in Case Involving General Partnership Interests

A California district court granted the Securities and Exchange Commission’s motion for a preliminary injunction against defendants who were selling general partnership interests in parcels of land. The court determined that...more

MoFo New York Tax Insights - Volume 2, Issue 4 - April 2011

In this issue: Tribunal Holds That Television Broadcaster Cannot Include Film in its Property Factor; Department Limits Application of Article 9-A Separate Accounting Election; Tribunal Grants State’s Motion to Reargue...more

FDIC Playing Hardball

The FDIC is actively going after the directors and officers of failed financial institutions. Apparently fraud and malfeasance, coupled with ignorance and greed,are the predominant causes of action. This article not only...more

Whistleblower Issues under New Financial Regulations

The financial reform act penned by Senators Dodd and Frank has many provisions which dramtically affect the daily operations of financial institutions. One important provision rewards employees for divulging certain...more

United Kingdom: damages for interference with property rights

Following up on her recent article on the grant of an injunction to enforce property rights, Michelle Farmer of Druces LLP's property litigation department examines a recent High Court decision where damages were awarded in...more

United Kingdom: Court orders removal of building works infringing rights to light

A recent High Court decision in England and Wales has demonstrated the Courts' willingness to order the removal of completed building works built in contravention of neighbouring property rights. In many such cases previously...more

5 Ways to Ruin Your Business

Mistakes business owners make that cost them money, customers, and accounts receivables....more

8 Best Collection Practices

Tips on how to keep your construction business, or any business, profitable by ensuring good collection practices....more

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