When is a Claim for Damages too Late?

The short answer is when the claim is filed after the time deadline has expired.  That deadline is known as the statute of limitations.  In many state and federal cases, “too late” often means three years and a day from the date that the claim “arose.”  Simple enough.  But, what appears simple is often more […]

Known Contingent Risks Can Be As Perilous As Unknown Risks

Business equity buy outs are obviously burdened by more potential risks than asset purchases. The keen eye of experienced counsel can help a client peer beneath the muddy surface water, anticipate and plan for the hidden liability dangers inherent in the equity transaction. Yet, sometimes when the danger is not hidden at all but only […]