Category Archives: Commercial Litigation

Non-Compete Agreements in California: Are They Enforceable?

  What should an employer do if they want to make sure their employees don’t steal their customers from them after they leave?  The obvious answer is to have the employee sign a contract not to compete, also known as a non-compete agreement.  But that raises another question — are non-compete agreements enforceable?   It’s an

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Creditors’ Rights Against a Bankrupt Debtor

Businesses lend money all the time, whether it’s in the form of a straightforward loan, or by selling products or services on credit.  But unfortunately, consumers and business debtors don’t always pay their debts, and many debtors file for bankruptcy.  Once bankruptcy is filed, the Bankruptcy Code imposes an automatic stay, temporarily barring any further

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Class Actions: The Best Legal Tool for Consumer Protection

In the modern world, where a powerful corporation takes advantage of its superior bargaining power, individual consumers may find themselves with few options to protect their rights.  Hiring an attorney can be expensive, and resolving a small commercial dispute generally isn’t worth the cost of litigation.  Nevertheless, when corporations engage in a practice of systematically

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