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Posted: April 22, 2019

Client Q & A: Three Questions To Ask If Your Business Is Sued For Being Allegedly Inaccessible To Wheelchair Users

Three Questions To Ask If Your Business Is Sued For Being Allegedly Inaccessible To Wheelchair Users By Elizabeth Wolstein The explosion of website accessibility lawsuits under the Americans with Disabilities Act (“ADA”) has been getting a lot of attention. These cases raise interesting legal, practical, and philosophical issues that we hope to address in future... Read more »

Posted: February 12, 2019

Client Q&A: I’m Getting Sued for Breach of Contract. The Defense Costs Are Almost as Bad as the Suit Itself. Can I Force the Plaintiff to Pay My Attorneys’ Fees if I Win?

By Joshua Wurtzel For many businesses, the cost of defending against a lawsuit—even one that has little chance of success—can be harrowing. And defending against a breach of contract claim can be especially expensive—since insurance often doesn’t cover contract claims, contract (unlike fraud) claims don’t require a plaintiff to plead its claim with particularity, and... Read more »

Posted: May 10, 2017

Client Q&A: My Company Acquired Another Company And Now I’ve Found Out That The Seller Lied To Us About Its Business And Finances. What Can We Do?

My Company Acquired Another Company And Now I’ve Found Out That The Seller Lied To Us About Its Business And Finances. What Can We Do? By Niall D. O’Murchadha When one business buys another business or its assets, the buyer sometimes (often) finds out later that the seller told it things that were not true.... Read more »

Posted: April 25, 2017

Client Q&A: My company has been sued for replevin, conversion, promissory estoppel, and constructive trust

My company has been sued for replevin, conversion, promissory estoppel, and constructive trust. What do these words even mean?! By Vitali S. Rosenfeld Misappropriation of assets takes many forms and invites all kinds of claims seeking various legal remedies. Very often, many alternative claims are asserted for the same alleged wrong. For instance, it is... Read more »

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 »