Phone: 701-478-7620Toll Free: 855-478-7620
We Accept:

» Business Law

What Business Owners Need to Know About the Proposed PRO Act

In March 2021, the U.S. House of Representatives passed the Protecting the Right to Organize Act, also known as the PRO Act. The new legislation would provide additional protection for workers trying to organize. However, the bill is unlikely to find… [Read More...]

How to Protect Your Business from Divorce

If you’re an entrepreneur, you worked hard to establish your business and you’re probably very protective of it. Rightfully so—you invested your time and money into seeing your business succeed. Unless you built your business with your spouse,… [Read More...]

Prevent Business Failure for Your New Startup

Starting a new business is exciting. You have the chance to be your own boss, do what you love, and create a sense of stability for your future. But without proper planning, your new venture might suffer small business failure. According to Forbes.co… [Read More...]

Shareholder, Member, and Partnership Disputes

Different kinds of businesses have different names for ownership.  In a corporation, you have shareholders; in a limited liability company, you have members; and, in a partnership, you have partners.  For purposes of this article, however, we will… [Read More...]

An Overview of Business Torts

Competition is a normal part of business, and markets thrive on it. But what happens when competition goes too far and a line is crossed? If one business interferes with another business’s contracts or business relationships, they may violate laws… [Read More...]

Mergers & Acquisitions: Basics for Small Business

Mergers and acquisitions (M&A) is a general legal term that refers to the sale and purchase of a business or the consolidation of two businesses. A common misconception is that mergers and acquisitions apply only to large, multinational corporati… [Read More...]

Understanding Breach of Contract Claims

Elements Necessary to Prove a Breach of Contract Breach of contract occurs when one party to a valid contract breaks its promise to the other party or parties. Most contracts end when both parties have fulfilled their obligations. But sometimes one p… [Read More...]

When to Hire a Business Litigation Attorney

No one wants to think about the possibility that your business will need a lawyer, but in all likelihood, at some point in the life of your business you will need to engage the services of a business litigation attorney. It might be because your busi… [Read More...]

Non-compete Agreements: What They Are, How They Help, and What to Do If One Has Been Violated

In today’s competitive market, business owners seek every advantage to stay ahead of their competition. A non-compete agreement can be an effective way to maintain valuable trade secrets, marketing plans, and client lists to preserve your competiti… [Read More...]

Your Business Was Sued - Now What?

It’s a letter that no business owner wants to open - the one from the Clerk of Courts advising you that your business is the defendant in a lawsuit.  What should you do if your business has been sued?  [Read More...]
closeClose