How Can Mediation Help Resolve Your New York Business Law Dispute?

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When a business and another party disagree, the result could be litigation. But not every dispute has to wind up in court. And even if a lawsuit has been filed, there are alternatives to conducting a trial. One of those is mediation. If your business is having trouble with another business or individual, it’s time […]

How Can You Defend Your Business Against a Breach of Contract Lawsuit?

Breach of Contract Lawsuit

Being the target of litigation is potentially disruptive to your business. If you have been accused of breaching a contract, the outcome could be financially devastating. You may be faced with significant damages, lost productivity, and a hit to your company’s reputation. But just because a plaintiff files a breach of contract lawsuit doesn’t mean […]

Alternatives to Litigation After a Breach of Contract

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When one party to a contract breaches it, the other party’s immediate impulse is to file a lawsuit. But this can be an imprudent response. A breach of contract lawsuit can easily increase animosity and make it impossible to amicably resolve the matter. It also may not be necessary, efficient, or financially wise, depending on […]

Remote and Hybrid Work Legal Issues For New York Employers

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Health concerns over the COVID-19 pandemic have lessened during the last few months. This has re-introduced the topic of conversation pertaining to remote and hybrid work versus requiring employees to be in the office. While employers have asked their workers to return to the office, fully remote work remains an option for many employees. In […]

Litigation Alternatives In New York

Litigation Alternatives

As a business owner, one of the last words you want to hear is “lawsuit.” But at some point during the existence of your company, there’s a good chance it will be involved in litigation. Whether you are suing someone else or being sued, it’s important to know the basics of New York business litigation. […]

It’s Over! – Or Is It? And Now What? – Business Disputes in Privately Held-Businesses

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The experienced business litigation attorneys at Rosenbaum & Taylor, P.C. represent all types of businesses, including privately held corporations, limited liability companies, partnerships and limited liability partnerships, and their owners, members and partners. They represent them in internal, and external business disputes, and in actions seeking to change the ownership, or management structure of the […]

Negotiate, Mediate, Arbitrate or Litigate?

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Only the most fortunate (or perhaps, the most passive?) business owners never get involved in any kind of business dispute. Business disagreements, of all types, are often an inevitable part of running a company, no matter whether the company is a large corporation, mid-sized business, small business, family business, or sole proprietorship. These business disputes […]

Factors That Might Increase The Risk Of Business Litigation

Business Litigation Risk

Not all companies are prepared or equipped to handle the threat of business litigation. Two companies may have a perfect working relationship for years, and then something suddenly goes wrong. Disputes that seemed unthinkable or highly unlikely can pop up out of nowhere. This leaves companies scrambling to defend themselves. And businesses without a law […]

Lawsuit Against Amazon Over Coronavirus Safety Dismissed In New York

Coronavirus Lawsuit Against Amazon Dismissed

A federal judge in New York has dismissed a lawsuit against Amazon over an alleged lack of protections from coronavirus. The lawsuit concerns employees at one of Amazon’s facilities located in Staten Island. The judge said the issues in the suit should be raised with the Labor Department’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration. The lawsuit […]

Lawsuit Could Reveal Which Businesses Abused PPP Funds

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The Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) was a popular government response to the coronavirus this past spring. But the money quickly ran out, and then the accusations started flying. Companies were found to have abused PPP funds.  Big businesses were said to have applied for funds that should have been sent to small businesses. Banks were […]

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