Insurance Coverage Disputes in Commercial Litigation

Insurance coverage is essential in any business. Smaller businesses, in particular, often start with a Business Owner’s Policy that provides blanket coverage for common occurrences like losses, property damage, and lawsuits.

Depending on the size and type of business you have, you might also carry insurance specifically for things...

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Why Your Business Needs a Buy-Sell Agreement

If you are operating a business that consists of one or more individuals, and you do not have a buy-sell agreement, you may be putting control over your business and its continued operations at stake. Your partners have interests in your common business, and those interests do not necessarily go away...

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Penalties for Breach of a Fiduciary Duty

In the business world, owners and officers are entrusted with incredible powers over the business’s assets. To keep those with the power to bring about great benefit or great harm to a business accountable, the law imposes on them a fiduciary duty. 

This duty requires these individuals to...

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Understanding an Anticipatory Breach of Contract

Contracts are an essential element of running an efficient and profitable business. However, eventually, contractual agreements often lead to issues, disagreements, and even legal action. If you’ve become aware that another party is planning to break their contract, you have an anticipatory breach of contract on your hands. 

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