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Five Questions to Ask about Company Liquidation in China

15th March 2010
Know the liability of shareholders or directors in case of non-performance of liquidation liability. In the past, company liquidation in China was often a chaotic series of events. There have been frequent reports of bad faith on the part of investors ...
Author: Erex Chen
Business Law

How to Deal with Breach of Partnership Agreements

10th August 2009
Not all business partnerships pan out the way the partners (owners) hoped it would. Partnerships are actually a lot like marriage and sometimes marriages just do not work out.Naturally, there are conflicts and disputes that arise that have to be dealt wit...
Author: Mesriani Law Group

Breach of Partnership and Its Legal Consequences

05th August 2009
Sometimes a dispute between two business partners can happen especially when one of them has violated a certain agreement. In this situation, a business should be dissolved to expel a partner, unless that the terms and conditions in expulsion is included ...
Author: Mesriani Law Group

Trademark Infringement: The Basics

25th May 2007
A trademark is an identifier-a "word, name, symbol, device," or some combination thereof-that informs consumers of the source of particular goods, distinguishing one merchant's goods from those manufactured or sold by another. 15 U.S.C. Section 1127. It m...
Author: Author Unknown

Suppression Motions

08th June 2006
Suppression Motions Suppression motions are a valuable tool in a DUI case because when evidence can be excluded, the prosecutor's case is weakened. Suppression follows the rule of law that evidence secured by illegal means and in bad faith cannot be in...
Author: Darren Kavinoky