Primary Reasons To Retain An Experienced Construction Surety Lawyer

Posted on: 12 January 2021

As a construction company owner, you take on a number of legal liabilities every time you start a project. You need to lower the risk that you could be sued or found criminally or financially negligent. You must identify and mitigate these risks before you start your work. To safeguard you, your company and its employees, you can hire legal representation to advise you during the project. You can benefit by putting an experienced construction surety lawyer on retainer for your business. [Read More]

3 Legal Challenges That a Customs Lawyer Can Help You Overcome

Posted on: 28 September 2020

As a businessman, there is nothing more thrilling than shifting your operations from the local to the international front. If you have started exporting or importing goods for business, you have probably encountered your fair share of challenges in the process.  Sometimes, you will do business in a certain territory and later discover that their laws are completely different from yours. If you do not handle these challenges properly, they could seriously affect your business or compromise the profit margins that you were aiming for when you went global. [Read More]

Two Things To Watch Out For In Your Severance Package Agreement

Posted on: 21 September 2020

In these turbulent times, many people are losing their jobs. Instead of just sending you off with a final paycheck, your company may offer you a severance package. Before accept it, have an employment attorney look over the severance contract for these two clauses to ensure they are fair to you. Non-Compete Clauses Depending on the industry you're in, your employer may include a non-compete clause that prohibits you from doing something that causes you to be in direct competition with the company. [Read More]