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Telos VG Law Identifies the Four Steps of a Lawsuit

07th November 2012
Lawsuits can be very complicated and drawn out affairs, but they aren't always. In fact, many civil lawsuits are ended early in the litigation process by either a voluntary settlement or a decision to move into arbitration or mediation proceedings. Unless... Read >
Author: Nancy Swenson

How To Negotiate Correctly With The Japanese

19th May 2010
Japanese managers prepare for their discussions with Western associates by having intensive discussion exercises. The negotiating style, on the other hand, quite often presents problems to European managers. Therefore, this is a popular topic on sales tra... Read >
Author: Richard Stone

Construction Disputes

13th May 2010
Construction disputes are a common occurrence, often the direct result of miscommunication between a contractor and the client. When the work has not been performed up to the client's standard or request, a failure to pay for services may ensue. In some c... Read >
Author: Joe Cline

What is a Shareholder’s Agreement?

23rd August 2009
A shareholder's agreement, also known as stockholder's agreement, is a supplemental document to the constitutional documents of the company that governs the relationship between the owners of the company. Corporate relationships are usually governed by... Read >
Author: Mesriani Law Group

Process Agent

09th January 2009
Many companies based overseas may be required by the parties with whom they are entering into an agreement to appoint and authorise a process agent to receive court papers (otherwise known as process) in England and Wales in the event of any legal actio... Read >
Author: london-registrars
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