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Using Ratification to Establish Corporate Liability

Establishing Liability for An Unauthorized Order In a prior post, we looked at the issue of authority and how it can be used as a basis for a customer to challenge their obligation to pay in a business dispute involving collection of payment for good…

Steps a Supplier Can Take to Protect Itself From an Unauthorized Purchase Defense

Breach of Contract Claims Can Be Complicated By Poor Record Keeping Some of our firm’s longest standing clients are suppliers of building materials who extend credit to contractors, both large and small. As business dispute attorneys, we regularly…

The Impact of Fee Shifting Rules on Settlement in a New Jersey Will Contest

In general, when it comes to litigants’ payment of their attorney’s fees, courts in New Jersey follow the “American Rule.” This post will address the exception that applies to estate lawyers in probate litigation in the case of a will contest…

When a Joint Account Owner Dies, Who Gets the Money in the Joint Account?

The joint titling of accounts can be a complicating factor in the distribution of a deceased person’s assets. As probate lawyers can attest, a dispute can arise as to whether or not a person added to the account is entitled to funds in the account.

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