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A frustrated businessman considers invoking a force majeure clause in a business contract because of the coronavirus

Force Majeure Clauses in the Age of Coronavirus

As the COVID-19 coronavirus disrupts global business and supply chains, here’s what you should know about invoking force majeure clauses.

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This hourglass with red sand represents the importance of time for fraud statute of limitations

How Important is Timing With Your Fraud Statute of Limitations? Turns Out, Very

Simply saying you had no idea may not work when it comes to a fraud claim. Learn how a fraud statute of limitations can determine your case.

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Startup Business Tips from Industry Leaders

Have a business idea but not sure where to start? The experts at Financial Poise have compiled start-up business tips from industry leaders.

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Mickey Mouse founder Walt Disney has pushed the limits of copyright law time and again to protect his characters.

Mickey Mouse, the Founding Fathers and Copyright Law

What is the Copyright Clause? On January 1, 2024, the world’s favorite mouse will enter the public domain. The Walt Disney Company, one of the greatest challengers to copyright law, has fought since 1976 to keep “Steamboat Willie,” the first Mickey Mouse animation, from the hands of other artists and creators for a total of […]

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The LLC Operating Agreement Demystified

An LLC operating agreement is a set of rules and provisions that outlines company structure, management, compensation and other internal issues.

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McCulloch v. Maryland and the Famous Supreme Court Cases that Changed Our Economy

You may not have heard of McCulloch v. Maryland, but this famous supreme court case is one of three that fundamentally changed our nation’s economy.

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Woman whispers to man, symbolizing an accredited investor keeping confidential business information

The Civil Courts: When Your ‘Confidential Business Information’ Isn’t So Secret

In a civil court case, your confidential business information is only as confidential as the judge allows. Read about Purdue Pharma’s high-profile case.

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The Communications Decency Act and the Rise of the Trolls 

Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act protects internet companies from litigation of content posted by third parties. Should they have immunity?

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4 Steps All Companies Should Take to Protect Themselves from a 401(k) lawsuit 

401(k) lawsuits are on the rise. Take these four important steps to ensure retirement plan options are transparent and reasonable.

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trump tariffs hit Chinese imports

Expert Advice on Surviving the 2019 U.S. Importers Crisis

How to Lessen the Impact of the New Tariffs Recently, The U.S. raised tariffs on $200 billion worth of products from 10% to 25% with a threat to levy additional tariffs on an additional $325 billion worth of goods from China. These new tariffs follow a host of previous White House-imposed duties on various trading […]

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