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January 2017 Archives

Court Rules that Debtors Infringed on Creditors' Rights in San Jose Bankruptcy Case

busness-creditor.jpgRecently, the Northern California Record reported that five different debtors made unlawful modifications to their Chapter 13 bankruptcy debt restructuring plans. More specifically, the debtors failed to give proper notice to the bankruptcy trustee and creditors. Due to this, the creditors lost out on their right to object to the plan. The right to object is a valuable tool for creditors and it must be protected. If you are a California creditor and you have questions about your right to object, please contact an experienced San Jose creditors rights attorney today to discuss your legal options.

California Creditors' Rights: Executing a Judgment

creditor-rights.jpgIn many cases, creditors are forced to go to court to seek a judgment against a debtor. Once you obtain a judgment, the debtor may simply decide to pay you what is owed. If so, that is great. However, this is often not what happens. In fact, getting a legal judgment is often closer to the beginning of the debt collections process than it is to the end of it. There is good news: a judgment gives creditors many powerful legal tools that can be used to seek repayment. Of course, it is important to understand certain basic information regarding executing judgments in California as a creditor.

California Business Formation: Four Issues You Must Address

business-startup.jpgThere a few things that are more exciting than opening your very own company. Not only are there potential financial benefits for you and your family, but you have the potential to create something that will help change your local community for the better. Of course, it also must be noted that starting a new business is a major challenge. Sadly, many business ventures simply do not work out. You need to be prepared for the risks. Fortunately, you can go a long way towards reducing the risks involved with business formation by working with an experienced San Jose business law attorney. Your attorney can help guide you through some of the common traps. To get you started, the following is a list of four things that every prospective business owner must keep in mind.

Dunkin' Donuts Sued for Trademark Infringement

trademark.jpgWith more than 12,000 locations around the globe, Dunkin' Donuts is one of the world's largest restaurant chains. The company recently expanded into California, opening up its first free-standing restaurants in the Bay Area and in Los Angeles. Now, the company is facing a trademark infringement claim. According to reporting from Reuters, the donut and coffee giant was recently sued by Heartland Consumer Products. Heartland makes Splenda, one of the country's most popular artificial sweeteners.