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Employment law

Employment law encompasses all aspects of interactions in the workplace, including hiring, termination, employment agreements, non-compete clauses, medical leave, maternity leave, and severance agreements. Any of these matters may wind up in heated litigation, making it important for employers and employees to seek advice. Whether a business hires 1 employee or 100, there are a vast set of laws that employers need to comply with to avoid penalties and employment-related litigation.

Contract, termination, work accident

Company law

Business disputes are inevitable and if not artfully navigated can result in financial loss, strained business relationships, adverse publicity and distraction from true business goals. To avoid these, effective representation is a must in day-to-day operations, contracts, agreements, business formation, establishing a presence, partner/shareholder disputes, contract disputes, business torts, and commercial real estate deals.

Company registration, company amendment, mergers, divisions, winding up, liquidation, bankruptcy.

Enforcement law

A judgment is a determination by a court of the rights and liabilities of the parties to a lawsuit, such as the amount of money one party owes to the other. A judgment is enforceable, meaning that it allows the party receiving the judgment in its favor to take action and enforce it against the other party. A judgement could be sought, for instance for payment of money, to perform a specific action or to refrain from a specific act. Creditors need assertive representation in matters of judgment enforcement and recovery, while there may be occasions where a judgment can be challenged successfully by a judgment debtor.

Debt collection, suspension of enforcement.