S Corporations, C Corporations, and LLC’s: Understanding the Difference You know you need to organize your business, and you’ve heard terms like c-corp, s-corp, and LLC, but you don’t know the difference between them. What do you do? The most important thing to realize is determining which entity is right for you depends greatly on...Read More
Importance of Insurance in the Construction Industry As a construction law attorney, I have been representing homeowners, developers, general contractors, and subcontractors for over 18 years in a variety of construction litigation cases. In each occasion, the primary key to resolution, if possible is insurance. And sophisticated owners and contractors will always have an advantage...Read More
The 5 Stages of Civil Litigation Understanding the different stages of civil lawsuits is critical to successful resolution. Each stage of a lawsuit is an important landmark toward getting favorable results whether the case settles or proceeds to trial. No two cases are the same but recognizing the importance of each phase of a case...Read More
5 Ways to Avoid Disputes in the Construction Industry Over the last 18 years, I’ve practiced as a construction law attorney and have had the privilege of representing homeowners, developers, general contractors and subcontractors in a very wide variety of disputes that require construction litigation – everything from single-family homeowners to the largest condominium and...Read More
Most people have heard or experienced the dreaded bully at work. Whether the bully is the boss, your supervisor or a co-worker, nothing creates a toxic work environment, morale killer and high turnover rates faster than a bully causing chaos and fear in the office. Everyone in the workplace and beyond, from the Human Resources...Read More
By: Jeremy Johnson & Sean Willet At Bremer Whyte, our business litigation attorneys advise clients often on the pros, cons and important factors of navigating through the process of arbitration. In June of this year, the California Court of Appeal for the Second Appellate District decided Rice v. Downs, providing an important reminder of the...Read More
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