In California, it is unlawful to engage in deception in the effort to induce another party into entering into a contract. Deceptive acts during the negotiation of a contract could lead to a legal claim known as 'fraudulent inducement'. Put simply, if your company was intentionally misled into signing a contract, you have legal options. To learn more about fraudulent inducement, please contact an experienced California fraud litigation attorney for immediate legal assistance.
A close corporation is generally a mid-sized or small company that has a low number of shareholders. By operating as a close corporation, these companies are able to receive certain exemptions from corporate regulations. However, there are still many protections available for the shareholders of these corporations. If you believe your shareholder rights have been violated, an experienced San Jose business litigation attorney can help.
Everything eventually comes to an end. For a business partnership, that end can come because of a dispute, a retirement, a death or simply because the partners wish to re-form their business as a limited liability corporation. Regardless, business partners need legal representation to ensure that their rights and financial interests are protected throughout the dissolution process. If you are in the process of dissolving a partnership in the Bay Area, please contact an experienced partnership dissolution attorney to learn more about your legal rights and obligations.