Switch to ADA Accessible Theme
Close Menu
West Palm Beach Business & Personal Injury Attorney
Turn to us for your legal needs. 561-291-8298

Category Archives: Commercial Litigation

Legal3

What Is Accord And Satisfaction?

By Michael Pike and Daniel Lustig |

Let’s say that someone owes you money. They agree to that. What they don’t agree to, is how much they owe. They send to you the part of the debt that they feel is legitimate and owed. You, of course, take what they have offered, and you prepare to file a lawsuit to collect… Read More »

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn
Bankruptcy15

Someone Who Owes You Money Files For Bankruptcy – What Do You Do Now?

By Michael Pike and Daniel Lustig |

Your company may not be near bankruptcy, or even thinking about bankruptcy. But then it happens—a company or person you are suing files for bankruptcy. What do you do now? Bankruptcy Happens If a company or person doesn’t pay you, or you have a contractual dispute with a company that you are suing, it’s… Read More »

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn
Lit1

False Advertising Claims Are Becoming More Common

By Michael Pike and Daniel Lustig |

Your business does things the right way. By the book. With honesty. You can’t imagine that your business would ever be hit with a false advertising lawsuit, either by a private citizen or by a government agency. But more and more, false advertising claims are becoming common, and your business can learn something from… Read More »

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn
DataBreach

Health Tech Companies Must Comply With Data Breach Laws

By Michael Pike and Daniel Lustig |

We love devices to tell us about our health. From fitness and heart rate monitors, to watches that give us oxygen blood levels and EKGs, the future is health information at our fingerprints. But if you thought a data breach intercepting our bank account information was bad, what about a data breach with these… Read More »

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn
BusLitigation

Successor Or Alter Ego Company? It Makes A Difference

By Michael Pike and Daniel Lustig |

So your company didn’t do well. Maybe it closed, you liquidated it, or filed for bankruptcy. But you’re convinced that if you can do it again, and do it the right way, things can be different this time. Should you start what is known as a successor company? Successor Companies A successor company is… Read More »

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn
Crowdfunding2

Crowdfunding: What Is It, And Is It Legal?

By Michael Pike and Daniel Lustig |

Let’s face it: Raising money and finding investors can be difficult. Many investors will want some stake in your business, which creates its own set of legal hurdles and impracticalities. But what about crowdfunding? What is it, and is it something that’s right for your business?  The Benefits of Crowdfunding Crowdfunding allows your company… Read More »

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn
Agreement

Does Your Business Need An Operating Agreement? Yes, And Here’s Why

By Michael Pike and Daniel Lustig |

In life, it can be easy to skip over the details. The same can be said for business. If you run or own an LLC, it may be easy to want to skip over the formality of having a written operating agreement. But for a number of reasons, that could be a very big… Read More »

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn
Legal1

Snooping Into Someone Else’s Computer Can Have Serious Consequences

By Michael Pike and Daniel Lustig |

When there is a business dispute, especially a dispute among former partners, shareholders or people who worked together, the incentive to snoop into, or even hack into, the other party’s emails or other online data, can be pretty enticing. But there are laws against this kind of activity, and the penalties can be severe…. Read More »

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn
Subpoena

What To Do If You’re Not In A Lawsuit, But You Get A Subpoena

By Michael Pike and Daniel Lustig |

Your business isn’t in trouble. You’re not in any lawsuits and you’re not suing anyone. Nobody’s even upset with you (that you know of). And yet, suddenly you receive a subpoena for a deposition. What’s this all about? Why do you have this? And most importantly, what do you do now? Getting Information From… Read More »

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn
BankLegal

What’s An Assignment For The Benefit Of Creditors?

By Michael Pike and Daniel Lustig |

If your business isn’t doing well, and you have creditors, you may be considering bankruptcy. But there may be other reasons why a bankruptcy won’t work for you, or why you may not want to file for bankruptcy. You could just sell all your stuff yourself, outside of bankruptcy, and use the money to… Read More »

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn
Segment Pixel