When business deals are made, those involved in the agreement are often excited and may look forward to the accomplishment of business goals and new opportunities. However, things fall apart for many different reasons, including the breach of business contracts. If you are a business owner who is struggling with litigation resulting from allegations that your company is responsible for a contract breach, or if you are considering legal action against another company or partner who failed to abide by the terms of a business agreement, it is pivotal to know exactly which options you have and approach the case properly.
Surviving a car accident is a great relief, especially if you do not suffer any serious injuries. Unfortunately, even though you may not feel any pain after the accident or have visible signs of injury, you may still be in great danger from injuries you don't know about.
We have addressed many different legal challenges that oil and gas companies face, from considerations related to contracts to trespassing and land use. However, there are many other reasons why a business or individual may decide to take an oil and gas company to court. For example, you may find yourself in this position because a worker has decided to pursue legal action, in which case it is especially important to be prepared. Not only could the outcome of this case have an immediate impact on your business from a financial angle, but it could lead to other challenges down the road (such as additional cases brought on by other workers).
In a recent blog post, we looked at some of the factors associated with successful business acquisitions and mergers. Mergers can offer an excellent opportunity for growth and the ability to take your company to heights that have never been reached. However, it is crucial to be prepared and realize that certain challenges may arise. Hopefully, any potential difficulties that arise do not necessitate calling off the merger, and by being prepared and having a solid understanding of what to expect you may be in a better position to capitalize on these opportunities.
Estate planning in Ohio is important for many reasons, and much of that is to protect assets and manage finances. If you are a parent of a minor, estate planning is extremely important in terms of naming a guardian for your child in the event both parents die. Planning for the worst will decrease the stress and worry if something does happen, and you can ensure your child is well taken care of by someone you trust.
When two companies merge in Ohio, opportunities and possibilities may seem limitless, from growth and diversification to eliminating the competition. The team at Baker, Dublikar, Beck, Wiley & Mathews has experience assisting clients with business acquisition and mergers.