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What is a Bench Trial Versus a Jury Trial?

What is a Bench Trial Versus a Jury Trial?

While most people are familiar with jury trials from what they may have seen on television or in the movies, you might not be aware that a trial can also be held without a jury. A bench trial is tried by a judge only, who is the final decision-maker and determines the...

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Answering Discovery FAQs with Joshua Brinen

Answering Discovery FAQs with Joshua Brinen

https://vimeo.com/761573895 What is Discovery? Discovery is a phase of litigation that happens after the pleading stages. As you may remember, in the pleading stages, a summons and complaint are served after being filed with the court. Then the defendant either...

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Settling Up Your Tab With the IRS

Settling Up Your Tab With the IRS

If you owe the Internal Revenue Service money, the Service will catch up with you sooner or later. The IRS offers a few alternatives if you aren’t able to pay what you owe in full. Taxpayers typically have two options — an offer in compromise or an installment plan....

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What is Discovery in Business Litigation?

What is Discovery in Business Litigation?

Many business disputes must be resolved in litigation and discovery is a critical part of the preparation that occurs before a case reaches the trial phase. Discovery is the formal process by which information is exchanged between the parties in the lawsuit. In...

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What Not to Do When Preparing for Litigation

What Not to Do When Preparing for Litigation

Although there are many things you should do when you’re preparing to litigate a business dispute, there are also a number of things you should not do. Inadvertently saying the wrong thing to the opposing party or making certain decisions can be detrimental to your...

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What Happens if You’re Not SEC Compliant?

What Happens if You’re Not SEC Compliant?

The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) rules and regulations are in place to ensure investors are protected, and markets are fair and efficient. Failure to produce current information can result in a company running afoul of federal securities laws and limit the...

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