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Posted: October 3, 2016

Client Q&A: Someone made a posting on a website that is not just untrue, it also is hurting my business. Is there anything I can do?

Someone made a posting on a website that is not just untrue, it also is hurting my business. Is there anything I can do? By John M. Lundin As the internet has grown, so, too, has the problem of people writing things that are false about businesses or other people. Most of us know to… Read more »

Posted: June 27, 2016

Client Q&A: A Competitor Is Cheating The Government, Which Hurts Me And Taxpayers Too. What Can I Do?

A Competitor Is Cheating The Government, Which Hurts Me And Taxpayers Too. What Can I Do? By Niall D. O’Murchadha If you discover that someone—perhaps your employer or a competitor—is cheating the federal government, there are several things you can do. One option is provided by a statute called the False Claims Act (“FCA”). If… Read more »

Posted: June 2, 2016

Client Q&A: I Bought a Business and the Seller’s Representations Have Turned Out to be False

My company acquired another company. The seller made representations regarding the company’s finances that turned out not to be true. What can we do? By John M. Lundin Something that is litigated with surprising frequency is the situation where the seller of a company makes representations regarding something–typically the financial condition and assets of the… Read more »

Posted: April 21, 2016

Client Q&A: My Business Just Got A Notice Saying That The Landlord Will Terminate Its Lease!

Help! My Business Just Got A Notice Saying That The Landlord Will Terminate Its Lease! By Niall D. O’Murchadha Conflict with a landlord is a common problem faced by businesses both large and small. The standard New York commercial lease follows this pattern: (1) if the landlord claims that the tenant has breached the lease,… Read more »

Posted: April 12, 2016

Client Q&A: I have a legal emergency! What can you do right now?

I have a legal emergency! What can you do right now? By John M. Lundin The wheels of justice can move slowly. Complex commercial cases can take years to resolve, even if the court and the parties do not delay. Sometimes, “justice delayed is justice denied,” and you need a court’s help immediately to prevent… Read more »